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Dicionário Assírio - Volume XV - S

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THE ASSYRIAN DICTIONARY
OF THE ORIENTAL INSTITUTE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
EDITORIAL BOARD JOHN

A.

BRINKMAN, MIGUEL CIVIL, IGNACE

J.

GELB,

A.

LEO OPPENHEIM

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ERICA REINER

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1984
PUBLISHED BY THE ORIENTAL INSTITUTE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, U.S.A.

AND J.J. AUGUSTIN VERLAGSBUCHHANDLUNG, GLUCKSTADT, GERMANY

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THE ORIENTAL INSTITUTE, CHICAGO COPYRIGHT 1984 BY THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Second Printing 2000

The preparation of this volume of the Assyrian Dictionary was made possible in part by a grant from the Program for Research Tools and Reference Works of the National Endowment for the Humanities, an independent Federal agency.

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BOOK NUMBER: 0-918986-40-0 (SET: 0-918986-05-2) LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOG CARD NUMBER: 56-58292

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA at CHICAGO PRESS CORPORATION

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THE ASSYRIAN DICTIONARY VOLUME 15

S
ERICA REINER, EDITOR-IN-CHARGE ROBERT D. BIGGS, ASSOCIATE EDITOR WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF RICHARD I. CAPLICE AND MICHAEL B. ROWTON MANUSCRIPT EDITORS PETER T. DANIELS JULIE ROBINSON

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Foreword
The preparation of this volume was begun along with that of the other sibilants S and Z in the late 1950's, and portions of the manuscript were written by Michael B. Rowton. The publication schedule was changed in 1960, and the manuscript of S was taken up again in 1979 when Richard I. Caplice, S. J. (Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome), a long-time collaborator on the CAD, returned to Chicago and undertook its completion. Thanks are again due to several colleagues abroad for their help in the preparation of this volume: to Professor W. G. Lambert (University of Birmingham), who read the manuscript and made suggestions and corrections and contributed unpublished material; and to Professors Klaas R. Veenhof (University of Leiden) and Simo Parpola (University of Helsinki) for reading proofs and contributing important Old Assyrian and Neo-Assyrian material respectively. We have moreover profited from the comments of Professor Rykle Borger (University of Gottingen), who during a stay in Chicago in September 1979 read parts of the manuscript. For help with the checking of references, thanks are due to Gertrud Farber and Francesca Rochberg-Halton, and for collating the manuscript and contributing lastminute entries, to Maureen L. Gallery. Words written with initial ZA, zi, or zu signs and known or assumed to be Hurrian are listed in this volume, although the initial sibilant may be other than the voiceless sibilant s, for instance a Hurrian zor 5. Chicago, Illinois February, 1981 ERICA REINER

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Provisional List of Bibliographical Abbreviations
The following compilation brings up to date the list of abbreviations given in volumes A Parts 1 and 2, B, D, E, G, 1, I/J, K, L, M, N, Q, S, and Z and includes the titles previously cited according to the lists of abbreviations in Archiv fur Orientforschung, W. von Soden, GrundriB der akkadischen Grammatik, and Zeitschrift fur Assyriologie. Complete bibliographical references will be given in a later volume. The list also includes the titles of the lexical series as prepared for publication by B. Landsberger, or under his supervision, or in collaboration with him.

A

lexical series a A = ndqu, pub. Civil, MSL 14 A tablets in the collections of the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago lexical text, see MSL 13 10ff. A-tablet AAA Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology Annales Archeologiques Arabes AAAS Syriennes Annales Academiae Scientiarum AASF Fennicae The Annual of the American Schools AASOR of Oriental Research AB Assyriologische Bibliothek Abhandlungen der Bayerischen ABAW Akademie der Wissenschaften AbB Altbabylonische Briefe in Umschrift und Ubersetzung Abel-Winckler L. Abel and H. Winckler, Keilschrifttexte zum Gebrauch bei Vorlesungen Altbabylonische A. al-Zeebari, ABIM Briefe des Iraq-Museums ABL R. F. Harper, Assyrian and Babylonian Letters ABoT Ankara Arkeoloji Miizesinde . . . Bogazkoy Tabletleri AbS-T field numbers of Pre-Sar. tablets excavated at Tell Abu Salabikh ACh C. Virolleaud, L'Astrologie chald6enne Acta Orientalia Acta Or. Actes du 8 e Congres International Actes du 8 e des Orientalistes, Section SemiCongres International tique (B) ADD C. H. W. Johns, Assyrian Deeds and Documents Archiv fiir Keilschriftforschung AfK Archiv fiir Orientforschung AfO Archiv fur Geschichte der Medizin AGM Archives d'histoire du droit oriental AHDO AHw. W. von Soden, Akkadisches Handw6rterbuch

Ai. AIPHOS

Aistleitner Worterbuch AJA AJSL

= ana lexical series ki.KI.KAL.bi. ittisu, pub. Landsberger, MSL 1 Annuaire de l'nstitut de Philologie et d'Histoire Orientales et Slaves (Brussels) J. Aistleitner. Worterbuch der ugaritischen Sprache

e

American Journal of Archaeology American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures AKA E. A. W. Budge and L. W. King, The Annals of the Kings of Assyria Ali Sumerian F. A. Ali, Sumerian Letters: Two Letters Collections from the Old Babylonian Schools Alp Beamten- S. Alp, Untersuchungen zu den Beamtennamen im hethitischen namen Festzeremoniell Altmann, ed., A. Altmann, ed., Biblical and Other Biblical and Studies (= Philip W. Lown InOther Studies stitute of Advanced Judaic Studies, Brandeis University, Studies and Texts: Vol. 1) AMI Archaologische Mitteilungen aus Iran AMSUH Abhandlungen aus dem mathematischen Seminar der Universitat Hamburg AMT R. C. Thompson, Assyrian Medical Texts ... An lexical series An = Anum An = Anum §a list of gods ameli Anatolian Anatolian Studies Presented to Hans Gustav Giiterbock Studies Gilterbock Analecta Biblica AnBi Andrae W. Andrae, Die Festungswerke von Assur (= WVDOG 23) Festungswerke Andrae W. Andrae, Die Stelenreihen in Assur (= WVDOG 24) Stelenreihen

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ANES Angim
Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University epic Angim dimma, cited from MS. of A. Falkenstein (line nos. in parentheses according to Cooper Angim) Analecta Orientalia Anatolian Studies lexical series antagal = saqu, pub. Roth, MSL 17 tablets in the collections of the Musee du Louvre Alter Orient und Altes Testament Osterreichischen der Anzeiger Akademie der Wissenschaften Altorientalische Bibliothek Altorientalische Forschungen American Oriental Series Altorientalische Texte und Untersuchungen Abhandlungen der PreuBischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Tiirk Tarih, Arkeologya ve Ethnografya Dergisi Archives royales de Mari (1-10 = TCL 22-31; 14, 18, 19 = Textes cuneiformes de Mari 1-3) Archives royales de Mari (texts in transliteration and translation) J. Aro, Glossar zu den mittelbabylonischen Briefen (= StOr 22) J. Aro, Studien zur mittelbabylonischen Grammatik (= StOr 20) J. Aro, Die akkadischen Infinitivkonstruktionen (= StOr 26) J. Aro, Mittelbabylonische Kleidertexte der Hilprecht-Sammlung Jena (= BSAW 115/2) Archiv Orientalni J. Kohler and A. Ungnad, Assyrische Rechtsurkunden Assyriological Studies (Chicago) Abhandlungen der Sachsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Abhandlungen der Sachsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften P. Haupt, Akkadische und sumerische Keilschrifttexte .. . Acta Societatis Scientiarum Fennicae field numbers of tablets excavated at Assur J. Augapfel, Babylonische Rechtsurkunden aus der Regierungszeit Artaxerxes I. und Darius II. J.-M. Aynard, Le Prisme du Louvre AO 19.939 Beitrage zur Assyriologie . . . Babyloniaca Baghdader Mitteilungen Balkan Kassit. K. Balkan, Kassitenstudien (= AOS 37) Stud. Balkan Letter K. Balkan, Letter of King AnumHirbi of Mama to King Warshama of Kanish K. Balkan, Observations on the Balkan Chronological Problems of the Observations Karum Kanis K. Balkan, Eine SchenkungsurBalkan kunde aus der althethitischen SchenkungsZeit, gefunden in Inandik 1966 urkunde G. A. Barton, Haverford Library Barton Collection of Cuneiform Tablets or Haverford Documents from the Temple Archives of Telloh G. A. Barton, Miscellaneous BabyBarton MBI lonian Inscriptions G. A. Barton, The Royal InscripBarton RISA tions of Sumer and Akkad Bulletin of the American Schools BASOR of Oriental Research T. Bauer, Das Inschriftenwerk AsBauer Asb. surbanipals J. Bauer, Altsumerische WirtBauer schaftstexte aus Lagasch (= StuLagasch dia Pohl 9) Hebraische Wortforschung, FestBaumgartner schrift zum 80. Geburtstag von AV VT (= Baumgartner Walter Supp. 16) Berliner Beitrage zur KeilschriftBBK forschung H. Zimmern, Beitrage zur Kenntnis BBR der babylonischen Religion L. W. King, Babylonian Boundary BBSt. Stones Babylonian Expedition of the UniBE versity of Pennsylvania, Series A: Cuneiform Texts Tirk Tarih Kurumu, Belleten Belleten E. Bergmann, Lugale (in MS.) Bergmann Lugale C. Bezold, Catalogue of the CuneiBezold Cat. form Tablets in the Kouyunjik Collection of the British Museum L. W. King, Catalogue of the Bezold Cat. Cuneiform Tablets of the British Supp. Museum. Supplement Bezold Glossar C. Bezold, Babylonisch-assyrisches Glossar S. Smith, Babylonian Historical BHT Texts The Biblical Archaeologist BiAr Biblica Bib. Biggs Al-Hiba R. D. Biggs, Inscriptions from AlHiba-Lagash: The First and Second Seasons R. D. Biggs, SA.ZI.GA: Ancient Biggs Saziga Mesopotamian Potency Incantations (= TCS 2)

AnOr AnSt Antagal AO AOAT AOAW AOB AoF AOS AOTU APAW Arkeologya Dergisi ARM ARMT Aro Glossar Aro Gramm. Aro Infinitiv Aro Kleidertexte ArOr ARU AS ASAW ASGW ASKT ASSF Assur Augapfel Aynard Asb. BA Bab. Bagh. Mitt.

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Bilgi9 Appellativa der
la.nrn T JIpp. L
eAu
-v+"

E. Bilgi9, Die einheimischenAppellativa der kappadokischen Texte
. . .

Bibliotheca Mesopotamica Babylonian Inscriptions in the Collection of J. B. Nies BiOr Bibliotheca Orientalis Birot TabletM. Birot, Tablettes economiques et tes administratives d'6poque babylonienne ancienne conserv6es au Musee d'Art et d'Histoire de Geneve BM tablets in the collections of the British Museum BMAH Bulletin des Musees Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire BMFA Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts BMMA Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art BMQ The British Museum Quarterly BMS L. W. King, Babylonian Magic and Sorcery Bo. field numbers of tablets excavated at Boghazkeui Bohl ChresF. M. T. Bohl, Akkadian Chrestomathy tomathy Bohl Leiden F. M. T. Bohl, Mededeelingen uit Coll. de Leidsche Verzameling van Spijkerschrift-Inscripties Boissier Choix A. Boissier, Choix de textes relatifs a la divination assyro-babylonienne Boissier DA A. Boissier, Documents assyriens relatifs aux presages Bollenriicher J. Bollenrticher, Gebete und HymNergal nen an Nergal (= LSS 1/6) Babylonian and Oriental Record BOR R. Borger, Einleitung in die assyriBorger Einleitung schen Konigsinschriften Borger Esarh. R. Borger, Die Inschriften Asarhaddons, Konigs von Assyrien (= AfO Beiheft 9) R. Borger, Handbuch der KeilBorger HKL schriftliteratur Borger R. Borger, Assyrisch-babylonische Zeichenliste Zeichenliste (= AOAT 33/33A) G. Boson, Tavolette cuneiformi Boson Tavolette sumere ... Boghazkoi-Studien BoSt Die Boghazkoi-Texte in Umschrift BoTU .. (= WVDOG 41-42) Boudou Liste A. Boudou, Liste de noms geographiques (= Or. 36-38) Boyer Contri- G. Boyer, Contribution a l'histoire juridique de la 1re dynastie bution babylonienne von Branden- C. G. von Brandenstein, Hethitistein Heth. sche Gotter nach BildbeschreiGtter bungen in Keilschrifttexten (= MVAG 46/2) BiMes BIN

Brinkman MSKH Brinkman PKB BRM Brockelmann Lex. Syr. 2 BSAW BSGW BSL BSOAS Bu. CAD

Cagni Erra Camb. Cassin Anthroponymie CBM

CBS

CCT CH Chantre

Charpin Archives Familiales Chiera STA

J. A. Brinkman, Materials and Studies for Kassite History J. A. Brinkman, A Political History of Post-Kassite Babylonia, 1158-722 B.C. (= AnOr 43) Babylonian Records in the Library of J. Pierpont Morgan C. Brockelmann, Lexicon syriacum, 2nd ed. Berichte der Sachsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Berichte der Sachsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften Bulletin de la Societe de Linguistique de Paris Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies tablets in the collections of the British Museum The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago L. Cagni, L'epopea di Erra J. N. Strassmaier, Inschriften von Cambyses E. Cassin, Anthroponymie et Anthropologie de Nuzi tablets in the collections of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (= CBS) tablets in the collections of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Cuneiform Texts from Cappadocian Tablets R. F. Harper, The Code of Hammurabi ... E. Chantre, Recherches archeologiques dans l'Asie occidentale. Mission en Cappadoce 1893-94 D. Charpin, Archives familiales et proprie6t privee . . . Tell Sifr

E. Chiera, Selected Temple Accounts from Telloh, Yokha and Drehem. Cuneiform Tablets in the Library of Princeton University Christian Festschrift fur Prof. Dr. Viktor Festschrift Christian Qig-Kizilyay M. (ig and H. Kizilyay, NeusumeriNRVN sche Rechts- und Verwaltungsurkunden aus Nippur (ig-KizilyayM. Qig, H. Kizilyay (Bozkurt), Kraus Nippur F. R. Kraus, Altbabylonische Rechtsurkunden aus Nippur (ig-KizilyayM. Qig, H. Kizilyay, A. Salonen, Salonen Die Puzrig-Dagan-Texte (= AASF Puzrig-Dagan- B 92) Texte

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A. T. Clay, Personal Names from Cuneiform Inscriptions of the Cassite Period (= YOR 1) Cocquerillat D. Cocquerillat, Palmeraies et culPalmeraies tures de l'Eanna d'Uruk (559-520) Coll. de Clercq H. F. X. de Clercq, Collection de Clercq. Catalogue... Combe Sin E. Combe, Histoire du culte de Sin en Babylonie et en Assyrie Contenau G. Contenau, Contribution A Contribution l'histoire 6conomique d'Umma G. Contenau, Umma sous la Contenau Umma Dynastie d'Ur Cooper Angim J. Cooper, The Return of Ninurta to Nippur (= AnOr 52) Copenhagen tablets in the collections of the National Museum, Copenhagen Corpus of E. Porada, Corpus of Ancient Near Ancient Near Eastern Seals in North American Eastern Collections Seals Acad6mie des Inscriptions et Belles CRAI Lettres. Comptes rendus Craig AAT J. A. Craig, Astrological-Astronomical Texts Craig ABRT J. A. Craig, Assyrian and Babylonian Religious Texts Cros Tello G. Cros, Mission fran9aise de Chald6e. Nouvelles fouilles de Tello CRRA Compte rendu, Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale CT Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets CTN Cuneiform Texts from Nimrud Cyr. J. N. Strassmaier, Inschriften von Cyrus DAFI Cahiers de la Delegation Archeologique Frangaise en Iran Dalley S. Dalley, A catalogue of the AkEdinburgh kadian cuneiform tablets in the collections of the Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh Dalman G. H. Dalman, . .. Aramaisch-neuAram. Wb. hebraisches Worterbuch zu Targum, Talmud und Midrasch Dar. J. N. Strassmaier, Inschriften von Darius David AV J. A. Ankum, R. Feenstra, W. F. Leemans, eds., Symbolae iuridicae et historicae Martino David dedicatae. Tomus alter: Iura Orientis antiqui Deimel Fara A. Deimel, Die Inschriften von Fara Clay PN Delaporte Catalogue Louvre Delitzsch AL 3

L. J. Delaporte, Catalogue des
cylindres ... Mus6e de Louvre

(= WVDOG 40, 43, 45)
Delaporte Catalogue Bibliotheque Nationale L. J. Delaporte, Catalogue des cylindres orientaux ... de la Bibliotheque Nationale

F. Delitzsch, Assyrische Lesestiicke, 3rd ed. Delitzsch F. Delitzsch, Assyrisches HandHWB worterbuch Dietrich M. Dietrich, Die Aramaer SiidAramaer babyloniens in der Sargonidenzeit (= AOAT 7) van Dijk J. van Dijk, Sumerische GotterGotterlieder lieder van Dijk J. van Dijk, La Sagesse Sum6roLa Sagesse Accadienne Diri lexical series diri DIR siaku (w) atru Divination J. Nougayrol, ed., La divination en M6sopotamie ancienne et dans les r6gions voisines DLZ Deutsche Literaturzeitung DP M. Allotte de la Fuye, Documents presargoniques A. L. Oppenheim, The InterDream-book pretation of Dreams in the Ancient Near East (= Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 46/3) van Driel Cult G. van Driel, The Cult of A9ur of A§§ur D.T. tablets in the collections of the British Museum Ea lexical series ea A = ndqu, pub. Civil, MSL 14 EA J. A. Knudtzon, Die El-AmarnaTafeln (= VAB 2); EA 359-79: Rainey EA Eames Coll. A. L. Oppenheim, Catalogue of the Cuneiform Tablets of the Wilberforce Eames Babylonian Collection in the New York Public Library (= AOS 32) Eames Coltablets in the Wilberforce Eames lection Babylonian Collection in the New York Public Library Ebeling E. Ebeling, Glossar zu den neuGlossar babylonischen Briefen (= SBAW 1953/1) Ebeling E. Ebeling, Die akkadische GeHandbetsserie "Handerhebung" (= erhebung VIo 20) Ebeling KMI E. Ebeling, Keilschrifttexte medizinischen Inhalts Ebeling E. Ebeling, Neubabylonische Briefe Neubab. (= ABAW NF 30) Briefe Ebeling E. Ebeling, Neubabylonische Briefe Neubab. aus Uruk Briefe aus Uruk

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Ebeling Parftimrez. Ebeling Stiftungen E. Ebeling, Parfiimrezepte und kultische Texte aus Assur (also pub. in Or. NS 17-19) E. Ebeling, Stiftungen und Vorschriften fir assyrische Tempel Falkenstein Gotterlieder Falkenstein Grammatik A. Falkenstein, Sumerische Gotterlieder A. Falkenstein, Grammatik der Sprache Gudeas von Lagas (= AnOr 28and 29) Falkenstein A. Falkenstein, Die Haupttypen Haupttypen der sumerischen Beschworung (= LSS NF 1) Falkenstein A. Falkenstein, Topographie von Topographie Uruk Farber I tar W. Farber, Beschworungsrituale und Dumuzi an Istar und Dumuzi Festschrift Festschrift fur Wilhelm Eilers: Ein Eilers Dokument der internationalen Forschung FF Forschungen und Fortschritte Figulla Cat. H. H. Figulla, Catalogue of the Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum Finet A. Finet, L'Accadien des lettres de L'Accadien Mari Finkelstein Essays on the Ancient Near East Mem. Vol. in Memory of Jacob Joel Finkelstein Fish Catalogue T. Fish, Catalogue of Sumerian Tablets in the John Rylands Library Fish Letters T. Fish, Letters of the First Babylonian Dynasty in the John Rylands Library, Manchester FLP tablets in the collections of the Free Library of Philadelphia Frankel S. Frankel, Die aramaischen Fremdw. Fremdworter im Arabischen Frankena R. Frankena, Takultu, De sacrale Takultu Maaltijd in het assyrische Ritueel Freydank H. Freydank, Spatbabylonische WirtschaftsWirtschaftstexte aus Uruk texte Friedrich R. von Kienle, ed., Festschrift Festschrift Johannes Friedrich ... Friedrich J. Friedrich, Die hethitischen GeGesetze setze (= Documenta et monumenta orientis antiqui 7) Friedrich J. Friedrich, Hethitisches WorterHeth. Wb. buch... Friedrich J. Friedrich, Staatsvertrage des StaatsverHatti-Reiches in hethitischer trage Sprache ( MVAG 34/1) FuB Forschungen und Berichte Gadd Early C. J. Gadd, The Early Dynasties of Dynasties Sumer and Akkad Gadd Ideas C. J. Gadd, Ideas of Divine Rule in the Ancient East C. J. Gadd, Teachers and Students Gadd Teachers in the Oldest Schools Gandert A. von Miller, ed., Gandert FestFestschrift schrift (= Berliner Beitrage zur Vor- und Frihgeschichte 2)

(= VIO 23)
Ebeling E. Ebeling, Bruchstiicke einer Wagenpferde mittelassyrischen Vorschriftensammlung fiir die Akklimatisierung und Trainierung von Wagenpferden (= VIO 7) Edel E. Edel, Agyptische Arzte und agyptische Medizin am hethitiAgyptische Arzte schen Konigshof Edzard Tell D. O. Edzard, Altbabylonische ed-Der Rechts- und Wirtschaftsurkunden aus Tell ed-Der (= ABAW NF 72) D. O. Edzard, Die "Zweite ZwiEdzard schenzeit" Babyloniens Zwischenzeit Eilers W. Eilers, Iranische Beamtennamen in der keilschriftlichen Beamtennamen Uberlieferung (= Abhandlungen fir die Kunde des Morgenlandes

25/5)
Eilers W. Eilers, Gesellschaftsformen im Gesellschafts- altbabylonischen Recht formen Emesal Voc. lexical series dimmer = dingir = ilu, pub. Landsberger, MSL 4 3-44 Enuma elis En. el. Erimhus lexical series erimhus = anantu, pub. Cavigneaux, MSL 17 Erimhu Bogh. Boghazkeui version of Erimhus, pub. Giterbock, MSL 17 see Goetze LE Eshnunna Code Evetts App. B. T. A. Evetts, Inscriptions of... Evil-Merodach... Appendix Evetts Ev.-M. B. T. A. Evetts, Inscriptions of ... Evil-Merodach Evetts Lab. B. T. A. Evetts, Inscriptions of ... Laborosoarchod Evetts Ner. B. T. A. Evetts, Inscriptions of ... Neriglissar Explicit Malku Synonym list malku = arru, explicit version (Tablets I-II pub. A. D. Kilmer, JAOS 83 421ff.) Fales CensiF. M. Fales, Censimenti e catasti menti di epoca neo-assira Falkenstein A. Falkenstein, Archaische Texte ATU aus Uruk Falkenstein A. Falkenstein, Das Sumerische Das Sume(= Handbuch der Orientalistik, rische Erste Abteilung, Zweiter Band, Erster und Zweiter Abschnitt, Lieferung I) Falkenstein A. Falkenstein, Die neusumerischen GerichtsGerichtsurkunden (= ABAW NF urkunden 39, 40, 44)

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Garelli Gilg. P. Garelli, Gilgame§ et sa legende. Etudes recueillies par Paul Garelli a l'occasion de la VIPI Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale (Paris, 1958) Garelli Les P. Garelli, Les Assyriens en CapAssyriens padoce Gaster AV Occident and Orient (Studies in Honour of M. Gaster) Gautier J. E. Gautier, Archives d'une Dilbat famille de Dilbat ... GCCI R. P. Dougherty, Goucher College Cuneiform Inscriptions Gelb OAIC I. J. Gelb, Old Akkadian Inscriptions in Chicago Natural History Museum Genouillac H. de Genouillac, Premieres reKich cherches archeologiques A Kich Genouillac H. de Genouillac, La trouvaille de Trouvaille Drehem Genouillac H. de Genouillac, Tablettes sum6TSA riennes archaiques ... Gesenius 17 W. Gesenius, Hebraisches und aramaisches Handworterbuch, 17th ed. GGA G6ttingische Gelehrte Anzeigen Gibson-Biggs M. Gibson and R. D. Biggs, eds., Seals Seals and Sealing in the Ancient Near East Gilg. Gilgame§ epic, cited from Thompson Gilg. (M. = Meissner Fragment, OB Version of Tablet X, P. = Pennsylvania Tablet, OB Version of Tablet II, Y. = Yale Tablet, OB Version of Tablet III) Gilg. O. I. OB Gilg. fragment from Ishchali pub. by T. Bauer, JNES 16 254 ff. Goetze A. Goetze, Hattusilis. Der Bericht Hattugilig iiber seine Thronbesteigung nebst den Paralleltexten (= MVAG 29/3) Goetze A. Goetze, Kizzuwatna and the Kizzuwatna Problem of Hittite Geography (= YOR 22) Goetze LE A. Goetze, The Laws of Eshnunna (= AASOR 31) Goetze Neue A. Goetze, Neue Bruchstiicke Bruchstiicke zum groflen Text des Hattusilis (= Paralleltexten und den MVAG 34/2) V. S. Golenischeff, Vingt-quatre Golenischeff tablettes cappadociennes ... Orient and Occident: Essays PreGordon AV sented to Cyrus H. Gordon ... (= AOAT 22) Gordon C. H. Gordon, Ugaritic Handbook Handbook (= AnOr 25) Gordon Smith C. H. Gordon, Smith College College Tablets ... (= Smith College Studies in History, Vol. 38) Gordon Sumerian Proverbs Gossmann Era Grant Bus. Doc. Grant Smith College Gray Sama Grayson ARI Grayson BHLT Grayson Chronicles Greengus Guest Notes on Plants Guest Notes on Trees Giterbock Siegel Hallo Royal Titles Hartmann Musik Haupt Nimrodepos Haverford Symposium Hecker Giessen Hecker Grammatik Heimpel Tierbilder Herzfeld API Hewett Anniversary Vol. Hg. HG Hh. E. I. Gordon, Sumerian Proverbs

F. Gossmann, Das Era-Epos E. Grant, Babylonian Business Documents of the Classical Period E. Grant, Cuneiform Documents in the Smith College Library C. D. Gray, The Samas Religious Texts ... A. K. Grayson, Assyrian Royal Inscriptions A. K. Grayson, Babylonian Historical-Literary Texts (= TSTS 3) A. K. Grayson, Assyrian and Babylonian Chronicles (= TCS 5) S. Greengus, Old Babylonian Tablets from Ishchali and Vicinity E. Guest, Notes on Plants and Plant Products with their Colloquial Names in 'Iraq E. Guest, Notes on Trees and Shrubs for Lower Iraq H. G. Giiterbock, Siegel aus Bogazkoy (= AfO Beiheft 5 and 7) W. W. Hallo, Early Mesopotamian Royal Titles (= AOS 43) H. Hartmann, Die Musik der sumerischen Kultur P. Haupt, Das babylonische Nimrodepos E. Grant, ed., The Haverford Symposium on Archaeology and the Bible K. Hecker, Die Keilschrifttexte der Universitatsbibliothek Giessen K. Hecker, Grammatik der Kiiltepe-Texte (= AnOr 44) W. Heimpel, Tierbilder in der sumerischen Literatur (= Studia Pohl 2) E. Herzfeld, Altpersische Inschriften D. D. Brand and F. E. Harvey, eds., So Live the Works of Men: Seventieth Anniversary Volume Honoring Edgar Lee Hewett lexical series HAR.gud = imrd = ballu, pub. MSL 5-11 J. Kohler et al., Hammurabi's Gesetz lexical series HAR.ra = hubullu (Hh. I-IV pub. Landsberger, MSL 5; Hh. V-VII pub. Landsberger, MSL 6; Hh. VIII-XII pub. Landsberger, MSL 7; Hh. XIII-XIV, XVIII pub. Landsberger, MSL 8; Hh. XV pub. Landsberger, MSL 9; Hh. XVI, XVII, XIX pub. LandsMSL 10; Hh. berger-Reiner,

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XX-XXIV pub. LandsbergerReiner, MSL 11) Hilprecht AV Hilprecht Anniversary Volume. Studies in Assyriology and Archaeology Dedicated to Hermann V. Hilprecht Hilprecht H. V. Hilprecht, The Earliest Deluge Story Version of the Babylonian Deluge Story and the Temple Library of Nippur Hinke Kudurru W. J. Hinke, Selected Babylonian Kudurru Inscriptions, No. 5, pp. 21-27 Hinz AFF W. Hinz, Altiranische Funde und Forschungen Hirsch H. Hirsch, Untersuchungen zur altUnterassyrischen Religion (= AfO Beisuchungen heft 13/14) Hoffner H. A. Hoffner, Alimenta HethaeAlimenta orum (= AOS 55) Holma H. Holma, Kleine Beitrage zum K1. Beitr. assyrischen Lexikon (= AASF B 7/2) Holma H. Holma, Die Namen der KorK6rperteile perteile im Assyrisch-babylonischen (= AASF B 7) Holma Omen H. Holma, Omen Texts from BabyTexts lonian Tablets in the British Museum ... H. Holma, Die assyrisch-babyloHolma nischen Personennamen der Form Quttulu Quttulu (= AASF B 13/2) H. Holma, Weitere Beitrage zum Holma assyrischen Lexikon (= AASF B Weitere Beitr. 15/1) F. Hrozny, Code hittite provenant Hrozny de l'Asie Mineure Code Hittite F. Hrozny, Das Getreide im alten Hrozny Babylonien... (= SAWW 173/1) Getreide F. Hrozny, Inscriptions cuneiformes Hrozny du Kultep6 (= ICK 1) (= Monogr. Kultepe ArOr 14) F. Hrozny, Die Keilschrifttexte von Hrozny Ta'annek, in Sellin Ta'annek Ta'annek tablets in the Hilprecht collection, HS Jena tablets in the collections of the HSM Harvard Semitic Museum Harvard Semitic Series HSS Hebrew Union College Annual HUCA H. Hunger, Babylonische und asHunger syrische Kolophone (= AOAT 2) Kolophone Hunger Uruk H. Hunger, Spatbabylonische Texte aus Uruk, 1 M. I. Hussey, Sumerian Tablets in Hussey Sumerian the Harvard Semitic Museum (= HSS 3 and 4) Tablets IB tablets in the collections of the Pontificio Istituto Biblico, Rome

IBoT ICK Idu IEJ IF Igituh ILN IM Imgidda to Erimhug
IOS Istanbul

Istanbul Arkeoloji Miizelerinde Bulunan Bogazkoy Tabletleri Inscriptions cuneiformes du Kult6pe lexical series A = idu Israel Exploration Journal Indogermanische Forschungen lexical series igituh = tdmartu. Igituh short version pub. Landsberger-Gurney, AfO 18 81ff. Illustrated London News tablets in the collections of the Iraq Museum, Baghdad see Erimhug Israel Oriental Studies tablets in the collections of the Archaeological Museum of Istanbul Inventaire des tablettes de Tello commentary to the series §umma izbu, pub. Leichty Izbu pp. 211233 lexical series izi = iadtu, pub. Civil, MSL 13 154-226 Boghazkeui version of Izi, pub. Civil, MSL 13 132-147 Journal asiatique T. Jacobsen, Cuneiform Texts in the National Museum, Copenhagen

ITT Izbu Comm.

Izi Izi Bogh. JA Jacobsen Copen-

hagen Jankowska KTK

N. B. Jankowska, Klinopisnye teksty iz Kjul'-Tepe v sobraniiakh SSSR JAOS Journal of the American Oriental Society Jastrow Dict. M. Jastrow, A Dictionary of the Targumim ... JBL Journal of Biblical Literature JCS Journal of Cuneiform Studies JEA Journal of Egyptian Archaeology JEN Joint Expedition with the Iraq Museum at Nuzi JENu Joint Expedition with the Iraq Museum at Nuzi, unpub. JEOL Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch"Ex Genootschap Egyptisch Oriente Lux" JESHO Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient Jestin NTS§ R. Jestin, Nouvelles tablettes sumeriennes de Suruppak Jestin R. Jestin, Tablettes sumeriennes de Suruppak ... 8uruppak JJP Journal of Juristic Papyrology JKF Jahrbuch fur kleinasiatische Forschung JNES Journal of Near Eastern Studies Johns Dooms- C. H. W. Johns, An Assyrian Doomsday Book day Book

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Jones-Snyder T. B. Jones and J. Snyder, Sumerian Economic Texts from the Third Ur Dynasty Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society Jewish Quarterly Review Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Journal of the Society of Oriental Research Journal of Semitic Studies Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute tablets in the Kouyunjik collection of the British Museum lexical series kagal = abullu, pub. Civil, MSL 13 227-261 Keilschrifttexte aus Assur historischen Inhalts Keilschrifttexte aus Assur juristischen Inhalts S. Kang, Sumerian and Akkadian Cuneiform Texts in the Collection of the World History Museum of the University of Illinois Keilschrifttexte aus Assur religiosen Inhalts Keilschrifttexte aus Assur verschiedenen Inhalts Keilinschriftliche Bibliothek Keilschrifttexte aus Boghazkoi R. G. Kent, Old Persian . . . (= AOS 33) R. Ker Porter, Travels in Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient Babylonia, etc.... tablets from Khafadje in the collections of the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago B. Kienast, Die altassyrischen Texte des Orientalischen Seminars der Universitat Heidelberg und der Sammlung Erlenmeyer B. Kienast, Die altbabylonischen Briefe und Urkunden aus Kisurra L. W. King, Chronicles Concerning Early Babylonian Kings . . . L. W. King, A History of Sumer and Akkad: An Account of the Early Races of Babylonia .. . L. W. King, A History of Babylon L. W. King, Hittite Texts in the Cuneiform Character in the British Museum J. V. Kinnier Wilson, The Nimrud Wine Lists (= CTN 1) tablets excavated at Kish, in the collections of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Klauber

Beamtentum
KIF Knudtzon Gebete Kocher BAM

JPOS JQR JRAS JSOR JSS JTVI K. Kagal KAH KAJ Kang SACT

Kicher Pflanzenkunde Kohler u. Peiser Rechtsleben Konst.

E. Klauber, Assyrisches Beamtentum nach Briefen aus der Sargonidenzeit (= LSS 5/3) Kleinasiatische Forschungen J. A. Knudtzon, Assyrische Gebete an den Sonnengott ... F. Kocher, Die babylonisch-assyrische Medizin in Texten und Untersuchungen F. Kocher, Keilschrifttexte zur assyrisch-babylonischen Drogenund Pflanzenkunde (= VIO 28) J. Kohler and F. E. Peiser. Aus dem babylonischen Rechtsleben tablets excavated at Assur, in the collections of the Archaeological Museum of Istanbul P. Koschaker, Babylonisch-assyrisches Biirgschaftsrecht P. Koschaker, Uber einige griechische Rechtsurkunden aus den 6stlichen Randgebieten des Hellenismus (= ASAW 42/1) P. Koschaker, Neue keilschriftliche Recltsurkunden aus der ElAmarna-Zeit (= ASAW 39/5) Kramer Anniversary Volume (= AOAT 25) S. N. Kramer, Lamentation over the Destruction of Ur (= AS 12) S. N. Kramer, Sumerian Literary Texts from Nippur (= AASOR 23) S. N. Kramer, Two Elegies on a Pushkin Museum Tablet F. R. Kraus, Briefe aus dem British Museum Zikir umim: Assyriological Studies Presented to F. R. Kraus ... F. R. Kraus, Ein Edikt des Konigs Ammi-Saduqa von Babylon (= Studia et documenta ad iura orientis antiqui pertinentia 5) F. R. Kraus, Texte zur babylonischen Physiognomatik (= AfO Beiheft 3) F. R. Kraus, Staatliche Viehhaltung im altbabylonischen Lande Larsa J. Krecher, Sumerische Kultlyrik

Koschaker Biirgschaftsrecht Koschaker Griech. Rechtsurk. Koschaker NRUA Kramer AV Kramer Lamentation Kramer SLTN Kramer Two Elegies Kraus AbB 1 Kraus AV Kraus Edikt

KAR KAV KB KBo Kent Old Persian Ker Porter Travels Kh.

Kienast ATHE

Kienast Kisurra King Chron. King Early History King History King Hittite Texts Kinnier Wilson

Kraus Texte

Kraus Viehhaltung

Wine Lists Kish

Krecher Kultlyrik KT Blanckertz J. Lewy, Die Kultepetexte der Sammlung Blanckertz ... KT Hahn J. Lewy, Die Kiiltepetexte der Sammlung... Hahn... J. Lewy, Die altassyrischen Texte KTS vom Kiiltepe bei Kaisarije KUB Keilschrifturkunden aus Boghazkoi

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Kiichler Beitr. F. Kiichler, Beitrage zur Kenntnis der assyrisch-babylonischen Medizin ... Kiiltepe unpublished tablets from Kiiltepe Kiummel H. M. Kiimmel, Familie, Beruf und Familie Amt im spatbabylonischen Uruk Kupper Les J.-R. Kupper, Les nomades en Nomades Mesopotamie au temps des rois de Mari Labat R. Labat, L'Akkadien de BoghazL'Akkadien Koi Labat R. Labat, Un calendrier babylonien Calendrier des travaux, des signes et des mois Labat Suse R. Labat, Textes litt6raires de Suse (= MDP 57) Labat TDP R. Labat, Traite akkadien de diagnostics et pronostics medicaux Laessoe Bit J. Laessoe, Studies on the Assyrian Rimki Ritual bit rimki Lajard Culte J. B. F. Lajard, Recherches sur le de V6nus culte ... de V6nus Lambert BWL W. G. Lambert, Babylonian Wisdom Literature Lambert Love W. G. Lambert, The Problem of Lyrics the Love Lyrics, in Goedicke and Roberts, eds., Unity and Diversity Lambert W. G. Lambert, Marduk's Address Marduk's to the Demons (= AfO 17 310 ff.) Address to the Demons LambertW. G. Lambert and A. R. Millard, Millard Atra-hasis: The Babylonian Story Atra-hasis of the Flood Landsberger B. Landsberger, Brief des Bischofs Brief von Esagila an Konig Asarhaddon Landsberger B. Landsberger, The Date Palm Date Palm and Its By-Products According to the Cuneiform Sources (= AfO Beiheft 17) Landsberger B. Landsberger, Die Fauna des Fauna alten Mesopotamien . .. (= ASAW 42/6) Landsberger- B. Landsberger and T. Jacobsen, Jacobsen Georgica (in MS.) Lanu Lanz Harranu Laroche Glossaire Hourrite Lautner Personenmiete lexical series alam = lanu H. Lanz, Die neubabylonischen harrdnu-Geschaftsunternehmen E. Laroche, Glossaire de la languel hourrite (= RHA 34-35)

Georgica Landsberger Kult. Kalender Lang. Langdon BL Langdon Creation Langdon Menologies Langdon SBP Langdon Tammuz

B. Landsberger, Der kultische Kalender der Babylonier und Assyrer (= LSS 6/1-2) Language S. Langdon, Babylonian Liturgies S. Langdon, The Babylonian Epic of Creation S. Langdon, Babylonian Menologies . .. S. Langdon, Sumerian and Babylonian Psalms S. Langdon, Tammuz and Ishtar

J. G. Lautner, Altbabylonische Personenmiete und Erntearbeitervertrage (= Studia et documenta ad iura orientis antiqui pertinentia 1) A. H. Layard, Inscriptions in the Layard Cuneiform Character ... Layard A. H. Layard, Discoveries among Discoveries the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon LB tablet numbers in the de Liagre Bohl Collection LBAT Late Babylonian Astronomical and Related Texts, copied by T. G. Pinches and J. N. Strassmaier, prepared for publication by A. J. Sachs, with the cooperation of J. Schaumberger Leander P. A. Leander, Uber die sumerischen Lehnworter im Assyrischen Le Gac Asn. Y. Le Gac, Les Inscriptions d'Assur-nasir-aplu III Legrain Catal. L. Legrain, Catalogue des cylindres Cugnin orientaux de la collection Louis Cugnin Legrain L. Legrain, Le temps des rois d'Ur TRU LehmannF. F. C. Lehmann-Haupt, ed., Haupt CIC Corpus inscriptionum chaldicarum Leichty Izbu E. Leichty, The Omen Series summa Izbu (= TCS 4) Lenormant F. Lenormant, Choix de textes Choix cuneiformes inedits ou incompletement publics jusqu'd ce jour Levine Stelae L. D. Levine, Two Neo-Assyrian Stelae from Iran Lidzbarski M. Lidzbarski, Handbuch der nordHandbuch semitischen Epigraphik Lie Sar. A. G. Lie, The Inscriptions of Sargon II LIH L. W. King, The Letters and Inscriptions of Hammurabi Limet H. Limet, L'anthroponymie suAnthropom6rienne dans les documents nymie de la 3 e dynastie d'Ur Limet H. Limet, Etude de documents de Documents la periode d'Agade appartenant Sl'Universite de Liege Limet Metal H. Limet, Le travail du metal au pays de Sumer au temps de la IIIe dynastie d'Ur Limet Sceaux H. Limet, Les 16gendes des sceaux Cassites cassites
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Limet Textes Sumeriens
H. Limet, Textes Sumeriens de la IIIe dynastie d'Ur (= Documents du Proche-Orient Ancien des Musees Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Epigraphie 1) LKA E. Ebeling, Literarische Keilschrifttexte aus Assur A. Falkenstein, Literarische KeilLKU schrifttexte aus Uruk Loretz Chagar O. Loretz, Texte aus Chagar Bazar Bazar und Tell Brak (= AOAT 3) Loretz-Mayer O. Loretz and W. R. Mayer, 8u-ila Su-ila Gebete (= AOAT 34) I. Low, Die Flora der Juden Low Flora Leipziger semitistische Studien LSS LTBA Die lexikalischen Tafelserien der Babylonier und Assyrer in den Berliner Museen Lu lexical series lu6 = da, pub. Civil, MSL 12 87-147 epic Lugale u melambi nergal, Lugale cited from MS. of A. Falkenstein D. G. Lyon, Keilschrifttexte SarLyon Sar. gon's .. . MAD Materials for the Assyrian Dictionary tablets in the collection of the MAH Musee d'Art et d'Histoire, Geneva Malku synonym list malku = Iarru (Malku I pub. A. D. Kilmer, JAOS 83 421ff.; Malku II pub. W. von Soden, ZA 43 235 ff.) MAOG Mitteilungen der Altorientalischen Gesellschaft Maqlu G. Meier, Maqlfi (= AfO Beiheft 2) Festschrift Lubor Matous Matou~ B. Meissner and P. Rost, Die Bauinschriften Sanheribs M6langes syriens offerts a M. Rene Dussaud Florilegium Anatolicum: Melanges M6langes offerts a Emmanuel Laroche Laroche Meloni Saggi Gerardo Meloni, Saggi di filologia semitica Mendelsohn I. Mendelsohn, Slavery in the Ancient Near East Slavery Menzel B. Menzel, Assyrische Tempel (= Tempel Studia Pohl: Series Maior 10) Mededelingen en Verhandelingen MEOL van het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap "Ex Oriente Lux" Met. Museum tablets in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. des Instituts fir MIO Mitteilungen Orientforschung Museum Journal MJ Mathematische MKT O. Neugebauer, Keilschrifttexte tablets in the collections of the MLC J. Pierpont Morgan Library MM tablets in the collections of the Monserrat Museum Moldenke A. B. Moldenke, Babylonian Contract Tablets in the Metropolitan Museum of Art E. W. Moore, Neo-Babylonian Moore Michigan Documents in the University of Michigan Collection Coll. Moran Temple W. L. Moran, Sumero-Akkadian Lists Temple Lists (in MS.) MRS Mission de Ras Shamra MSL Materialien zum sumerischen Lexikon; Materials for the Sumerian Lexicon MSP J. J. M. de Morgan, Mission scientifique en Perse Mullo Weir C. J. Mullo Weir, A Lexicon of Lexicon Accadian Prayers ... MVAG Mitteilungen der VorderasiatischAegyptischen Gesellschaft MVN Materiali per il vocabolario neosumerico N tablets in the collections of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Nabnitu lexical series SIG 7+ALAM = nabnitu, pub. Finkel, MSL 16 NBC tablets in the Babylonian Collection, Yale University Library NBGT Neobabylonian Grammatical Texts, pub. Landsberger, MSL 4 129-178 Nbk. J. N. Strassm aier, Inschriften von Nabuchodonosor Nbn. J. N. Strassmaier, Inschriften von Nabonidus Meissner-Rost Senn. M61. Dussaud

Festschrift
L. Matous, Inscriptions cuneiforMatou§ Kultepe mes du Kult6pe, Vol. 2 (= ICK 2) Mayer Gebets- W. Mayer, Untersuchungen zur Formensprache der babylonischen beschworungen ,,Gebetsbeschworungen" (= Studia Pohl: Series Maior 5) MCS Manchester Cuneiform Studies O. Neugebauer and A. Sachs, MCT Mathematical Cuneiform Texts (= AOS 29) Mitteilungen der Deutschen OrientMDOG Gesellschaft Memoires de la Delegation en Perse MDP The Seed of Wisdom: Essays in Meek AV Honour of T. J. Meek Meissner BAP B. Meissner, Beitrage zum altbabylonischen Privatrecht Meissner BAW B. Meissner, Beitrage zum assyrischen Worterbuch (= AS 1 and 4) Meissner BuA B. Meissner, Babylonien u. Assyrien Meissner Supp. B. Meissner, Supplement zu den assyrischen Worterbiichern

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tablets in the collection of Yale University ND field numbers of tablets excavated at Nimrud (Kalhu) Nemet-Nejat K. R. Nemet-Nejat, Late BabyLB Field lonian Field Plans in the British Plans Museum (= Studia Pohl: Series Maior 11) Neugebauer O. Neugebauer, Astronomical CuACT neiform Texts Ni tablets excavated at Nippur, in the collections of the Archaeological Museum of Istanbul Nies UDT J. B. Nies, Ur Dynasty Tablets Nigga lexical series nigga = makkuru, pub. Civil, MSL 13 91-124 Nikolski M. V. Nikolski, Dokumenty khoziaistvennoi otchetnosti ... Notscher F. Notscher, Ellil in Sumer und Ellil Akkad NPN I. J. Gelb, P. M. Purves, and A. A. MacRae, Nuzi Personal Names (= OIP 57) NT field numbers of tablets excavated at Nippur by the Oriental Institute and other institutions Oberhuber K. Oberhuber, Sumerische und Florenz akkadische Keilschriftdenkmaler des Archaologischen Museums zu Florenz Oberhuber K. Oberhuber, Innsbrucker KeilIKT schrifttexte OBGT Old Babylonian Grammatical Texts, pub. Landsberger, MSL 4 47-128 OB Lu Old Babylonian version ofLu, pub. Civil, MSL 12 151-219 OBT Tell S. Dalley, C. B. F. Walker, J. D. Rimah Hawkins, Old Babylonian Texts from Tell Rimah OECT Oxford Editions of Cuneiform Texts OIC Oriental Institute Communications OIP Oriental Institute Publications OLZ Orientalistische Literaturzeitung Oppenheim L. F. Hartman and A. L. OppenBeer heim, On Beer and Brewing Techniques in Ancient Mesopotamia ... (= JAOS Supp. 10) Oppenheim A. L. Oppenheim, Glass and GlassGlass making in Ancient Mesopotamia Oppenheim L. Oppenheim, Untersuchungen Mietrecht zum babylonischen Mietrecht (= WZKM Beiheft 2) Oppert-Menant J. Oppert et J. Menant, Documents Doc. jur. juridiques de l'Assyrie Or. Orientalia Oriental Law Essays on Oriental Laws of Sucof Succession cession (= Studia et documenta ad iura orientis antiqui pertinentia 9) OT Old Testament Otten AV Festschrift Heinrich Otten NCBT D. Owen, The John Frederick Lewis Collection (= MVN 3) D. Owen, The Loan Documents from Nuzu (unpub. Ph. D. diss. Brandeis Univ.) Pallis Akitu S. A. Pallis, The Babylonian Akitu Festival PAPS Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Parpola LAS S. Parpola, Letters of Assyrian Scholars (= AOAT 5) Parrot A. Parrot, Documents et MonuDocuments ments (= Mission archeologique de Mari II, Le palais, tome 3) PBS Publications of the Babylonian Section, University Museum, University of Pennsylvania PEF Quarterly Statement of the Palestine Exploration Fund Peiser F. E. Peiser, Urkunden aus der Zeit Urkunden der 3. babylonischen Dynastie Peiser F. E. Peiser, Babylonische VerVertrage trage des Berliner Museums ... PEQ Palestine Exploration Quarterly Perry Sin E. G. Perry, Hymnen und Gebete an Sin (= LSS 2/4) Petschow MB H. Petschow, Mittelbabylonische RechtsRechts- und Wirtschaftsurkunden urkunden der Hilprecht-Sammlung Jena ... Petschow H. Petschow, Neubabylonisches Pfandrecht Pfandrecht (= ASAW Phil.-Hist. K1. 48/1) Pettinato Un- G. Pettinato, Untersuchungen zur tersuchungen neusumerischen Landwirtschaft Photo. Ass. field photographs of tablets excavated at Assur Photo. Konst. field photographs of tablets excavated at Assur Piepkorn Asb. A. C. Piepkorn, Historical Prism Inscriptions of Ashurbanipal (= Owen Lewis Coll. Owen Loan Documents

AS 5)
Pinches Amherst Pinches Berens Coll. Pinches Peek T. G. Pinches, The Amherst Tablets ... T. G. Pinches, The Babylonian Tablets of the Berens Collection T. G. Pinches, Inscribed Babylonian Tablets in the possession of Sir Henry Peek J. N. Postgate, Fifty Neo-Assyrian Legal Documents J. N. Postgate, The Governor's Palace Archive (= CTN 2)

Postgate NA Leg. Does. Postgate Palace

Archive Postgate J. N. Postgate, Neo-Assyrian Royal Royal Grants Grants and Decrees (= Studia Postgate Taxation
Pohl: Series Maior 1) J. N. Postgate, Taxation and Conscription in the Assyrian Empire (= Studia Pohl: Series Maior 3)

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Practical Vocabulary Assur Pritchard ANET Proto-Diri Proto-Ea Proto-Izi Proto-Kagal Proto-Lu PRSM PRT PSBA R RA RAcc. Rainey EA Ranke PN RB REC Recip. Ea REg Reiner Lipgur Litanies Reisner Telloh Rencontre Assyriologique R6p. geogr. RES Reschid Archiv des Nurgamag RHA RHR RIDA Ries Bodenpachtformulare Riftin lexical text, pub. B. Landsberger and 0. Gurney, AfO 18 328ff. J. B. Pritchard, ed., Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament, 2nd and 3rd ed. see Diri see Ea; pub. Landsberger, MSL 2 35-94, and Civil, MSL 14 87-144 lexical series, pub. Civil, MSL 13 7-59 lexical series, pub. Civil, MSL 13 63-88 lexical series, pub. Civil, MSL 12 25-84 Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine E. Klauber, Politisch-religiose Texte aus der Sargonidenzeit Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology H. C. Rawlinson, The Cuneiform Inscriptions of Western Asia Revue d'assyriologie et d'arch6ologie orientale F. Thureau-Dangin, Rituels accadiens A. Rainey, El Amarna Tablets 359379 (= AOAT 8) H. Ranke, Early Babylonian Personal Names Revue biblique F. Thureau-Dangin, Recherches sur l'origine de 1'6criture cun6iforme lexical series "Reciprocal Ea," pub. Civil, MSL 14 521-532 Revue d'egyptologie E. Reiner, Liplur-Litanies (JNES 15 129 ff.) G. A. Reisner, Tempelurkunden aus Telloh Compte rendu de la seconde (troisieme) Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale R6pertoire geographique des textes cuneiformes Revue des etudes semitiques F. Reschid, Archiv des NfuramaS und andere Darlehensurkunden aus der altbabylonischen Zeit Revue hittite et asianique Revue de l'histoire des religions Revue internationale du droit de ' antiquite G. Ries, Die neubabylonischen Bodenpachtformulare A. P. Riftin, Staro-Vavilonskie iuridicheskie i administrativnye dokumenty v sobraniiakh SSSR RLA RLV Rm. Reallexikon der Assyriologie Reallexikon der Vorgeschichte tablets in the collections of the British Museum ROM tablets in the collections of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Romer W. H. Ph. Romer, Frauenbriefe Frauenbriefe fiber Religion, Politik und Privatleben in Mari (= AOAT 12) Romer W. H. Ph. Romer, Sumerische Konigs'Konigshymnen' der Isin-Zeit hymnen Rost P. Rost, Die Keilschrifttexte TigTigl. III lat-Pilesers III .. RS field numbers of tablets excavated at Ras Shamra RSO Rivista degli studi orientali RT Recueil de travaux relatifs a la philologie et a l'arch6ologie egyptiennes et assyriennes RTC F. Thureau-Dangin, Recueil de tablettes chaldeennes Sa lexical series Syllabary A. pub. Landsberger-Hallock, MSL 3 3-45 S a Voc. lexical series Syllabary A Vocabulary, pub. Landsberger-Hallock, MSL 3 51-87 lexical series Sag Bil. SAI B. Meissner, Seltene assyrische Ideogramme SAKI F. Thureau-Dangin, Die sumerischen und akkadischen Konigsinschriften (= VAB 1) Salonen A. Salonen, Agricultura mesopoAgricultura tamica (= AASF 149) Salonen Fest- Studia Orientalia Armas I. Salonen schrift (= StOr 46) Salonen A. Salonen, Die Fischerei im alten Fischerei Mesopotamien (= AASF 166) Salonen A. Salonen, Die Fulbekleidung der FuBalten Mesopotamier (= AASF bekleidung 157) E. Salonen E. Salonen, Die GruB- und HofGruBformeln lichkeitsformeln in babylonischassyrischen Briefen (= StOr

38)
Salonen Hausgerate A. Salonen, Die Hausgerate der alten Mesopotamier (= AASF 139 and 144) A. Salonen, Hippologica Accadica (= AASF 100) A. Salonen, Die Landfahrzeuge des alten Mesopotamien (= AASF 72)

Salonen Hippologica Salonen Landfahrzeuge Salonen A. Salonen, Die Mobel des alten Mobel Mesopotamien (= AASF 127) Salonen Tiiren A. Salonen, Die Tiiren des alten Mesopotamien (= AASF 124) E. Salonen E. Salonen, Die Waffen der alten Waffen Mesopotamier (= StOr 33)

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Salonen Wasserfahrzeuge San Nicol6 Prosopographie A. Salonen, Die Wasserfahrzeuge in Babylonien (= StOr 8) SL SLB A. Deimal, 8umerisches Lexikon Studia ad tabulas cuneiformes collectas a F. M. Th. de Liagre Bohl pertinentia E. Chiera, Sumerian Lexical Texts

M. San Nicol5, Beitrage zu einer Prosopographie neubabylonischer Beamten der Zivil- und Tempelverwaltung (= SBAW 1941 2/2) San Nicol6M. San Nicoll and A. Ungnad, Ungnad NRV Neubabylonische Rechts- und Verwaltungsurkunden Saporetti C. Saporetti, Onomastica MedioOnomastica Assira (= Studia Pohl 6) SAWW Sitzungsberichte der Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien Sb lexical series Syllabary B, pub. Landsberger-Hallock, MSL 3 96128 and 132-153 SBAW Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften SBH G. A. Reisner, Sumerisch-babylonische Hymnen nach Thontafeln griechischer Zeit Scheil Sippar V. Scheil, Une saison de fouilles a Sippar Scheil Tn. II V. Scheil, Annales de Tukulti Ninip II, roi d'Assyrie 889-884 N. Schneider, Die Gotternamen Schneider Gotternamen von Ur III (= AnOr 19) Schneider N. Schneider, Die ZeitbestimmunZeitbestimgen der Wirtschaftsurkunden von mungen Ur III (= AnOr 13) Schollmeyer A. Schollmeyer, Sumerisch-babylonische Hymnen und Gebete an 8amas Schramm W. Schramm, Einleitung in die Einleitung assyrischen Konigsinschriften Sellin E. Sellin, Tell Ta'annek... Ta'annek SEM E. Chiera, Sumerian Epics and Myths (= OIP 15) Sem. Semitica Seux M.-J. Seux, Epithetes royales akkaEpithetes diennes et sumeriennes Shaffer A. Shaffer, Sumerian Sources of Sumerian Tablet XII of the Epic of GilSources games (unpub. dissertation) SHAW Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften Shileiko V. K. Shileiko, Dokumenty iz Giul-tepe Dokumenty field numbers of tablets excavated Si at Sippar lexical series Silbenvokabular Sjoberg A. Sjoberg, Der Mondgott NannaSuen in der sumerischen UberMondgott lieferung, I. Teil: Texte A. W. Sjoberg and E. Bergmann, Sjiberg The Collection of the Sumerian Temple Hymns Temple Hymns (= TCS 3)

SLT Sm.

(= OIP 11)
tablets in the collections of the British Museum S. A. Smith S. A. Smith, Miscellaneous AsMisc. Assyr. syrian Texts of the British Texts Museum Smith College tablets in the collection of Smith College Smith Idrimi S. Smith, The Statue of Idri-mi Smith Senn. S. Smith, The First Campaign of Sennacherib . .. SMN tablets excavated at Nuzi, in the Semitic Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge SOAW Sitzungsberichte der Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften von Soden W. von Soden, Grundri der akkaGAG dischen Grammatik (= AnOr 33/47) von Soden W. von Soden, Das akkadische Syllabar Syllabar (= AnOr 27; 2nd ed. AnOr 42) Sollberger and E. Sollberger and J.-R. Kupper, Kupper InInscriptions royales sumeriennes scriptions et akkadiennes Royales Sollberger E. Sollberger, Corpus des inscriptions "royales" presargoniques de Corpus Lagas Sollberger E. Sollberger, Business and AdCorrespondministrative Correspondence ence under the Kings of Ur (= TCS 1) Sommer F. Sommer, Die AhhijavaAhhijava Urkunden SommerF. Sommer and A. Falkenstein, Die Falkenstein hethitisch-akkadische Bilingue Bil. des Hattugili I tablets in the collections of the Sp. British Museum Sitzungsberichte der Preufischen SPAW Akademie der Wissenschaften Speleers L. Speleers, Recueil des inscriptions de l'Asie anterieure des Recueil Musees Royaux du Cinquantenaire a Bruxelles SRT E. Chiera, Sumerian Religious Texts SSB F. X. Kugler, Sternkunde und Sterndienst in Babel SSB Erg. J. Schaumberger, Sternkunde und Sterndienst in Babel, Erginzungen ... Stamm J. J. Stamm, Die akkadische NamenNamengebung (= MVAG 44) gebung

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I. Starr, The Bard Rituals (unpub. Ph. D. diss. Yale Univ.) Starr Nuzi R. F. S. Starr, Nuzi: Report on the Excavations at Yorgan Tepa near Kirkuk, Iraq A. Abou-Assaf, P. Bordreuil, and Statue de Tell A. R. Millard, La Statue de Tell Fekherye Fekherye Studien zu den Bogazkoy-Texten StBoT STC L. W. King, The Seven Tablets of Creation Stephens PNC F. J. Stephens, Personal Names from Cuneiform Inscriptions of Cappadocia Stol On Trees M. Stol, On Trees, Mountains, and Millstones in the Ancient Near East (= MEOL 21) StOr Studia Orientalia (Helsinki) J. N. Strassmaier, Alphabetisches Strassmaier Verzeichnis der assyrischen und AV akkadischen Worter... J. N. Strassmaier, Die babyloniStrassmaier Liverpool schen Inschriften im Museum zu Liverpool, Actes du 6 e Congres International des Orientalistes, II, Section S6mitique (1) (1885), plates after p. 624 Strassmaier J. N. Strassmaier, Texte altbabylonischer Vertrage aus Warka, VerWarka handlungen des Fiinften Internationalen Orientalisten-Congresses (1881), Beilage Streck Asb. M. Streck, Assurbanipal ... (= VAB 7) STT O. R. Gurney, J. J. Finkelstein, and P. Hulin, The Sultantepe Tablets Studi Rinaldi Studi sull'Oriente e la Bibbia offerti al P. Giovanni Rinaldi ... Studi Volterra Studi in onore di Edoardo Volterra Studia (= Documenta et monumenta Mariana orientis antiqui 4) Studia Orien- Studia orientalia loanni Pedersen talia Pedersen dicata Studien Heidelberger Studien zum Alten Falkenstein Orient, Adam Falkenstein zumr 17. September 1966 Studies H. Goedicke, ed., Near Eastern Albright Studies in Honor of William Foxwell Albright Studies Beek Travels in the World of the Old Testament: Studies Presented to Prof. M. A. Beek... Studies Studies in Honor of Tom B. Jones Jones (= AOAT 203) Studies Studies in Honor of Benno LandsLandsberger berger on his Seventy-fifth Birthday (= AS 16) Studies Studies Presented to A. Leo Oppenheim Oppenheim Starr Barf XX Studies Robinson STVC Sultantepe Studies in Old Testament Prophecy Presented to T. H. Robinson E. Chiera, Sumerian Texts of Varied Contents (= OIP 16) field numbers of tablets excavated at Sultantepe Sumerological Studies in Honor of Thorkild Jacobsen (= AS 20)

Sumerological Studies Jacobsen Ankara Universitesi Dil ve TarihSumeroloji Aragtirmalari Cografya Falkiiltesi Sumeroloji araptirmalari, 1940-41 Surpu E. Reiner, Surpu (= AfO Beiheft 11) Symbolae P. Koschaker dedicatae Symb. (= Studia et documenta ad iura Koschaker orientis antiqui pertinentia 2) Symbolae Bohl Symbolae Biblicae et Mesopotamicae Francisco Mario Theodoro de Liagri Boihl Dedicatac Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung SZ E. Szlechter, Tablettes juridiques Szlechter Tablettes de la 1re Dynastie de Babylone E. Szlechter, Tablettes juridiques Szlechter et administratives de la III TJA Dynastie d'Ur et de la Ire Dynastie de Babylone T tablets in the collections of the Staatliche Museen, Berlin Tablet Funck one of several tablets in private possession (mentioned as F. 1, 2, 3, Delitzsch HWB xiii), cited from unpublished copies of Delitzsch; F. 2 pub. AfO 21 pl. 9-10 Tallqvist APN K. Tallqvist, Assyrian Personal Names (= ASSF 43/1) Tallqvist K. Tallqvist, Akkadische GotterGotterepitheta (= StOr 7)

epitheta Tallqvist Maqlu

K. Tallqvist, Die assyrische Beschworungsserie Maqlf (= ASSF 20/6) Tallqvist NBN K. Tallqvist, Neubabylonisches Namenbuch ... (= ASSF 32/2) TCL Textes cuneiformes du Louvre TCS Texts from Cuneiform Sources Tell Asmar tablets excavated at Tell Asmar, in the collections of the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago Tell Halaf J. Friedrich et al., Die Inschriften vom Tell Halaf (= AfO Beiheft 6) Th. tablets in the collections of the British Museum Thompson AH R. C. Thompson, The Assyrian Herbal Thompson R. C. Thompson, On the Chemistry Chem. of the Ancient Assyrians Thompson R. C. Thompson, A Dictionary of DAB Assyrian Botany Thompson R. C. Thompson, A Dictionary of DAC Assyrian Chemistry and Geology

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Thompson Esarh. Thompson Gilg. Thompson Rep. ThureauDangin Til-Barsib TIM TLB TMB Tn.-Epic R. C. Thompson, The Prisms of Esarhaddon and ofAshurbanipal ... R. C. Thompson, The Epic of Gilgamish R. C. Thompson, The Reports of the Magicians and Astrologers ... F. Thureau-Dangin, M. Dunand et al., Til-Barsib Texts in the Iraq Museum Tabulae Cuneiformes a F. M. Th. de Liagre Bohl collectae F. Thureau-Dangin, Textes math6matiques babyloniens Tukulti-Ninurta Epic, pub. AAA 20, pls. 101ff., and Archaeologia 79 pl. 49; transliteration in Ebeling, MAOG 12/2, column numbers according to W. G. Lambert, AfO 18 38ff. H. Torczyner, Altbabylonische Tempelrechnungen ... pharmaceutical series uruanna : magtakal UVB Vorlaufiger Bericht liber die ... Ausgrabungen in Uruk-Warka (Berlin 1930-) VAB Vorderasiatische Bibliothek VAS Vorderasiatische Schriftdenkmaler VAT tablets in the collections of the Staatliche Museen, Berlin A. Gotze, Verstreute BoghazkoiVBoT Texte VDI Vestnik Drevnei Istorii Veenhof Old K. R. Veenhof, Aspects of Old Assyrian Assyrian Trade and Its TermiTrade nology VIO Veroffentlichungen des Instituts fir Orientforschung, Berlin Virolleaud C. Virolleaud, Comptabilit6 chalComptabilite deenne (epoque de la dynastie dite seconde d'Our) Virolleaud C. Virolleaud, La 16gende ph6niDanel cienne de Danel Virolleaud C. Virolleaud, Fragments de textes Fragments divinatoires assyriens du Muse Britannique A. Finet, ed., La Voix de l'oppoVoix de sition en M6sopotamie. Colloque l'opposition organise par l'Institut des Hautes Etudes de Belgique 19 et 20 mars 1973 E. von Voigtlander, the Bisitun von Voigtlander Inscription of Darius the Great: Babylonian Version (= Corpus InBisitun scriptionum Iranicarum part I, vol. II) von Weiher E. von Weiher, Der babylonische Nergal Gott Nergal (= AOAT 11) E. von Weiher, Spatbabylonische von Weiher Texte aus Uruk, 2 Uruk Vetus Testamentum VT field numbers of tablets excavated W. at Warka Waetzold Tex- H. Waetzold, Untersuchungen zur neusumerischen Textilindustrie tilindustrie A. Walther, Das altbabylonische Walther Gerichtswesen (= LSS 6/4-6) Gerichts-

Uruanna

Torczyner Tempelrechnungen TSBA

Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archaeology TSTS Toronto Semitic Texts and Studies E. Ebeling, Tod und Leben nach TuL den Vorstellungen der Babylonier TuM Texte und Materialien der Frau Professor Hilprecht Collection of Babylonian Antiquities im Eigentum der Universitat Jena Turner S. M. Katre, ed., Sir Ralph Turner Jubilee Vol. Jubilee Volume UCP University of California Publications in Semitic Philology UE Ur Excavations UET Ur Excavations, Texts UF Ugarit-Forschungen Ugumu lexical series, pub. Civil, MSL 9 51-65 Ugumu Bil. lexical series, pub. Civil, MSL 9 67-73 UM tablets in the collections of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia UMB University Museum Bulletin Unger Babylon E. Unger, Babylon, die heilige Stadt ... E. Unger, Die Stele des Bel-harranUnger Belharran-belibeli-ussur ussur Unger Mem. In Memoriam Eckhard Unger. BeiVol. trage zu Geschichte. Kultur und Religion des Alten Orients Unger Relief- E. Unger. Reliefstele Adadniraris stele III. aus Saba'a und Semiramis Ungnad NRV A. Ungnad, Neubabylonische Glossar Rechts- und Verwaltungsurkunden. Glossar

wesen Ward Seals
Warka Watelin Kish

Waterman Bus. Doc. Weidner Handbuch

W. H. Ward, The Seal Cylinders of Western Asia field numbers of tablets excavated at Warka Oxford University Joint Expedition to Mesopotamia, Excavations at Kish: III (1925-1927) by L. C. Watelin L. Waterman, Business Documents of the Hammurapi Period (also pub. in AJSL 29 and 30) E. Weidner, Handbuch der babylonischen Astronomie

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Weidner Tn. E. Weidner, Die Inschriften Tukulti-Ninurtas I. (= AfO Beiheft 12) F. H. Weissbach, Babylonische Miscellen (= WVDOG 4) M. Weitemeyer, Some Aspects of the Hiring of Workers in the Sippar Region at the Time of Hammurabi Festschrift fir Leopold Wenger, 2. Band, Miinchener Beitrage zur Papyrusforschung und Antiken Rechtsgeschichte, 35. Heft A. Westenholz, Old Sumerian and Old Akkadian Texts in Philadelphia Chiefly from Nippur C. Wilcke, Kollationen zu den sumerischen literarischen Texten aus Nippur in der HilprechtSammlung Jena (= ASAW 65/4) C. Wilcke, Das Lugalbandaepos

Woolley Carchemish WVDOG WZJ WZKM YBC Ylvisaker Grammatik YOR YOS ZA ZAW ZDMG ZDPV ZE Zimmern Fremdw. Zimmern Itar und Saltu Zimmern Neujahrsfest ZK ZS

Weissbach Misc. Weitemeyer

Wenger AV

Westenholz OSP Wilcke Kollationen

Carchemish, Report on the Excavations at Djerabis on behalf of the British Museum Wissenschaftliche Veroffentlichungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Friedrich - Schiller - Universitat Jena Wiener Zeitschrift fir die Kunde des Morgenlandes tablets in the Babylonian Collection, Yale University Library S. C. Ylvisaker, Zur babylonischen und assyrischen Grammatik (=

LSS 5/6)
Yale Oriental Series, Researches Yale Oriental Series, Babylonian Texts Zeitschrift fir Assyriologie Zeitschrift fur die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenlandischen Gesellschaft Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palastina-Vereins Zeitschrift fir Ethnologie H. Zimmern, Akkadische Fremdworter . .. , 2nd ed. H. Zimmern, Itar und Saltu, ein altakkadisches Lied (BSGW Phil.hist. Kl. 68/1) H. Zimmern, Zum babylonischen Neujahrsfest (BSGW Phil.-hist. Kl. 58/3); zweiter Beitrag (ibid. 70/5) Zeitschrift fir Keilschriftforschung Zeitschrift fiir Semitistik

Wilcke Lugalbanda Winckler AOF H. Winckler, Altorientalische Forschungen H. Winckler, Sammlung von KeilWinckler Sammlung schrifttexten Winckler Sar. H. Winckler, Die Keilschrifttexte Sargons . . . J. Wevers and D. Redford, eds., Winnett AV Studies on the Ancient Palestinian World (= TSTS 2) D. J. Wiseman, The Alalakh Wiseman Tablets Alalakh D. J. Wiseman, Chronicles of the Wiseman Chron. Chaldean Kings . . . D. J. Wiseman, The Vassal Treaties Wiseman Treaties of Esarhaddon (= Iraq 20 Part 1) Die Welt des Orients WO

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abbr. ace. Achaem. add. adj. adm. Adn. adv. Akk. Alu apod. app. Aram. Asb. Asn. Ass. astrol. astron. Av. Babyl. bil. Bogh. bus. Camb. chem. chron. col. coll. comm. conj. corr. Cyr. Dar. dat. dem. denom. det. diagn. disc. DN doc. dupl. EA econ. ed. ED Elam. Esarh. esp. Etana etym. abbreviated, abbreviation accusative Achaemenid addition(al) adjective administrative (texts) Adad-nirari adverb Akkadian Summa dlu apodosis appendix Aramaic Assurbanipal Aggur-nasir-apli II Assyrian astrological (texts) astronomical (texts) Avestan Babylonian bilingual (texts) Boghazkeui business Cambyses chemical (texts) chronicle column collation, collated commentary (texts) conjunction corresponding Cyrus Darius dative demonstrative denominative determinative diagnostic (texts) discussion divine name document duplicate El-Amarna economic (texts) edition Early Dynastic Elamite Esarhaddon especially Etana myth etymology, etymological ext. fact. fem. fig. fragm. gen. geogr. Gilg. Gk. gloss. GN gramm. group voc. Heb. hemer. hist. Hitt. Hurr. IE imp. inc. incl. indecl. inf. inscr. interj. interr. intrans. inv. Izbu lament. LB leg. let. lex. lit. log. Ludlul lw. MA masc. math. MB med. meteor. MN mng. n. NA NB extispicy factitive feminine figure fragment(ary) genitive, general geographical Gilgames Greek glossary geographical name grammatical (texts) group vocabulary Hebrew hemerology historical (texts) Hittite Hurrian Indo-European imperative incantation (texts) including indeclinable infinitive inscription interjection interrogative intransitive inventory summa izbu lamentation Late Babylonian legal (texts) letter lexical (texts) literally, literary (texts) logogram, logographic Ludlul bel neneqi loan word Middle Assyrian masculine mathematical (texts) Middle Babylonian medical (texts) meteorology, meteorological (texts) month name meaning note Neo-Assyrian Neo-Babylonian

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Nbk. Nbn. Ner. NF nom. NS num. OA OAkk. OB obv.
occ.

Old Pers. opp. orig. p. Palmyr. part. pharm. phon. physiogn. pl . pl. tantum PN prep. pres. Pre-Sar. pret. pron. prot. pub. r. redupl. ref. rel. rit.

Nebuchadnezzar II Nabonidus Neriglissar Neue Folge nominative New Series, Nova Series numeral Old Assyrian Old Akkadian Old Babylonian obverse occurrence, occurs Old Persian opposite (of) (to)

RN RS
S.

Sar.
SB Sel. Sem. Senn. Shalm. sing. Skt. stat. const. str. Sum. supp. syll. syn. Syr. Tigl. Tn. trans. translat. translit. Ugar. uncert. unkn. unpub.
V.

original(ly)
page Palmyrene participle pharmaceutical (texts) phonetic physiognomic (omens) plural, plate plurale tantum personal name preposition present Pre-Sargonic preterit pronoun, pronominal protasis published reverse reduplicated, reduplication reference religious (texts) ritual (texts)

var. vol.
wr.

WSem. x x x

royal name Ras Shamra substantive Sargon II Standard Babylonian Seleucid Semitic Sennacherib Shalmaneser singular Sanskrit status constructus strophe Sumerian supplement syllabically synonym(ous) Syriac Tiglathpileser Tukulti-Ninurta I transitive translation transliteration Ugaritic uncertain unknown unpublished verb variant volume written West Semitic number not transliterated illegible sign in Akk. illegible sign in Sum.

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S
sa'abu (or sa'dpu)v.; (mng. unkn.); SB*; I isa'ib. [. . .] ina pilu ze buqli i-sa-ib he will chew(?) malt refuse in his mouth AMT
21,7:4.

c) III/2: you have him inhale medicated vapor u,-ta-dS-'-al and he will be induced to expectorate AMT 54,1:9 and 12. sa'apu see sa'dbu. sa''ru see sa'uru. sa'agu see sahaJu. *sa'atu (or sa'adu, sa'id/tu) s.; or payment); OA. (a tax

sa'adu see *sa'atu. sa'adu see sa'du. sa'alu v.; to cough, cough up phlegm; SB; I isa'ul,II, III/2; cf. su'dlu.
zi. u r. [ra] [z]i-u-ur (pronunciation) = za-ah-lu Erimhus Bogh. E 7'; zi.[... . = [...] Erimhus

I 183; [x].x.ma = sa-'a-lu STT 398 i 6 (Igituh?).
§d-na-'u, §u-u-lum = sa-a-lu Malku IV 68 f.

u-na-hat u i-sa-ul if a man coughs, hic-

a) sa'dlu: Summa amelu ...

[ugan]nah

cups(?), or expectorates LabatTDP 180:26, cf. Summa amelu i-sa-u-[ul] AMT 80,4 ii 4. b) su'ulu: Summa amelu su'dlam ... marusma ... u-sa-al ugannah if a man is sick with su'dlu and has repeated fits of coughing RA 40 116:9 (med.); i-sa-alunah= hat u ru'ussu ilallu he coughs, has hiccups(?), and spits LabatTDP 180:30; umma ul AuB-a if a man amelu tdbilam has a dry cough and does not expectorate

a) among expenditures in caravan accounts: li GfN kaspum §a sd-e-tim (preceded by 33! shekels tesubu, 37' shekels mutd kaspim, followed by 291 shekels wadstum) VAT 9211:19; 31 GIN Kt.BABBAR §a sd-i-tim (listed after expenditures for wustum and unit emdrim, and before
tesubu) TCL 19 43:32; x copper unit AN9E.HI.A sa-l[d-mi ... S]a sd-e-tim MatouS 13/14:13; 6 GfN wasitum 3 GfN

§a sa(sic) -e-tim 5 GfN ina iliratim imti
six shekels (is) the export tax, three and two-thirds shekels the s., five shekels was lost in the .... (preceded by "head tax" on two employees) TCL 14 14:21; 21 GfN KtT.BABBAR a-'a sd-e-tim Matoug, Salonen
Festschrift 196 I 429:17; 21 GfN §a sd-e-tim

u-sa-al

AMT 81,3 r. 4, also Kocher BAM 551 iii 6; amelu

4-sa-al that man exana maldariu pectorates continually AMT 83,1 r. 17, cf. [.. .] su-a-li Sd SUB [.. .] (see su'dlu) AMT 52,9:6; Summa amelu irassu patratma ... ] if a man's chest is not congested and still he expectorates AMT 51,1:10, cf. [h]ahha DIB.ME9-8U uisa-al ina su-a-[li .. .] AMT 51,2:4.

M

(listed between tesubi and wasitum) CCT
3 27a:30, cf. ibid. 2a:22, TCL 19 36:42 and, wr.

U-sa-al

u-sa-'-a[1

§a sd-i-tim TCL 20 139 r. 7, wr. §a sa-etim CCT 3 22a:25; 41 shekels Sa sd-itim (preceded by unutu, ukultu) HUCA 39 26 L29-569:19; note exceptionally without §a: x GfN ana sd-e(!)-tim niddin CCT 5 49c:13; 1 mina of silver unst emdre u §a KtT.BABBAR sd-e-tim TCL 20 134:17.

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*sababu b) in connection with textiles: 41 GfN kaspum ina sd-e-tim huluqqd' ikSuduka a loss of x silver accrued to you from(?) the s. CCT 4 13a:10, cf. 5 ToG huluqq'u ina sd-i-ti-'u ittabiu TCL 19 34:9; 5 ToJG kutdnu ina sd-e-tim §a PN na-du five kutdnu fabrics are deposited in PN's 8.
CCT 4 34b:12, 6 TUG kutdni ina sd-e-tim a-'u-ma PN u PN2 laqiu 16 GIN.TA inapt pulunikkum ibid. 13a: 14; x silver for feed

saba'u buku to plait(?); OB, Mari, MB; I isabbik, II; cf. sdbiku, musabbiktu. 1. (uncert. mng.): PN simmam marsat u itti ekallim magal walbatma sinniadtim mdddtim ittiSama i-sa-ab-bi-ik fPN has a (contagious) disease, still she is much about the palace, and gathers (?) many women about herself ARM 10 129:9, cf. sinni.dtim mdddtim ittiSama la i-sa-ab-biik ibid. 19. 2. subbuku to plait(?): 1 kusitum . .. naplatmazrat rsul-ub-bu-ka-attawiat one kusitu garment, it is combed(?), .. ..- ed, plaited(?), spun YOS 14 310:20 (OB), see
Hallo, Studies Jones 9f.; [. . .]-a-ni mala

for the donkeys 4 GfN ana TOJG a sde-tim VAT 9218:17, § GfN ToJG §a sd-i-tim (followed by wasitum) CCT 6 20a: 18; x tin Sim TJG [sa s]da(?)-e-tim 2 matlihiu OIP
27 58:36.

The small payments for *sa'atuin the caravan accounts cover expenditures incurred either en route or as a tax comparable to the taxes termed wasitum and tesubu. The refs. cited usage b seem to suggest that s. was a container or a textile used for packing, or the like, see Larsen Old Assyrian Caravan Procedures 152. The word always occurs in the genitive, and the nominative may therefore be reconstructed as either sa'atldum or sa'et/dum. If the latter, then a connection with sa'idu "road station," q.v., may be posited. The refs. ina sa-u-dim imti HUCA 39 26 L29-569:23, cited mati v. mng. la-2', and ina sa-u-dim . . . ibbitiq JSOR 11 136 No. 45:5, also BIN 6 129:20, cited batdqu mng. 10, contain the II inf. of the verb sddu B and are to be translated "in the melting process."
Garelli Les Assyriens 194 f.; Larsen Old Assyrian Caravan Procedures 42 and 152.

iba 2 lu su-ub-bu-ku lu pu-ch(!) -hu-ru-u let the .... -s, as many as there are, be gathered(?), let them be assembled
Lambert-Millard Atra-hasis 126:5 (MB). von Soden, Or. NS 38 432.

sabalu see zabdlu. sabanu see sapunu. sabasu (to be angry) see labdsu. sab&t see sebitu. saba'u (sab) v.; 1. to toss, to bound, to churn, to spill over, 2. II to make (waves) toss, to roil, 3. II (unkn. mng.), 4. III to cause (waves) to toss; SB, NA; I isbu' - isabbu', II, III; cf. sdbi'u. du 7 .du 7 =sd-ba-Hv-um OBGT XI v 10', XIII 17.
lu.Ux(GI§GAL) .lu.bi zi.ni.ta i.bal.bal.e zi. ginx(GIM) mu.un.zi : amelu Si itti napiltiu ittanab<lak>katkima agi i-sa-ab-bu-' that man is

*sababu s.;

(a piece of jewelry);

NA.*

continually at cross purposes with himself, like a wave he tosses (in anguish) CT 16 24 i 12 ff.

sa-bu-bu §a Kt.GI 1 GfN a gold s., one half shekel (in weight?) (part of a dowry)
Iraq 16 55 ND 2307:8, cf. 1 sa-bu-bu Kt.GI naphu Iraq 32 156 No. 25:10; [. . .] Sa 8abi-bi ADD 930 iv 13.
Postgate, Iraq 32 157.

1. to toss, to bound, to churn, to spill over - a) to toss, said of waves: see CT 16 24, in lex. section; §a tdmti gallati i-sa-am-bu-'urubbiusa the swollen mass of the heaving sea was tossing STC 1 205:17,
see Ebeling Handerhebung 94; Adad 8a ina

rigmilu hurFdni sab~ku v.; 1. (uncert. mng.), 2. sub,

inulu i-sa-bu-'a tdmdte
cf. [i-sab-bu]-'a

Iraq 24 93:6 (Shalm. III),

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saba'u tdmdti Cagni Erra IIIc 67; a-sab-bu-' kima agi §a uppaqu adru lemna I toss like a wave that an evil wind makes massive
STC 2 pl. 80 r. 62, see Ebeling Handerhebung 132;

sabibu 3. II (unkn. mng.): 5 SILA m kasi bahrussu (var. sekrute) ta'ahhal [...] tusa-ba-'-Su(var. -'u)-ma you strain five silas of hot (var. cooked) kcas juice, [. .. ]_ you .... him (the patient) AMT 49,4 r. 6,
also ibid. r. 3, var. from Kocher BAM 39:3 and 6,

A ig-ga-ri-irlib-bu-u A.ME9 i-sa-am-bu-z water ripples (is said) because water tosses ACh Igtar 30:50. b) said of the sky, etc.: li-is-bu-'(var. adds -u) amdmi let the skies toss Cagni Erra IV 123; enuma atta ina zdqika i-sabu-'a kibrdti when you (Pazuzu?) blow, the world tosses AfO 17 358 D 14 (inc.). c) said of boats: GIg.MA.MES i-saam-ba-a boats will toss ACh Itar 7:24
(coll.).

but KA .DtTG.GA tu-sab-ba-ui-ma AMT
31,7:7.

4. III to cause (waves) to toss: :f (Sa) kullat kibrat erbetti la magir SakkankiSu abubu naspanti eliSunu -Sd-d-ba-'-u-ma and who (Aggur) causes an overwhelming flood to roll its waves over the entire world that does not obey his governor
OECT 6 pl. 2 K.8664:9 (Asb., coll. from photo);

d) to bound: narkabtu §a ana bit akit tallakuni tallakanni bella la§u Sa la beli ta-sa-bu-' the chariot which goes to the akitu festival comes along, but it is without its charioteer, and without a charioteer it bounds along ZA 51 138:66 (NA lit.), also, wr. ta-sa-ab-bu-' ZA 60 125:13; aj ina bubitu §a NINDA.ME9 amuat aki kalbi a-sa-bu aduala let me not die for want of food, like a dog I bound about, I run around ABL 659 r. 8, also ABL 382:6, cf. u andku issu libbi bit abija gabbu ki kalbi a-sa-ab-bu-' ABL 1250 r. 12 (all NA). to churn, said of the intestines: ruqiu SA.ME9-Ai i-saikkallu bu-'u his belly hurts him, his belly(?) is ... ., his intestines churn (?) Kocher BAM

uncert.: iksurma ana u[rpdti] ul-d-asbi-' (Marduk) compacted (Tiamat's foam?) into clouds and made .... En.
el. V 49. In En. el. V 63, [... ]ipra libbul Ta'ar wati u-a-as-bi-' most likely belongs with subb, q.v.
von Soden, ZA 51 152; von Soden apud Labat, JA 1954 217 n. 1.

sabbaru see sappdru. sabbasfi (angry) see sabbasu. sabbi'u (fem. sabbi'tu, sabbi'itu) adj.; (mng. unkn.); lex.*
sa.u9.bi = sa-ab-bi-'-u(?) (var. 8a-HAL-tu), nu. sa. u.bi = sa-ab-bi-'-td (var. sa-bi-i-tu) (in group with ndgigu) Erimhus IV 165f.

9A-A

e)

9A- M

87:2 and 16.

f) (in trans. use) to spill over: §umma (A.MAH) kulili anauSalli i-sa-bu-'-anazaq mati if (a flood) spills dragonflies over the meadow, there will be trouble for the
country CT 39 19:118 (SB Alu).

sabbu see sa'u. sabdinnu see saptinnu. sabibu (or sabibu) s.; (mng. unkn., occ. as personal name only); OB. Sa-bi-bu-um yig-Kizilyay-Kraus Nippur 162:2; Sd-bi-bu-um De Meyer, Tell ed-Der 1 57 seal. sabibu see sabibu.

2. II to make (waves) toss, to roil: Adad, who carries the holy whip mu-saan-bi-' tdmdte roiling the seas Iraq 24 93:3 (Shalm. III), cf. Adad... rdhis kibrat x x e mu-sa-[an-bi]-' tdmdti VAS 1 71:10
(Sar.).

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sabiku s.; plaiter(?) (occ. as personal name only); OB*; cf. sabaku.
sabiku

sabsi sablu s.; corv6e party; Mari.* a.4um sa-ab-lim 'a halsija TUR u SAL. TUR ana dannatim kamasim bell idpuram mari Terqa atrudma sa-ab-lam la GN GN 2 GN3 u GN 4 ikmisunim my lord wrote me with reference to assembling in the fortresses the young men and young girls, the corv6e party from my district - I sent some men from Terqa and they raised for me a corv6e party from GN, GN 2, GN 3, and GN 4 ARM 3 38:5 and 10; §Sm §a eberti sit sam im ana [.. .] sa-ab-la-am sehra[m S. .] [assemble?] a small corv6e party for [bringing in(?)] the barley from the territory to the east, beyond the river ARM 2 67:5, cf. sa-ab-la-am maha[r ... ] sehram ibid. 88:9. For WSem. etymology see Kupper, ARMT
3 p. 116; Held, JAOS 88 94.

Sa-bi-kum TCL 1 190:4f. sabilli s.; (a net?); lex.*; Sum. lw.
sa.bil.l[a] = sa-bi-il-lu-u-um Nigga Bil. B 268.

sabirru see semeru. sabitu (sebitu) s.; (a musical instrument); SB, Akk. lw. in Sum.
gig.sh.bi.tum = [§u], gig.MINBALAG.TUR = [Au] Hh. VII B 74f.; gig.sa.bi.tum, gig.mi. ri.tum MSL 6 157:220f. (Forerunner to Hh. VI-VII); [gi§.sa.bi.t]um = gv-tu[m] Nabnitu

XXXII iii 12, see MSL 6 119 B line f; [ge/zabi]-tum GIS.BALAG.TUR = le-bi-tum Diri III 51.

8it samme e-bi-ti u kanzabi (for context
see sinnatu A) Craig ABRT 1 55 i 9 (= BA 5 564); gig.sa.bi.tum gig.mi.ri.tum

(among musical instruments) OECT 1 pl. 2
ii 29 (Eridu hymn), cf. Castellino Two Sulgi Hymns B line 164; mu gig. s&.bi.tum

sabsinnutu s.; NB*; cf. sabs2.

craft of sack-making;

S.. in.tag.tag. [ga.S6] (silver rings received by the gala singer) for playing the s. JCS 10 30 No. 9:11; oil(?) gi9.al. rgar(?)1 gig.s&.bi.tum Au gi.z&i.mi. for a drum(?), a s., and a harp MCS 5 115 No. 1:6; 1 kug.na.ah.ba.tum gig. s .bi.tum.ma (see nahbatu usage b) BIN 9 334:1 and 6; for other Ur III refs. see

96

PN... ana L sa-ab-si-nu-tuadi(!) 3-it andti .. . ina pan PN2 L(J sa-ab-si-nu-tu qatiti [.. .] PN is with PN 2 for three years (as an apprentice) to (learn) the craft of sack-making, (PN 2) [will teach him] the complete craft of sack-making (for similar contracts see lamddu mng. 7b-1') Nbn.
172:3.

Gelb, MAD 3 263 s.v. §abitum.

sabsu (angry) see labsu.

sabitu see sabu. sabi'u adj.; welling, tossing; saba'u. SB*; cf.

sabs (sabsu'u, Sabh) OB; cf. sabsinnutu.
§ab-4u-u

s.; sack maker;

lu.bar.tag.tag = epic baldmi sack maker, Hh. XXV A 8, in MSL 12 226; li. b r.tag.ga = epi ba-[4d]-mu = sab-su-[u] Hg. B VI 142, in MSL 12 226; [pa-ra] [BARA] = ba-4d-

i.iz = a-gu-fil, sa-bi-r'-ui Izi V 83f.; ae.gi 6g a.a = a-gu-t, i."zi = sa-bi-'-u Lu Excerpt II 59f. i.zi hu.luh.fhal [.. .] : agt galti sa-ab-b[iu(?)] Lambert, Symbolae Bohl 279:10.

mu, [sa]b-su-4 A I/2:359f.
[el-pi ba-§d-[mel = sa-ab-su-'u Uruanna III 555.

[Nab

. . .] sa-bi-'u [. . .]

ZA 61 50:9

DUMU.ME 101:8.

Sa-ab-si-im Edzard Tell ed-Der

and 11 (hymn to Nab).

In YOS 1 53:95 (= Ea I 113) i-ri-ib is a gloss to LAGABXLUL (and not to BARA), and the Akk. column is possibly to be restored [alkdpu].

sabi'u see sdb2i.

Meissner BAW 1 60f.

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sabsuttu

sabfi NA4 sa-a-bu gumu the stone that looks like the .... of an ox is called s. ibid. 34;
abnu §ikin§u kima NA 4 sa-bi-ma parzilla

sabsuttu (midwife) see gabsutu. sabsu'u see sabs2.
sabtinnu see saptinnu.

tukkup NA itta[mir] Sumnu the stone that 4 also looks like s. but is flecked with iron
is called ittamir ibid. 35.

sabu (or sapu) in sabumma epeu v.; (mng. uncert.); Nuzi.*
§a magarre 4-Su-nu indFunu sd-bu-um-

b)

in med. and magic use: (various

plants) NA 4 musa rNA 4 sal-a-bu NA 4 .NfG. BtRU.BtTRU (= palliu)(you tie in a pouch

ma la eplu (see magarrumng. la-5') HSS
5 1:12; GI9.ME§ sd-bu-um-ma itepu

and place around the horse's neck) Or. NS
39 120:58 (namburbi), cf. [N]A 4 .NIG.BtTRU.

HSS

9 141:11, also 17 andr. 11.

BtRU NA 4

sa-a-bu (for a charm) Kocher

sabf v.; to draw beer; OB; I; cf. nasb, sabu B, sdb, sadb in bit sabi, sabtu, sibu, sibu in bit sibi, sibtu.
[si-i] [si] = sa-bu-[u] A III/4:150; AAM = sabu-u (preceded by sabu, q.v.) Nabnitu S (= XIV) 220. ka9. 9 m. 9 m. d [6] = [a-na sa-bi-i] Ai. II iii 5'.

BAM 345 r. 7, UET 4 150:9, (against AN.TA.SUB. BA) CT 14 16 BM 93084:4, cf. also STT 272:6, (omitting det. NA 4 , in broken context) Kocher BAM

367:41, [NA 4 sa(?)]-a-bu KBo 9 47:7, wr. NA 4 sa-a-bi AMT 85,2:10, cf. AMT 17,2:4; NA 4 sa-a-ba TCL 6 12 r. xii, see Weidner Gestirn-Darstellungen 31 sub 12 (Leo).

ina AN. Barley isihti PN L1.DIN.NA ZA.GAR is-bu-u assigned to PN, the beer

§a

c) used for a pavement: §apldnu ekal a NA 4.d9E.TIR NA 4 .D- R.MI.NA. pili ... BAN.DA U NA 4 sa-a-bu uSepi~ kigalla below

merchant, who drew beer in the fortified
area Edzard Tell ed-Der 30:5, see Kimmel, AfO 25 82 note x, cf. (barley received by

the marble palace I had a courtyard made of .... stone, .... stone, and sdbu stone
OIP 2 133:83 (Senn.).

PN) injma ana PN2 r~i-kal-ra is-bu-ni
A 11834:7.

For AMT 31,7:7 see saba'u mng. 3; for TCL 9 95:16 see sapanu mng. 2; x AE §a
zu-ub-bu-u RA 23 129:1 (= No. 55) is

sabu B sab2.

(or sabf) s.;

beer;

lex.*;

cf.

ku-ru-un KAA.DIN = ku-ru-nu-um, sd-bu-[um], §i-ka-[rum], da-mu-[um] Proto-Diri 426-426c.

obscure, and may contain a personal name in spite of the lack of the determinative.
sabf see sabd'u and sabu B. sabu A s.; (a stone); SB.*
[NA 4] sa-a-bu, epirru, erimmatu : NA 4 a-bi ab-ni (var. NA 4 ab-nu) CT 14 16 K.240 r. 2 ff. (= Uruanna III 181ff.), see MSL 10 70:37ff., cf. NA 4 sa-a-bu MSL 10 66 iv 23.

sabf (sebi, sepA, ibi, sabi'u, sebi.u, fem. sabitu) s.; innkeeper, beer merchant;

from OA, OB on; pl. sdb,
syll.
and
KA9.9AM.§AM;

sdbidtu; wr.
Lt.

LJ(.KA9).DIN(.NA/NAM),

cf. sabzd.

lu6.KAA.DIN.na = sd-bu-z(var. adds -um), [SA]L. 16.KAA.DIN.na = sd-bi-i-tum OB Lu A 21f., var. from B i 24f., also li. DIN.na, SAL.l. DIN.na OB Lu D 16f., cf. LJ.KA. (Akk. col. blank)
DIN.NAM(!) (var. L.DIN.N[A]) MSL 12 235 iii 15,

a) appearance: abnu Sikinu kima dami alpi la ba.li NA 4 sa-a-bu umru the stone

that looks like unboiled ox blood is called
8. STT 108:33, dupl. STT 109:37 (series abnu

sikinfu);

abnu likindu kima tu-hi-ti alpi

16.DIN.na , SAL.l. DIN.na ibid. 212 Text E' 10f.; 16.DIN.na = sa-bu-u Lu I 163; l.DIN.na = sebu-u Igituh short version 241; l6.DIN.na, l1i. ka . § m. a Am = sa-bu-4 Nabnitu S (= XIV) 217 f.; 16.ka. DIN.n[a] = [sa-bu-u], 16i.PA.X.[. . .] = [MIN(?)] MSL 12 232 Fragm. IV If.; sag-ku-ru-unDIN. KASKAL.SIG 7 = sa-bu-d Nabnitu S (= XIV) 219,

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sabfl
sag-ku-ru-un (var. sag-ku-ri-ni) DIN.KASKAL.SIG7 = sa-bu-u, sa-hi-it ka-ra-nu Ea IV 221f.; sag. ku-ru-unDIN = sa-bu-ful (in group with sird6s and sahit kardni) Antagal III 183; li.kag. am. Aam (var. [lu.ka]§.§am. §m), 16.DIN.na = sebu-u (var. sa-bu-u) Lu IV 253f., cf. L.KA.AM. SAM STT 382+ vii 17, see MSL 12 237; lu.ka. Sam. am = sab-bi-'u (var. sa-[.. .]) Igituh short version 274. dug.am.ma.am = vu-mu = MIN (= hu-bu-ru) Id sa-bi-i Hg. A II 67, in MSL 7 110; [dug. la.ha.an.L.DIN.na] = MIN (= la-ha-an-nu) sepe-e Hh. X 79a; KA9.MES LJT.DIN.NAM = §i-kar gi-bi-e (followed by kurunnu) Practical Vocabulary Assur 176. No. 20 r. 1, see Stol, BiOr 28 171, cf. JCS 11 34 No.

ukallu iStu UD.5.KAM DUH.DURU 5 ipar rasu PN is present there, and he will give the brewers silver so that the oxen can eat draff - the brewers who offer us the draff will keep(?) the draff up to the fourth of MN, after the fourth they will
stop (offering) draff
(OB let.); ana L.DIN.NA.ME §a x kaspim DUH.UD.DU

25:10; PN walibma kaspam ana LJ.DIN.NA. ME inaddinma DUH.DURU 5 alpu ikkalu L.KA9.DIN.NA.ME DUH.DURU 5 ukal lunidSim adi MN UD.4.KAM DUH.DURU 5

§a

TCL 17 40:7 and 9
tid~ qibima sussirma rezi

a) sdbu-1' in OB: PN u PN 2 NU. GIA.SAR.MEA awilu ul ina kullizi ul ina Lr.KA9.DIN.NA.ME9 iba~i PN and PN2 are date farmers, the men are not among

§a

likillu speak to the s.-s you know, and place in safekeeping ten shekels worth

of dry bran so that it is available to me
CT 52 183:13, cf. Kraus AbB 1 20:9, cf. also 1 GUR DUH.UD.DU.A 9U.TI.A PN U PN 2 LO.DIN.A YOS 13 187:4; nikkassi DUH. DURU 5 DUH.UD.DU.A KAS U pihu ep§u

the oxherds, nor among the s.-s (they are
with me) Kraus, AbB 5 165:9, cf. ezub 1 LO.DIN.NA 1 nuhatimmim annu[ttim?] a nu agteru Lf.DIN.NA u nuhatimmam la

nupazziru (they swore that) apart from
the one s. and the one cook whom we

inscribed (on the tax roll) (late?), we have
not concealed any s.or cook Studies Landsberger 212:26ff., and passim in this text, see

sutahrusuma x AE.GUR 'a PN Lf.DIN.NA eli PN2 irA2 the settled accounts of moist and dry bran, beer, and pihu jars having been deducted, PN2 owes PN, the s., x
barley
9E

YOS 13 251:5, cf. ibid. 228:4;
dUTU)
DUH)

DUH

nuhatimmu usage b-1'; ten shekels of
silver

9A

Lf.KAg.DIN.NA
NIG

(in heading of list, beside
Birot Tablettes 18:1, also

12 GIN KIT.BABBAR Se-e

LY.

DIN.NA nemetti PN from the twelve shekels

(omitting

ibid. 21:1;

(Kassite envoys

of silver (due for?) the barley of the s., tax (to be collected by) PN YOS 13 281:2,
also ibid. 317:2, note: ten shekels of silver

will be arriving on the 24th of MN)

300

multabilti alim(?) itti PN PN2 ana §a le-e L.DIN.NA.ME§ ilqe (to be repaid in one

KA .t.SA.KA.DT ina qd-ti Li.DIN.NA.MES 'a GN leqeama relam likillu get three

hundred pihu jars of billatu beer from the
innkeepers of GN, to be available LIH
85:12 (let. of Abi-esuh), see Frankena, AbB 2 67, cf. u a4um se'im ana LU.DIN.NA.MEA

§e-e

month) ibid. 23:6; x silver

A KIT.BABBAR

LO.DIN.NA.MEA ... a ana . .. LO. ME§ GN eshu from the silver from(?) the naddnim §a tapuranim ittaqbi ge'am ina barley of the s. that was assigned to the GN ana L1.DIN.NA.ME9 inaddinu and as men of GN CT 48 37:2; kima saddagdam for the delivery of barley to the inn10 AE kaspam Lt 8a-bi-i tuarrH inanna keepers about which you wrote me, it is 10 AE kaspam ina al wagbdtama [a]na PN hereby authorized, they will deliver the barley to the innkeepers in Sippar ibid. idimma just as last year you .... -ed

the innkeepers ten grains of silver, now also give ten grains of silver to PN in the city where you live TCL 17 25:8, cf. ibid. 14; barley distributions to PN L.KAg.DIN.NA
CT 47 80:7, cf. barley for DUIH.DURU 5 for fodder namharti PN LtI§.DIN.NA JCS 2 109

16 and 20; 1 pihu 2 (BAN) KAS SU.TI.A PN ina bit PN2 Lrt.DIN.NA YOS 13 474:6;

alarPN re''m PN 2

ubariam u PN 3 musep-

pilu ina bit PN4 Li.KAS.DIN.NA ipadu
when PN, the shepherd, arrested PN2 , the

Subarian, and PN 3 , his abductor, in the

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saibi
house of PN 4, the innkeeper
Riftin 46:9, cf. ibid. 17 and 20, see Landsberger, ZA 43 315;

them bring me this very day, urgently, five women from good households, and
two innkeepers HSS 5 104:10; PN Lfj sebi-u (receiving rations) HSS 14 593:37; 4 Ltj.ME§ si-bi-i-u (among craftsmen) HSS 16 383:2, PN Lt si-bi-u (beside epi baker, etc.) ibid. 384:5f. (Nuzi); IGI PN sabi-i TuM NF 5 74:23 (MB), also, wr. DIN.NA Postgate Palace Archive 4:16 and 20 (NA); ex-

mahar awile [s]d-bi-i tapldtija taddanab. bubi you (fem.) speak disparagingly about
me all the time to the honorable s.-s Kraus, AbB 5 138:4, also ibid. 9, 16; seven men, one woman 'a I.HI.A sd-bi-i from
the taverns (?)
AbB 1 33:3, cf. ] ARM 9 27 iv 16; La.DIN.[NA]

ana biti
ibid. 6,

[ a Lb.DI]N.NA (in broken context) Kraus

PN sa-bi-im Szlechter Tablettes 136:4; (barley) ina suti La.KA9.DIN.NA (measured) by the innkeeper's seah measure BE 6/2 55:7; barley (also beer) for a festive meal for the men received from PN LI.DIN.NA YOS 13 535:5, also 534:7; garlic ana bit
PN GIR PN 2 Lt.DIN.NA
Lf.DIN.NA

t

ceptionally in OA: IGI PN sd-bi4 -im ICK 1
187:4, also (same person), wr. sd-be-e-em Kienast ATHE 35:39.

BE 6/1 102:5;

PN

3' in SB - a' in gen.: INIM.INIM.MA ildih sa-bi-i (var. L.KA9.DIN.NA) kdri.KA an incantation (to ensure) profit for the innkeeper of the kdru PSBA 23 121:13,
var. from KAR 144 r. 9, also KAR 144:1, cf.

(rents a slave to grind flour)
10 ERfN L-.KA9.DIN.NA

CT 33 32:3;

itti

eper bab sa-bi-i (in the rit.) Craig ABRT 1
66:8, see ZA 32 174, cf. the 27th (var. 29th)

PN UGULA

ten men of(?) the beer merchant with the overseer PN PBS 8/2 172:15;

of Addaru iS-di-ih LO.DIN.NA saddri STT
300 r. 14, var. from BRM 4 19:14; takkal tagatti

DUMU PN sd-bi-im Pinches Berens Coll. 102 r. 22, cf. ibid. 25; PN L-.DIN.NA TIM 2 93:14, JCS 17 84 No. 12 r. 7' (both letters), Syria 5 271 r. 6 (Hana), and passim; Lf.KA9.DIN.NA.HI.A

ella kurunSina ikar se-bi-'-i kdri inaq= qdnikka likdr sa-bi-'i tamahhar you eat and drink their pure kurunnu beer,

(witnesses) TCL 11 149:32; PN sa-bu-um (witness) UCP 10 94 No. 18:21, also, wr. LJ.KA9.[DIN.NA] Edzard Tell ed-Der 53:8',
YOS 8 36:16f., 45:15, 65:27, etc., VAS 13 68 r. 5, 76 r. 9, 95 r. 1, Riftin 25:10, JRAS 1926 437 117580a r. 1; as personal name: Sa-bu-um YOS 14 155:27,KienastKisurru 60:9, and passim;

brewer's beer from the market, they pour for you (§ama§) and you accept (even the ordinary) brewer's beer Lambert BWL
136:157f. (hymn to Samag); if in a city Lt. there are many KA5.DIN.MES mddu tavern keepers CT38 4:79, dupl. CT 51 146:13 [... ina ... ] 'a bab La.KA9. (SB Alu); 9AM./AM uken 4R 60 r. 29 (namburbi), see RA 49 40; note dNingizzida EN sa-bi-i Kocher BAM 565:4; (the medication) ina KA§ LO.DIN.NA i tanatti CT 14 39 Rm. 352 r. 4, also AMT 58,6:4 and parallel Kocher BAM 112 i 20, and passim, wr. ina KA§ si-bi Kicher BAM 396 iv 5, ina KAg LO.DIN.NA DtG.GA isattima AMT 21,4 r. 11; ina KAY Lf.DIN.NA tarabbak Kocher BAM 11:35, also
CT 23 41:14, and passim,

for OB year names of the king Sabum see
Edzard Zwischenzeit 151.

2'

in other adm. and leg. texts:

PN

L§.DIN qadu a§gatiluumri u ana 72 GfN

kaspim itti bel hubulli.u RN §ar GN iptur RN, king of Alalakh, redeemed PN, the

innkeeper, from his creditor, together with his wife and his children, for the
sum of 72 shekels of silver JCS 8 5 No.
30:1, cf. ibid. 21 No. 268:16 (both OB Alalakh); IGI PN sd-bu-u Wiseman Alalakh 64:14 (OB), also ARM 8 9:22, wr. IGI PN SE -bi-i MDP 24 383:19; 5.ME.TA.AN sinnidti §a ameli

bi-[i] Kocher BAM 396 ii 23,

wr. KA§ LO(!) Saalso ina KA§

L.KA9.DIN.NA SUMUN tanaddi ibid. 417

r. 14, note ina KA6 sa-bi-i m urul bdqili
(see bdqilu) AMT 68,1 r. 2; KA§ La sa-bi-i

damqti u 2.MER.TA.AN L-.ME se-be-e ina umi anni hamutta ina GN libiluni let

tanaqqi KAR 144:24; if the sick man nina . .. u KA§ Lf.DIN.NA la ultamahhar

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sabfi refuses to eat fish (meat, etc.) and beer
from the tavern keeper Kiichler Beitr. pl. 11
iii 67, also ibid. pl. 14 i 2; note: KA§ se-bu-'
2

DAM.GAR

Kraus Edikt § 16':14;

,e'am Sa

eburiki ana tamkdrigu imtadad u .e'am
,aniam ... ana sd-bi-ti-Su imtadad he

(in broken context, beside namzitu) BBR
No. 70:12; see also Practical Vocabulary Assur,

in lex. section. b' with ref. to working materials and equipment: bappir se-bi-e (among
ingredients in a prescription) Kocher BAM
302:1 and 6,

repaid the barley (profit) from your harvest to his creditor, and the other barley (that his mother told him to bring
to you) he repaid to his 8. CT 52 53:14; ,umma SAL.KA9.DIN.NA ana Im Sikarim ,e'am la imtahar ... SAL.KA9.DIN.NA

45,5 r. 4;

i

bappir Lf(.KAS.DIN.NA SILA mi-PA L1J.DIN.NA

AMT

AMT

41,1:20; (they have put figurines of me) ina utun L(j.KA9.DIN.NA in a brewer's oven AfO 18 292:34, cf. (the medications) ina UDUN Lf.DIN.NA tesekkir Kocher BAM 156:8, cf. ana UDUN LO se-pi-i ibid. 66 CH § 108:15 and 22, cf. § 111:45 and § 109:26 r.11; ina tah-ri-i L.DIN.NA tanaddilu and 34; x ,amalammi zerd<ni> ... itti you put it (the medication) in the tahrilu PN PN sa-bi-tumSU.BA.AN.TI (see zeranu) 2 of the innkeeper CT 23 13 iv 15, dupls.
AMT 4,5:3, Kocher BAM 131:6; umma KI.MIN
Boyer Contribution 211:5; 1 SAL sa-bi-tam. . .

,iati ukannuima ana me inaddii if a woman innkeeper refuses to accept barley as the price of beer (and will accept only silver using a weight that diminishes the value in beer in relation to the value in barley), that innkeeper, after being convicted, will be thrown into the water

(= sakkatirru) inamuhhi kanni Lf.DIN KA§ [. . .] it-ta-ab-x [. . .] if a skink .... over an innkeeper's rack(?) CT 38 43:68,
cf., wr. Lf.DIN.NA ibid. 32:32 (both SB Alu),

ana mahriki attardam kaspi idniimma I am sending a s.to you, give her my silver (so that they can bring me some
VAS 16 178:16, cf. kaspam ana PN sd-bi-tim idnamma liblam BIN 7 53:17; barley) 2
9AH.TUR

cf. also §umma kalbu ana kuruppi L1T.DIN.
NA MIN (= §epSu i ima) CT 39 1:81 (SB Alu); see also BM 81483:4, cited namaddu A mng. 1.

ina EI.ME

sd-bi-a-tim lis.

hurunikkumma they should look for two piglets for you in the households of the
8.-S Genouillac Kich 2 D 37 r. 5, see Kupper, RA 53 177; note, wr. L(T.DIN.NA Kraus AbB 1 39:16, SAL.LJ.DIN.NA Fish Letters

b) sabutu- 1' in OB: SAL.L(r.DIN.NA §a likaram u e'am iqpu mimma 'a iqipu

ul udaddan the tavern keeper who made a qiptu loan of beer or barley will not collect what she lent as a qiptu loan
Kraus Edikt § 15': 11, cf. SAL.Lt.DIN.NA nawe

29 r. 5; for s.as personal name see Kraus
Edikt 161f.

§a kaspam

e-e Lt.DIN.NA ana ekallim iSaqqalu ... ana ribbdtifunu muaddinu ul igassi (see muaddinu usage a) ibid.

2' in lit.: inanna sa-bi-tum dtamar paniki mutam §a dtanaddaru aj dmur now, O tavern keeper, that I have found you, may I be spared death, of which I am in
constant fear Gilg. M. ii 12, cf. ibid. 14, also CT 46 16 iii 3, and passim (all OB), Gilg. X i 1, 10, 15, 20, wr. sa-bit ibid. ii 15f. and 20, v 30;

§ 14':5f.; umma ubdrum naptarumu muds SikarSu inaddin rsal-bi-[tum mahzrat illaku gikaram inaddinum (see mud
mng. 2 a) Goetze LE § 41:31; ina qdti wardim

u amtim tamkarum u sa-bi-tum kaspam Se'am . .. adi mddim ul imahhar a merchant or a woman innkeeper will not accept (as deposit) from a slave or slave girl silver, barley, (wool, oil) and other
things ibid. § 15:10; note: SAL.L(.DIN.NA

dli kankannaa hadla ihful the city's tavern keeper shattered her jug Thompson Gilg. pl. 59 K.3200:6.
[SAL.KA§.D]IN.NA

3' other occ.: x silver isser PN sdbi4 -tim PN2 ti4u PN, the s., owes to PN 2
KBo 9 10:4 (OA).

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sabfi While the person brewing beer was called sira§ = sirdSh, the sdbH, though not directly involved in the brewing process, was responsible for brewers and

sabu
over to PN in fetters ina LO.KA§. DIN.NAM ittanmaru (and) was found in the tavern YOS 7 77:5 (NB); on the first of Tagritu ana Lt.DIN.NA limb baldta uttar he may enter an inn, he will prolong (his) life Bab. 1 204:1 (hemer.), also cited ABL 1405 r. 2; 'umma ana La sabi-e illik Dream-book 313 r. ii 3; if a dog lifts its leg ana 6igar La.DIN.NA CT

thus was not just a tavern keeper or beer
seller. This emerges from the Sum. pasku.dam. gr.ra.na sage gagan.lA til.til I6.KAA.DIN.NA Zi.munUx(PAP+

t

PAP) ki.ki
beer

the merchant's assistant
In

spends the merchant's silver, the 1 . KA9.DIN.NA eats the material for brewing
Dialogue 1:71f. (courtesy M. Civil).

39 1:82, (SB Alu).

also ana

It

LJ.DIN.NA

ibid. 83

connection with both his functions, being
in charge of the brewers and selling beer, the sdbti was also involved in credit transactions, just like the tamkdru, beside whom he or the sdbitu often appears. The "bran" (duh alone or qualified as "dry" or "moist") often mentioned in connection with the sdbu served as raw

2' in connection with performance of rituals: ana La.KA9.DIN.NA irrubma kannam u namzitam ilappatma SiriS u Nigizzida lipluruninni iqabbi (after the

t

performance of the namburbi ritual) he
enters the inn, touches the stand and the vat, and recites: May DN and DN2 absolve
me Or. NS 40 143 r. 23, also Or. NS 36 23:8, wr. Lj.KA9.DIN.NAM ibid. 24:2, wr.

material in brewing and was also a byproduct of the brewing process, which then was used as fodder, see M. Stol,
BiOr 28 167ff. Zimmern, ZA 32 166f.; Landsberger, ZDMG 69 504f., ZA 30 72 n. 1; Oppenheim Beer 12 and 41 n. 26.

Lf.DIN.NA LKA 111 r. 6, also KAR 64 r. 21, see Or. NS 36 1; ana f L.DIN.[NA T]U-ma

I

i

KA9.SAG ana Ea Sama u Asalluhi inaqqi daltu u sikkuru ilappatma KAR 234:25,
cf. STT 231 r.(!) 29; ina si-bi-e aSar hubu-ru laknu AMT 96,2:5 + K.9171 i 15; [SAHAR] ] L.KA5.DIN.NAM (among other kinds of dust) AMT 46,5 r. 6, also,
wr.

i

sibfl in bit sabi (bit sebi, bit sabiti) s.; tavern; OB, Mari, SB, NB; wr. syll. and
SL-t.(KA§.)DIN.NA/NAM; cf.

It

LJ.DIN.NA

sabA.

I brisk trade for the tavern be
a) L

bit sdbi- 1' in gen.: iddihu ana sa-bi-i isaddira there will always KAR 144:11
cf.

SAHAR bdb [L]t.KA§.DIN (var. Lj. GEATIN.NA) §a idihu ma'du KAR 144 r. 12,
var. from PSBA 23 121:19, see ZA 32 174.

i

Kocher BAM 476:7,

cf.

and dupl. Craig ABRT 1 66:19 (namburbi),

b) bit sabiti: the deserters ana sdbi-tim ana melulim illakunikkum come

i

(incantation to be recited) ,umma mihirtu ina L sa-bi-i parsat (see mihirtu B)
KAR 144:23 and dupl. PSBA 23 120:11, cf.

I

to the tavern, to you, to disport themselves ARM 1 28:17.

sAbu (sdpu) v.; to draw water; from LO (var. omits La) saalso limhurki OB on; I isdb - isdb, II(?). bi-i naramki may the inn that you (Itar) 9AM, si = sa-a-bu Nabnitu S (= XIV) 215f.; [si-i] love receive you KAR 144:19, var. from PSBA [si] = sa-bu-[u], sa-a-bu to draw water, si-i-bu
23 120:5, see ZA 32 172ff.; note: TOG GADA

,udtu ina bdb Lj.KA5.DIN.NA tanaddima
... ildihu La.KAN.DIN.NA LA-ma you throw that piece of linen into the gateway of an innkeeper, and the income of the innkeeper will diminish Or. NS 36 11 r. 15 f. (namburbi); an oblate who had been handed

A III/4:150 ff.; si.ri.da = ri-i-tu, si.ra = sa-a-bu, si.ra.bal = ah-ra-tu Erimhus IV 225ff.; [sa-am] [A] [NINDAX E(+AM)] = smu, nahb,, sa-a-bu A VII/1:18ff.; [. . .] = sa-a-bul, [MIN d] me-e, [a-b]a-lu me-e Antagal D 126 ff. Id id ka.min.na.ta a su.[luh].a u.me.ni. §A[M] : ina pi nd[rdti ki]lalle me sa-am-ma draw water at the mouth of the two rivers CT 17 38:33 f.

§d

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sabubAnu 3.TA.AM ana pan ndri tamannuma m 7 ta-sab-ma three DUG.A.G(jB.BA.ME times you recite (the incantation) over the river, and then you draw water for seven egubbt basins JRAS 1925 pl. 2 (after p. 40):15 (SB inc.), cf. (for a ritual) ina fD me i-sabba STT 73:119; Purattu issiduma ana quddu belitisunu me irequ ana sa-a-bu the Euphrates had shifted some distance from it (Sippar), and the water was too far for drawing water to maintain the purity of their majesty (that of ama§
and Aja) VAB 4 64 No. 2 i 16 (Nabopolassar), also 212 ii 2 (Ner.); lilqnim rEl.GUB a sa-

sadahu sabunu see sapunu. sabfitu see sibutu. sabfitu (sibltu) s.; OB, MB; cf. sabz~. innkeeper's trade;

am-ti karpatam §a huldlim li-sa-ba-nimme tdmtim ellutim merha [l] ieli[a] [i]na in etli let them (the seven daughters of Anu) fetch an egubbit(?) basin of carnelian, a jar of huldlu stone, and let them draw pure sea water and drive out the ergot from the man's eye JNES 14 16:24 (OB inc.), also lilqiani kannmina . . . karptilina . . li-sd-ba-ni me telilti JCS 9 9 A 19 and B 17 (OB inc.), liSdni talli[gi]nahuldli karpdti gina uqnit ebbu li-sa-pa-a-ni m& A.AB.BA tdmti rapate AMT 10,1 iii 1, also, wr. li-< is> -sa-pa-ni-im-ma ibid. 21, wr. li-sa-

le'um u kaspum ul qerbamma sa-bu-tam anaddita[qbiam] you said to me: There is no barley or silver available to me, so I am giving up the innkeeper's trade Kraus AbB 1 118:14; 2 PI,e'am ana PN idin §e'am 'a ana sd-bu-tim la takalldSu give x barley to PN, you must not withhold from him the barley which is intended for the innkeeper's trade YOS 2 8:8; barley for brewing ingredients §a PN ana PN2 ana epee si-bu-ti uqarribu that PN brought to PN2 for carrying out the innkeeper's trade TuM NF 5 21:7 (MB).
In Gilg. Y i 45 read [iter]buma anaE [fi]-im-ti,
cf. Lambert-Millard Atra-hasis 60 I 249, and see fimtu.

sadadu A v.; to make a raid, to pursue(?); Mari; I isdud; cf. saddu, sddidu.
= [x].x.u Nabnitu O 63 f. ra-da-du, [x.x].us = sa-da-du

ba-ni AMT 26,1:14, replaced by habt, q.v., CT
23 2:6; IM.DIRI A.MEg i-sa-ba-nim-ma

A.ME -i-na NU GAL clouds will draw in water, and yet there will be no (rain) water
in
them ACh Supp. IBtar 33:54 (= Labat Calendrier § 85:16),

but u-sab-bu-nim(!)90:14;

mat Ekallatim ... isdu-ud-ma the Turukkfi made a raid on GN A. 80:10, cited ARMT 14 p. 235, cf. (the Southern tribe) [. . . ana s]a-da-di-im panuSunu Saknu ARM 14 84:10 and r. 1'.
Lj.ME§ Turukki

ma(!)
Labat

(for var. see saddru mng. lb-2')
Calendrier §

note

without

mention of water: [Summa ha(?)]-bi-tum §a karpata naSdt nuna i-sa-ba-am-ma ana bit ameli uerib if a woman waterdrawer who carries a jar scoops in a fish (with the water she is drawing) and brings it into a man's house CT 41 14:15 (SB Alu); obscure: (the pregnant woman) summa ina ime [...] Summa ina ume riquti i-sa-ab ir-x-[. . .] Craig ABRT 1 4 ii 10
(tamitu).

sadadu B v.; (mng. uncert.); (only stative attested).

SB;

I

Summa §ulmu q& sa-di-id if the §ulmu is streaked(?) with filaments (followed by Summa Sulmu q& iuppus) TCL 6 3:8, also
CT 20 25 K.12648 ii 3, Summa NA GU-am sadi-id CT 51 156 r. i 14 (all SB ext.). For NB refs. see suddudu. For BRM 4 12:73
see sukuptu. For ChDiv 135/6 Choix 88 r.) 12 f. see sddidu. (= Lenormant

sabubfnu see zibibdnu. sabulhu see sapulhu.

sad~hu v.; (mng. unkn.); lex.*
sa-da-hu-umGI[G] (or M[I]) UET 6 362:2 (exercise tablet).

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sadalu sadalu s.; (a copper object); OA.* 23 hides 12 sd-da-liURUDU im emarim iti PN twelve s.-s of copper, the purchase price of the ass, are with PN TCL 14 62:5. Possibly the same word as ,andalu, q.v. *sadapu v.; (mng. unkn.); gramm.*; II.
tu-sa-da-ap 5R 45 K.253 v 37.

sadaru la ... u sa-dar sattukki to restore the sanctuaries and to provide the regular
offerings
Hinke Kudurru 5 ii 3 (Nbk. I), cf.

Possibly to be emended to tusaddad.

sadaru (sederu) v.; 1. to do regularly, to arrive regularly, to occur regularly, (both NB letters). 2. (in the stative) to be regularly engaged in an activity, to devote oneself to, 3. to 2' in hendiadys: nile ... nakru i-saarray, to set in a row, 4. (in hendiadys, dir-ma igtanahhit the enemy will keep also sudduru) to do little by little, in attacking (that) people constantly CT 39 installments, to let an unspecified time elapse before doing something, 5. sud= 17:59 (SB Alu); [ana] jdli ardikaana tubbdti si-di-ir-maIuknamma rema show favor to duru to do, send regularly, to occur regularly, 6. sudduru to do in install- me, your servant, constantly and have ments, 7. sudduru to care, to do with mercy on me BMS 21:88, see Ebeling Handcare, in detail; I isdir - isaddir (isaddar erhebung 104:38; [Summa] sa-dir-ma inug if (the earth) quakes regularly (for parKocher BAM 122:15, 396 iii 31, CT 40 11:98, and see mng. 4) - sadir, 1/2, II, note allels see mng. 5b) Thompson Rep. 263:4; Summa [ina MN] iltdnu sad-rat-ma illak assedir (YOS 3 19:9, NB, ABL 371 r. 8, NA), stative se-ed-ru (OIP 2 140:11, Senn.), se- if in MN the north wind blows continually ed-ra-ta (ABL 1290 r. 3, NA); cf. masdaruA, Thompson Rep. 123:4; f[ummal siru ina bit iii ina nereb bdbi sa-dir-ma [GIL1 if a *masdaris, sadiru, sadris, sadru adj., snake constantly keeps coiling at the ensidirtu, sidru. trance to a temple CT 40 25 K.5642 r. 10,
us.sa = sa-da-r[u] (in group with [dibl.ba = ti-is-bu-t[um], [g] ub.ba = kun-nu-[u4]) Antagal

ina sa-dar sattukki Ekur ina niqi lumduli ibid. ii 8; u§alliSma ana qereb hurldni asdi-ra tdluku for the third time I directed the march into the mountains TCL 3 13 (Sar.); Iu-kul-ti ina paniu as-sa-di-ir I regularly put feed(?) at his disposal UET 4 186:10; ultu muhhi umu §a alliku 160 qaqqar babtu 200 qaqqar ina libbi as-sedir since the day I came (here) I have regularly worked the 160 qaqqaru's, the balance of the 200 qaqqaru's YOS 3 19:9

dupl. KAR 384:10 (SB Alu);

[Summa ...

VIII 178.
sa-da-rum = a-la-ku Izbu Comm. 544, see mng. 4b. ku-un-nu-Su = su-ud-du-ru Malku IV 194; tusa-ad-da[r] 5R 45 K.253 v 35 (gramm.).

surdc] ana pan ameli sa-dir-ma illak if a falcon regularly comes toward a man CT
39 30:49b (SB Alu), cf. (in the direction of a man) ibid. 50; um tuppi ann&m ana ser belija

1. to do regularly, to arrive regularly, to occur regularly - a) to do regularly 1' in gen.: adi 7-,i turammaku ta-sadir(var. -dar)-hum-ma iballut you bathe him seven times, you give (this treatment) to him regularly and he will get well
AMT 70,7 ii 10, restoration and var. from dupl.

Kocher BAM 122:15, cf. ta-sa-dir-ma iballut RA 69 44 r. i(!) 37; [ta]-sa-dir niq . . . tanaqqi AMT 33,2 r.(!) 4; ana uddug efret 11

ugdbilam pan 1 [lim] sdbim ra-si-im §a HA.NA.ME 9 [asba]t[am]ma [ana] [GN] aku[d] u Sapilti sdbim kalulu warkija ana GN sa-di-ir illakam the day I sent this letter of mine to my lord I arrived in GN at the head of a thousand elite Hanean troops, and all the rest of the troops continue their march toward GN behind me ARM 3 14:13, also (in similar context) u Japiltumwarkigumasa-di-ir illakam ARMT 13 102:25; §u inapanijai-sa-dir idddtukka

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sadaru lb illaka he is with me, (and) will follow you ABL 143 r. 6 (NA); note dlu ti i-sa-dir-ma umilam [sa-dir]

sadaru lb
ibid. 33, restored from ibid. 103b r. 14, Thompson Rep. 111 r. 2 and 4, 252B:2 (= ABL 1447), cf. also ibid. 252D: 1, and passim,

illak that town will prosper continually
CT 38 1:13 (SB Alu), cf. Labat Calendrier § 21a: 10, also § 13:10, sa-dir BI CT 40 15:18, cf. sa-di-ir UD [...] AfO 18 74:18; note bel
..

IM.DIRI i-sa-dir-mazunnu ul izannun ACh
Supp. 58:12, see Labat Calendrier § 90:14, for var. see sdbu; [...] dAdad i-sa-dir-ma Se-

biti iudti [ultabbar] sa-da-ruu DU-ku the master of that house will be granted a long life, (there will be) continual prosperity(?)
KAR 376:22 (SB Alu), restored from Boissier DA 3 r. 11.

am innaar

Boissier DA 230 r. 15 (SB ext.); if cf. if

Venus sirha sad-rat regularly has a sirhu
VAT 10218 iii 66,

gulpae sirha sa-dir

K.4052:16.

b) to arrive regularly, to occur regularly
- 1' news, reports: tuppdt §ulum abija ana serija lu sa-a[d-r]a let letters about

3' evil, misfortune, etc.: seletum saad-ra-a-'um quarrels will be a regular
occurrence for him YOS 10 54 left edge 3
(OB physiogn.), cf. saltu sad-rat-su CT 39 2:100 (SB Alu), saltu sad-rat BiOr 11 88 line 1, and passim, see saltumngs. 1g, 2a; (from the

my father's good health come to me regularly
Voix de l'opposition 182 A 1153:41 cf. sulum ekallim ana serija lu sa-ad-ra-am ARM 10 132 r. 7', cf. ibid. 124:25, ,ulumki lu sa-di-ir ibid. 143:20, of. also ibid. temka [ana] serija lu sa-di-ir 168 r. 5';
(Mari let.), RA 42 38:22 (Mari let.), also ibid. 36 r. 10', ARM 6 51 r. 10', 54:22, TLB 4 11:50, 12:21, also temu ulami sa-di-ir OECT 3 74 r. 6', see Kraus, AbB 4 151;

twentieth of Tebetu to the second of
Addaru) sihi ina mat Aiur sa-dir the revolt continued in Assyria CT 34 50 iii 37
[ian]e(?) teme sa-dir-Sd ana biti §udti tibu sadir-ti CT 38 11:54, also (wr. ZI.GA) ibid. 12:62, Dream-book 325 r. i 19, Kocher BAM 316 ii 5, but ZI.GA (= situ) sad-rat-su STT 95:130, also KAR 177 r. iii 2, dupl. LKU 54:8, also CT 39 25 K.2898+ r. 19, ZI.GA kajanam sad-rat-su (Bab. Chron.);
Hunger Uruk 32 r. 9; KAR 42:12, see Farber Itar und Dumuzi 56;

alaktum ana mahar PN

sa-ad-ra-amtemkunu umia[m] lu rsa-adl[ra-am] TLB 4 35:9f. (all OB letters); harrdnu sa-ad-ra-at OBT Tell Rimah 120:3, cf. ibid.

78:20; tuppdtuja ana seri[ka] .. . sa-ad-ra
ARM 4 88:24.

2' natural phenomena: ina GN zunnu sad-[ru] ina GN kussu [iballi] rain will be 2

niziqtu sad-rat-su CT 28 27:37f. (physiogn.), CT 38 10:1 and 21, 15:38, niziqtu sad-rat CT 39 35:49 (all SB Alu); damiqti issima

lemuttu sad-rat my good fortune has left,
evil is continual JCS 21 128:16; puhpuhh [... sad]-rat CT 40 11:93, but puhpuhhu [(ina . . .)] i-sad-dar ibid. 98f.; see also lupnu usage c, nissatu A mng. la, lumnu mng. Ib, kimiltu, kilu mng. Ic, attal

continual in Akkad, in Subartu there will
be cold PBS 2/2 123:6 (MB meteor. omens);

Summa zunnu sad-ru

if the rains are

normal

(parallel:

Saqlu scarce,

mddu

abundant) ACh Supp. 2 Adad 103a: 13, cf. zunni sad-ru ibid. 97:13 and 15, and see

usage d-4';

8a ina bit annanna apil

zunnu A usage c, cf. Jamutu sad-rat ACh
Supp.231x:7, miluinanagbi sa-dir K.8185 :9,

see also milu A mng. le and f;

iutu

i-sa-dir-ma the south wind will blow
continually CT 39 17:72 (SB Alu), cf. (in that month) iutu sa-dir Thompson Rep. 141 r. 6;

annanna mutu lemnu habbilu sad-ru because in the house of so-and-so son of so-and-so evil death and the habbilu demon are a regular occurrence AfO 14
144:78 (bit mesiri); ana biti

in that year S5tu [u . . .] ana mati i-saddi-ra K.3091 r. 4; Summa ina mati imbaru sa-dir if there is regular occurrence of
fog in the land ACh Supp. 2 103a:31, also

dir-td death will be a regular occurrence in that house CT 38 10:4 and 13, 12:63, cf.
a4ru Si ina libbiSu mitanu sad-ru CT 39 11:42 (both SB Alu); x. BI ili ina bitifu sadrat KAR 300 r. 8; x x lumun libbi [. .. ] 12

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sadaru 2a ina kussi i-sa-dir-ma x x grief will constantly .... in the chair (in which the sexual act took place) AMT 65,3:16 (SB Alu). 4' other occs.: Summa siru ana pan ameli sa-dir if a snake continually appears in front of a man CT 38 35:50; ,umma bitu gikinSu ana kididnu sa-dir if the construction of a house is normal toward the outside (opposite: KOjR.KOJR-ir is strange) ibid. 14:7 (both SB Alu); ana elreti ildni kali.ina sa-ad-ru Sulmdnu RA 22 59 i 30 (Nbn.), cf. [.. .] lu sa-ad-ru ina mahri .[. . .] LKA 18 r. 8; tdlitti alpeka lu kajdnat [tdlit] ti senika lu sa-ad-rat JRAS 1920 566:20 (SB lit.); [dam-q]d(?)-tu-Si sadra // GAB Dream-book 319 z+3; Sa-di-irdumuq.a Her-Favor-Is-Constant (name of a slave girl) CT 45 37:1, 9, 26 (OB); [Summa ib] aSima jdnu ina pilu sa-dir (see jdnu mng. 2) ZA 43 92:38 (Sittenkanon); sad-rat hissatka mention of you is constant AfO 19 65 iii lower portion 5; Addid nir iii lu bahi sa-di-ir akallu he who pulls a god's yoke has food regularly, sparse though it
of noon

sadaru 3a regularly goes (to a woman) in the heat
CT 39 44:16 (both SB Alu); ina

mahri belu Nabium ... ana niqi ... u utnenni bel bele lu sa-ad-ra-ak tallakti before the lord, DN, may I be constant in acting with the proper procedure for (offering) sacrifices and prayer to the lord
of lords VAB 4 260 ii 52 and 234 ii 33 (Nbn.).

b) with accusative: Summa BARA ana ili qi.dti sa-rdirl if the king is constant (in bringing) gifts to the gods CT 40 8
K.2192:7, cf. ibid. 6 and 8, also (with bakd lamentation) ibid. 9, (with gir-ra-ni)ibid. 10, (with ikribi prayer) ibid. 11, also ibid. 9 Sm. 772 r. 21-23;

Summa ana il ali-u KA-ui ikribi sa-dir if his mouth is ever busy with prayer to the god of his city ibid. 11:63; Summa amelu ina SILA.LfMMU harimta sa-dir if a man regularly frequents a prostitute in the square CT 39 45:30; Summa amelu ana atammi ereba sa-dir (see altammu) ibid. 44:5 (all SB Alu), buhra lu sa-dir (see buhru) AMT 49,6 r. 5. c) other occs.: subum [S] requssu itir u girri nakrim sa-da-rum-ma sa-di-ir ul uhhtut those troops (who went to attack the enemy) returned emptyhanded and the enemy force continues to advance, it has not been deterred ARM 2 22:11; PN eriqqam ana sa-da-ri-im ilqe PN took a wagon for regular use(?) JCS 11 39 No. 31:5 (OB); obscure: Humba si-dir
BiOr 28 14 ii 20 (SB lit.); Lul-di-ri-DINGIR

be Lambert BWL 84:240 (Theodicy); ildihu
ana bit sdbi i-sad-di-ra profit will be continual for the tavern KAR 144:12 and 26
and dupl., see ZA 32 172:20 and 174:42 (nam-

burbi), cf. ildih sdbi sa-da-ri STT 300 r. 14; ir-ba say-dir-di JCS 29 66:24, see also irbu mng. 2a. 2. (in the stative) to be regularly engaged in an activity, to devote oneself to - a) with ana: [.um]ma badr ana biri kajdnu sa-dir if the diviner is constantly preparing for the extispicy BBR No. 11 r. i 19, also No. 73 r. 20; Summa BARA ana ilani sa-dir if the king is regular (in his devotions) to the gods CT 40 8 K.2192:3,
restored from dupl. CT 40 9 Sm. 772 r. 1 (SB Alu),

(personal name) ABL 964:14 (NB). 3. to array, to set in a row - a) objects: [KI].NE.ME ta-sad-dir-maGI9.MA. NU ... tes&n you set up (x) braziers in a row and load e'ru wood (etc.) on them
Or. NS 36 287:2 (namburbi), cf. 6 DUG [. .. ] ta-sa-dir JRAS 1925 45 (pl. 3):40, see TuL p. 105; KI.NE.MUR.RA u huluppaqqa ana

cf. imilam sa-[dir] is regular every day ibid. 5; Summa ana iii sa-dir (opposite:
ZA 43 94:69' (Sittenkanon); Summa ana bit il dliu sa-dir CT 40 11:65, cf. ibid. Sitqul)
64, (with ana qerdti) ibid. 86, cf. ibid. 87 and 88;

pan amal ta-sad-dir K.888:5, cf. (figurines) ana utini ta-sad-dir ibid. 9, see AfO 10 365; i-sad-di-ru (in broken context)
Or. NS 21 138 r. 3 (NA rit.); if Venus MUL. ME saa-ad-rat VAT 10218 ii 74 and 75, cf.

Summa ana bit abilu sa-dir ibid. 89; Summa amelu ina immi AN.NE sa-dir if a man

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sadaru 3b
K.11740:9,

sadaru 4a
cf. Summa MUL.A§.GAN MUL.

trained the horses (for battle) - why should I always be harassing the king's horses? (But) if the king, my lord, should give the order, I will train the horses further ABL 371 r. 8 and 12 (NA); [x sis&] Sa niri a GN §a GN2 Sa ina timali erubuni ana §arri belija alpuranni ina kallamdri a-sa-di-irsis&rakkasute ... a kajamdniu urakkasuni issenidma a-sa-di-ir x horses "path" YOS 10 18:71 (OB ext.), cf. ibid. 72 and 67; 58 [...] ina UGU-[-u-nu(?)] sa- from Barhalza and Arrapha, (destined) ad-ru 58 [...] are in a row on them for the yoke, which reached me yesterday and about which I had (previously) AfO 18 306 iii 15 (MA inv.), cf. ibid. 25; 30 aldniSu dannuti 8a ina ahi tdmti gallati written to the king, my lord, I will start tibik Sad rabUti sa-ad-ru-ma his thirty training tomorrow, at the same time I will fortified cities which are strung out along do the training of the harness horses the coast of the heaving(?) sea on the which are always used in harness ABL slopes of the great mountains TCL 3 286 71 r. 7 and 11, cf. ABL 375:14, also la-as-de(Sar.); uncert.: §a i-da-at [ahdiS?] is-dir- e-ri ina gidri shall I review them in the morning? ABL 440:14 and 545 r. 10; sabe u-ni Thompson Rep. 31 r. 9 (NA). sist ina nagi [ia] Sarri belija ana massarti b) battle line, troops: ana epeS qabli [issi] ahdmeg sa-ad-ru izzazzu in the kakki tdhazi ummdndtiSu idkd is-di-ra district of the king, my lord, the men and mihrit ummdndteja he set his army in horses are ready to do duty, aligned in motion to do battle and deployed them battle order ABL 503:13 (all NA); see also against my army Streck Asb. 158:16; qaq sidirtu and sidru. quru ana sa-da-ri esi there is little room for maneuvering ABL 17:8; ma ina nirite 4. (in hendiadys, also sudduru) to do Sar mat ASSur a-sa-di-ri [b]a-ti-qi-tu Si little by little, in installments, to let an [ina] muhhi sa-di-ri ba-ti-qi-tu~i (he said) unspecified time elapse before doing "I will line up (a battle array) against the king of Assyria" - this is a definite something - a) in OB leg.: Summa tam fact, that it is drawn up is a definite kdrum ana Samallim e'am ipatim Samnam u mimma bilam ana paldrim iddin ,amal fact ABL 515 r. 10 and 12 (coll. S. Parpola); lUm kaspam i-sa-ad-dar-maana tamkdrim dlu ana aliadi GN ulludte sa-ad-ra (troops) utdr if a merchant gives an agent grain, are positioned town by town along a line wool, oil, or other goods to sell, at each as far as GN ABL 424:14 (all NA); ina kakki sale the agent returns to the merchant nakru sa-dir-ka the enemy will keep the silver (owed for the goods) CH § 104:39, arms deployed against you Boissier DA 7:15; u [ildni] ki sa ina pani Assur se-ed-ru cf. sibdt kaspim mala ilq i-sa-ad-dar-ma mSmiu imannuma tamkdr'u ippal (the u arki Assur se-ed-ru ... ser abulli sdsu agent trading with silver received from esir on that (bronze) gate I engraved the merchant) will calculate the amounts the gods as they were lined up in battle of interest, according to the various in front of Assur and lined up behind periods elapsed, on the silver he received, AAur OIP 2 140:11 (Senn.); for other refs. and will pay the merchant CH § 100:3; see sidirtu, sidru. iStu MN UD.23.KAM 2 SLA.TA.A i-sa-adc) horses: sis as-si-dir ana mini ka da-ar-ma [...] x Gof.GAL [ana nd]Si jamdniu sisB Sa larriuladlap Summa larru kanikiSu inaddin from the 23rd of MN on beli iqabbi sis&la-as-dir I have already he will deliver [the barley (?) and] the ME sa-ad-ru if, at the side of Ikf, stars are lined up K.2329:5 and dupls.; if the kidney pusa sad-rat KAR 152:30f., (with urqa) ibid. r. 6f., also (both kidneys) sad-ra.ME9 ibid. r. 8, cf. obv. 32; Summa elenu[m] paddnim silu 3 sa-ad-[ru] if there are three holes in a row above the

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sadaru 4b chick-peas (given to him for ten days) to the bearer of the contract in installments(?) of two silas each YOS 13 66:7, cf. (silver borrowed to buy sheep for a suginU offering for provisioning the Adad temple) i-sa-da-ar-ma ana ndb kanikiu ilaqqal ibid. 374:12, also i-s[a-a]d-da-arma PN ana ndki kanikidu x kaspam inaddin Szlechter TJA 116 G 19:9, i-sa-ad-da-ruma ... inaddinu YOS 13 499:14; PN borrowed one gur of barley from PN2 a-na na-d§(?) tup(?)-pi-vu x-x-AN im-[hu-ru(?)] i-sa-da-ar-ma ippal YOS 12 248:8; note with sudduru: (loan of silver from Sin) u-sa-ad-da-ar-ma Sin ippal he will repay Sin in regular installments JCS 5 91 MAH
16361:6, cf. ibid. MAH 16354:9, cf. MA

sadaru 5b tahdtti . .. §a Gattilamma inapalejaAdad

u-sad-di-ra ina matija

Bauer Asb. 2 26:20

(= Piepkorn Asb. 98 viii 67);

Summa ina MN

Adad rigim'u i-sad-dir ACh Adad 1:13,

17:2, 24:6, Labat Calendrier § 89:1, wr. dir ibid. p. 212 r. 7, also rigimu su-ud-

u-sa-

dur ACh Adad 18:10;
[. . .]

rigmi u-sad-dir-ma

Lambert BWL 210:8 (fable); Summa ina mdti imbaru u-sa-dir Thompson Rep.

mdkalum -sa-ad-da-ru-ma Sama eppalu YOS 13 430:7; silver received from 8ama§ and Aja by four persons to buy sheep for a §uginU offering u-sa-ad-da-ru-ma UDU. U.GI.NA ana kurummat bit gama ukallu they will have ready at regular intervals the §uginU for the meal provisioning of the ama§ temple CT 45 47:19. b) other occs.: murussa i-sa-dir-§i imdt her illness will stay(?) with her, (and) she will die Labat TDP 214:18, i-sadir-[ma imdt?] ibid. 26:71; ina Seri ita natti la i-sa-a-dar (var. i-sa-dir) u m& emmuti irtanahhasma ine'e§ he drinks (the medication) in the morning, he should not let any time elapse and he should bathe in hot water, then he will
get well Kocher BAM 396 iii 31, var. from ibid. 115:9, cf. la i-sd-dar (var. u-sa-dar) ina uD.3.KAM UD.1.KAM NAG-ma ine'eS

252B:4, also su-ud-dur ACh Supp. 2 20:16; ultu andku ana GN ... z-sa-di-ru tdluku after I directed my march to Elam (and Chaldea) AfO 2094:116 (Senn.), cf. (in fragm. context) ana KUR Labnanu ana [...] u-sa-ad-di-ru [. . .] VAB 4 174 ix 28 (Nbk.); bdlu taspitu su-ud-di-ra-li-ma constantly direct prayer and supplication to her (Nana) Craig ABRT 1 54 iv 16 (= BA 5 628), cf. ana mahrika temeqija su-du-ru (Sum. broken) KAR 128 r. 17; Belet-Arba'il ... 8a epei Sarrutija u-sa-di-ra sipir damqdti DN regularly sent me oracles favorable for my exercising the kingship K.9155:14 (prayer of Asb.?), cf. iddt dumqi . . nalparti ili u istari kajdn u-sad-di-ru-u-ni ularhi= suni libbu favorable omens, sent by the gods and goddesses, continually and regularly put confidence in my heart Borger Esarh. 45 ii 7, also sipir mahhe kajdn suud-du-ra ibid. 2 ii 13; [...] ana mdtika li-sa-ad(text -AB)-di-ru (may the gods) regularly bring to your land (plenty, etc.) ABL 1283:16 (NB); duluhhz amat lemutti suud-du-ru-u-ni kajdn confusion and evil words constantly beset me Streck Asb. 252 r. 7, cf. rapddu su-ud-dur-Su Labat TDP
64:60, also cited Hunger Uruk 32 r. 8; su-ud-

he should not let much time elapse, but drink it daily for three days, and he will get well ibid. 396 i 21, var. from ibid. 111 ii 20; lamassa ira§Si i-sa-ad-dir he will always have a protective spirit, he will ....
Or. NS 16 187:15 (SB physiogn., translit. only);

Summa kalbatu 1 ulidma i-sa-di-ir
Comm. 543, for comm., see lex. section.

Izbu

du-ru guqqand qutreni nignakki the guq= qan offerings, the incense, and the censer are set out Craig ABRT 1 30:28; u andku ginnd [...] u-sa-ad-da-ra [...] Borger Esarh. 93 § 63 r. 7; uncert.: amdt Itar su-ud-du-ra Streck Asb. 180:22; obscure: if his temples pulsate and SAG.KIz-sa-dar-di his temple . . . .-s him Labat
TDP 40 r. 22.

5. sudduru to do, send regularly, to occur regularly - a) in gen.: ina zunne

b) in hendiadys: zi -sa-<da >-da-raam-ma ulabbalam and he will continue

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sadaru 5c to send me shipments (of wool) TLB 1 149:13; u-sa-ad-da-ru-ma illaku ul il=

sadaru 7b
2 MA.NA kaspu Supur su-ud-dir-nu jdnu bakdnu (see bakd mng. 2) ibid. 46:39;

lakuma simdat §arrim they (the hired men) will do regular service - if they do not, the king's ordinance (will apply) TCL
1 158:18 (both OB);

70 GUR su-ud-dir-ma §ipirti ana muhhi
Iupur ibid. 52:23 (all NB letters).

anni u-sa-dir-ma ipulu if an egirri (oracular utterance) answers a man with "yes" every time (preceded by 1-5 times)
CT 39 41:8, cf. ibid. 14;

Jumma amelu egirr

umma amelu ana

b) in hendiadys: sab-tu §a isabbatu la tapattara' su-ud-dir-a-ma ina muhhi le Suzziza' do not release (pl.) any captive they might take, but enter them in detail in a list CT 22 23:12; -sad-dar-ma ana
belija uebbila§u YOS 3 193:24; ina muhhi

altammi u-sa-dir-ma itenerrub if a man
regularly frequents the tavern CT 38 31 r. 19; if snakes ina bit ameli -sa-di-

ru-[m] a iktappili regularly coil in a man's
house STT 322 iii 9 (all SB Alu); Summa

imitti [ia] belu iMpuranndli ki nu-sad-di-ir imittu nitemid with reference to the tax about which (our) lord wrote us, we imposed the tax with care TCL 9 94:9, cf.

ersetu i-sa-dir-ma [inui]

if the earth

quakes time after time Thompson Rep. 264:3, also ACh Adad 20:53, and, wr. u-sad-dir-ma

(preceded by ina kal imi all day long)
Thompson Rep. 262D:3 (translit. only); Summa

[k]i nu-sad-di-ir[i]mitti nite[mid] ibid. 14; hussama dibbikunu aganntu alkama su(text Su) -ud-dir-a-ma itti ahhekunu dubba keep it in mind, and go and transmit these words in detail to your
brothers ABL 571 r. 4 (NB); ki agurru ina

ama ina anqulli u-sa-dir-ma DU
Samas
14:89.

ACh

c) to line up in a row: imna u mumela su-ud-dur tamharu right and left the battle lines are drawn Craig ABRT 1 55 i 3
(= BA 5 626, SB lit.); one thousand reeds

mahraka su-du-ra-ma ittisu dubba' if the baked bricks are available to you, discuss (the matter) with him in detail CT 22 118:19, cf. su-ud-dir-ma itti u dububma
UET 4 191:9, su-ud-dir-ma ina paniunu iSima CT 22 39:37, cf. ibid. 16; ki -sad-

ina libbi u-sad-dir I laid out in it (the
canal bed) Weissbach Misc. No. 4 ii 31 (NB); XMU.MES... KI DUB.SAG su-ud-du-ru-ma

di-ru dibbi aki §a eplu inapanilu ultennu when he repeated in detail the words as
they had been put before him TCL 9 80:22;

x lines listed in order, according to(?) the
incipits MSL 16 15 r. 27 (subscript of Nabnitu catalog).

sudduru to do in installments: ga itu MN ... adi MN 2 ... ina su-ud-du-ri-im iddinu §a PN imtahharu which from MN to MN 2 they paid in installments, (and) which PN has been receiving
(silver)
CT 8 2b:4 (OB); for other refs. see mng. 4a.

6.

PN §a anapani ahija aSpuru su-ud-dir-ma dinu itti PN2 epul conduct with great care the case against PN 2 (brought) by PN, whom I have sent to (you) my brother
cf. su-ud-dir-ma amur u YOS 3 166:28, [su]-ud-dir-ma PN amur BIN 1 74:30, cf. also TCL 9 115:16; su-ud-dir-a-ma
BIN 1 87:8,

bu'd make a thorough search there (for
the stolen goods) YOS 3 174:5; (the cattle

7. sudduru to care, to do with care, in detail - a) in gen.: k& de'iq ak&tab ake nasiq ak&sa-du-ur ak&kunnu §a darru beli epuguni how good, how gracious, how well chosen, how careful, how correct is that which the king, my lord, has done
ABL 358 r. 23 (NA); kzi -sad-di-ru harrdna BIN 1 28:25;

and fowl are not to come to harm) suud-dir-a-ma sukila' take care to feed
them TCL 9 143:14; ina libbi §a attuasu-ud-

dir-ma harrdna ana §epefunu Sukun take good care (of them) for my sake and send
them on their way BIN 1 9:11, cf. ibid.
25:24, 33:34, YOS 3 136:22, and passim in NB

ana IepeSu igtakan as soon as he made the
preparations, he departed

letters, wr. su-dir-ra-ma CT 22 131:21, cf. ki ... tu-sad-dir-ma harrdna ana Iepija

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saditi talkunu YOS 3 70:9; imittu 'a suluppi su-ud-dir-a-mapaqda' BIN 1 33:30; [. . .] 9E9(?) §a PN su-ud-dir-ma hursamma gu= pranndfu send us a detailed and clear (report) on the brother(?) of PN ABL 815 r. 23; Satari su-ud-dir-ma§utur ,ubila BIN 1 68:12 (all NB letters).
For PBS 5 104 (= Ea I 248a) see sudd2. For

sadeja Sad-din §a ndmede
ibid. r. 6, see Postgate

Taxation 283f.; TOG §d-di-nu GADA (in dowry list) Iraq 16 37 (pl. 6) ND 2307:26,
see Postgate NA Leg. Does. No. 14, cf. 4 TOG GADA.ME9 Postgate Palace Archive 155 v 13, 7 ToJG a-din GADA.ME§ ADD

'd-di-ni

812 r. 8 (coll.), 4 TJG Ad-din SIG 5 .ME§ Iraq 23 42 ND 2672:29, cf. ibid. 23.

LAS 278 (= ABL 337) r. 4 see §ataru. In KAV 115:21 read u-sa-da-bi-ii, from tebi, see Parpola, OLZ 1979 33. Ad mng. 3c: Oppenheim, Or. NS 11 130f.

sadati adv.(?); (mng. uncert.);

SB.*

ipqid §ira iStene'i 8a paniSu u arkiu sa-da-a-ti ittanallak ana kutum libbi ulta. massa(?) (the eagle) inspects the carcass (of the ox), searches in front of him and behind him, walking s. to and fro, striving (?) for the covering of the stomach Bab. 12 pl. 2:13 and dupls. (Etana), cf. nurub Keri istene'i sa-da-a-tiittanallakana kutum libbi ultamassa ibid. pl. 5 K.1547:3 and dupl. saddanakku (gardener) see §andanakku. saddinnu (saddinnu) s.; (a cloth and a garment); EA, Nuzi, NA. 2 sa-ti-in-nu birmu two s.-s with multicolored trim EA 22 i 44 (list of gifts of Tugratta); 7 ameluti annzitu nddindnu §a ,e'i §a sis §a immeri §a T1JG.ME9 nah: laptu(?) hullanni ToTG za-ti-ni.ME9 u KU aSdti these are the seven men who handed over the barley, horses, sheep, clothing, cloaks, s., and reins (as purchase price) JEN 588:36; 2 simittu sa-di-in-nu ilten2tu sa-di-in-nu-i§a tawarw[e] HSS 14 247:30f. (= RA 36 131), 2 simittu sa-ti-in-[ni] AASOR
16 1:27, cf. ibid. 30 (Nuzi); 2 simittu sa-[ti-

In the adoption contract JEN 588 the lines 34-36 correspond to those of lines 14-17, where iltennuti hullannu is followed by ilten. nu[ti .. .] iltennuti 9A.GADA.ME9, i.e., §A. GADA.ME9 either replaces or is given in addition to saddinnu. Thus, the reading of the log. 9A.GADA, and possibly also of 9A.GA.Di, may be saddinnu. In Iraq 20 193 No. 43:34 read probably i-di-in.

"gifts" enumerated in

Oppenheim, JCS 21 249.

saddu s.; raid(?);

Mari; cf. sadddu A.

nakrum GN us ma ... GN 2 ilq[ma] u sa-ad-[da-am] ana [1]ibb[i mdtim] uwal: Seru alpi u §allatam ilq the enemy Turukkf made a sortie, took GN 2 , and had a raiding party go into the hinterland taking oxen and booty ARM 4 21:9; PN Sa saad-di-im Sa GN PN (a woman) taken by a s. of the Southern tribe Mel. Dussaud 2 994 (citation only), cf. [. . .] sa-ad-da-am adi
pani abullija [. . .] Bottero Le problme des
Habiru 21 No. 26:24 (translit. only).

sadeja s.; (an animal, perhaps a rhinoceros); NA royal.* maddattu §a mat Musri AN9E A.AB.BA. Sa gunna serehina alap ndri sa-de-eia ... amhuru I received from him tribute from the land of Egypt, camels with two humps, water buffalo, a rhinoME

in-ni] §a PN ana mahasi ana PN2 iddin two sets of s. that PN gave to PN2 for weaving
ibid. 33, cf. (beside TJG ufpahhu) ibid. 38; 1 T(TG

dad-din buisi one s. of byssus (among tribute) ADD 936+1129 vii 3, also Borger Esarh.
101 § 67:21, ABL 568:11, 12 (let. of Senn.), cf.

ceros (?) berger).

WO 2 140 C (Shalm. III, coll. E. Soll-

10 T-jG Sad-din (as tribute or audience gift) ibid. 9, 14, and passim in this text, 4 TG 17

Tentative identification based on the shape of the animals depicted on the Black Obelisk.
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sadiditu sadiditu s.; (mng. unkn.); OB.* Jumma amnum ana sa-di-di-tim (var. u-di-tim) itur if the oil (as it spreads over the water) turns into s. (followed by if the oil turns ana ,iSitim into a film)
YOS 10 58 r. 11 (OB oil omens), see Pettinato Olwahrsagung 2 23:66.

sadiru referring to the line, row - a) 1. in a stone: huldlu sa-di-ru-u veining sum~u the huldlu ma'du huldlu kappi issuri striations, its name stone (with) numerous is "bird-wing huldlu" STT 108:19, cf. ibid. 12 and 20, dupl. 109:13, 21f.; abnu ,ikinfu kima surri arqiu sa-di-[riilu] the stone's appearance is like green flint and it has veins Kocher BAM 194 vii 9 and 12 (series abnu §ikinsu). b) row, order: these are the kings from after the Flood ana sa-dir ahamed la sat-ru (or sad-ru) they are not listed in sequence 5R 44 i 20, see Balkan Kassit. Stud. 1; sa-di-ri (in broken context) ZA 43
13:8 (SB lit.).

Either sa-di-di-tim should be emended to u-di-tim, or vice versa. sadidu s.; foraying party; OB, SB; wr. Id-di-di Labat Suse 7:9f.; cf. sadddu A.
qu-ud-mu = mah-[ru] front, ul-lu-u former, sa-di-du = mah-[ru-u] Malku III 68ff., also CT 51 156 r. ii 6 (ext. comm.); sa-di-du = [.. .] Izbu Comm. 345.

nakrum sa-di-di-ka u muhattipika [. . .] ana libbi ummatika ikammisamma the enemy will gather your advance parties and your .... .- s into your regular army(?) YOS 10 28:10 , cf. ana kakki sa-di-id-ka[. . .] RA 44 13:12 (both OB ext.); sa-di-id-ka ana KUR irrub Lenormant Choix 88 K.3683+ r. 12 (coll. E. Sollberger), sa-di-id nakri ana KUR irruba ibid. 13; sa-di-di-ia nakru iddk the enemy will kill my s. TCL 6 2:3, cf. sa-di-di nakri addk ibid. 4 (SB ext.), dupl.
CT 30 7 Rm. 115:3f., also CT 51 115 i 5, r. ii 6f., also, wr. Sd-di-di Labat Suse 7:9f.;

2. roped-off area, ruled-off section a) roped-off area: in the mountains arme turdhenajaleIA-e-le.MES inasa-di-ra-a-te. ME utemmeh sugulldte4unu iksur he drove (?) mountain goats, ibexes, deer, and stags into roped-off areas and formed herds of them AKA 141 iv 20 (A§§ur-belkala). b) section of a text (between parallel lines): excerpt from the series Uruanna a. .. ammu gabar §amme ina libbi samr huma la ilS sa-di-ru in which (names of) plants equivalent to (other) plants were collected in mixed fashion but which were not organized into sections CT 14 9 r. ii 3f.
and dupl., see Hunger Kolophone 321:5, cf. SAG kimama ah DUB.ME§ LIBIR.RA.ME§ [...]

uncert.:

Nindubur(?) sa-di-du

[. . .]

PBS 1/1 2:68 (OB lit., coll. W. G. Lambert); [. .. ] ha-a-a-tu EGIR.ME9-,ud sa-di-di [...]
K.8037+ :3 (tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert).

In Lambert BWL 72:39 [sa-di]-du is possibly to be restored on the basis of the commentary's explanation ana qudmu. A connection with Sum. s a. DI "first string" through an Emesal form *sa. did (a), proposed by A. Kilmer, Studies Landsberger 265, is unlikely. sadirtu see sidirtu. sadiru s.; 1. line, row, 2. roped-off area (?), ruled-off section; SB; pi. sadiru and sadirdtu; cf. saddru. 18

rimma sa-dir-di-nu [. . .] the headings of the old tablets, as previously their sections [. .. ] ibid. 11, ina sa-di-ri ,umunu ul imbi he did not mention their (the plants') names in the (first) sections ibid. 16, sa-dir-iuIGi-ma la ur-ri I checked(?) its sectional arrangement but did not .... Ai. VII iv 23 (subscript), cf. §U.NIGfN 3 9u sad-ru MU.BI.IM (possibly 3 §U 52, see
Weidner, AfO 16 209) Ai. III colophon. Landsberger, MSL 1 p. ix.

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sadi'u sadi'u s.; (mng. unkn.); NA.* Five persons ina ekalli LJ sa-di-a-x (in broken context) Tell Halaf 17:10.

sadru
2. regularly occurring, continual, standard quality - a) regularly occur-

ring, continual: ME sa-ad-ru battles will
be continual ACh Supp. 20:8, cf. sihu

Possibly a profession.
sadiu see *sdd. sadliu (wide) see ladlu.

se-ed-ru (vars. sid-ru, se-ed-ri) ina ekal sarri ibassi ACh Supp. 2 70:21, 78 i 1, vars.
akala from 82-7-27,137:14, K.8278 r. 16; sa-ad-raikkal Kraus Texte 50:37, CT 39 4:46, Dream-book 319:z+17; [zunnu] tahdiuti mil sad-r[u-tiinamatAkkadi] GAL.ME Borger

Esarh. 17 Ep. 13:38, citing, wr. se-[ed-ru-tu]
ACh Istar 17:12,

sadril adv.; regularly, continually; SB*;
cf. saddru. summa birsu sa-ad-ril itanammar if one luminous phenomenon after another is sighted regularly CT 38 29 r. 45 (SB Alu),
dupl. K.13795+8650:4, see Caplice, Or. NS 40 166;

cf. zunne tahduiti mile se-

ed-ru-ti ina mat Akkadi iba t there will

be copious rains, regular high water in
the land of Akkad
196:6, Thompson Rep. 185:8, also, wr. sad-ru-ti ibid. 271:13;

milu sa(var. Sa)-ad-ru ana mdti illakma
KUB 4 63 iii 9 (Bogh. astrol.), see Leibovici, RA 50 16, var. from KUB 37 161:5, also mlu DIRI // milu sad-ru ACh Supp. 58:13.

Summa

§urdnu

ana apti bit ameli sad-rig

ultandr if a cat continually keeps arching into the window of a man's house (preceded by usir) CT 39 48 BM 64295:12 (SB
Alu).

b) standard quality (said of staples):
1.ME sad-ru standard quality oil (followed by specific kinds) Practical Vocabulary
Assur 134, also NINDA.ME§ sad-ru, NfG.DA.

sadru (sedru, fem. sadirtu) adj.; 1. in a

row, ordered, 2. regularly occurring, continual, standard quality; from OB on;
cf. saddru.
ninda.ir.ra = sad-[ruml = DU-bu-[x-x] Hg. B VI 65, in MSL 11 88. Ji-in-tu, qerdu = Si-pat sad-ri CT 18 14 D.T. 58 r. If.

ME

sad-ru (each followed by specific
ibid. 149, 163; itti 4 SILA ZfD. bitqa anasad-

kinds)

MUNU,(PAP+9E) 4 SILA qem

ru tanaddi you pour x bitqu flour into the ordinary flour with x flour of malt
(for tanning the hide) RAcc. 14 ii 24, cf. x qemu ana sad-ru AnOr 8 20:12, cf. qemu sad-ru (also beside bitqa) Camb. 374:4, 9,
Dar. 200:8, wr. sa-da-a[r] GCCI 1 203:2 (NB), wr. sad-ru Knopf, Hewett Anniversary Vol. pl. 22 A:2, wr. sa-dar ibid. B:2, AnOr 8 35:10, wr. sad-dar CT 56 97:2, 107:8, and passim, wr. sad-dir ibid. 95:1, 96:2, Dar. 218:15, and passim in NB; 9E able sa-ad-ru able sa-ad-ru-ti CT 33 13:5 (NA), also Postgate Royal Grants No. 45 (= AfO 21 pl. 5):5, No. 42:10, 18, etc., 9E 8u'u sa-ad-ru-ti ibid. 7; NINDA.ME sad-ru Iraq 23 53 ND 2789:2, 6, 11, ADD 979:4, 1023:9, r. 3, BBR No. 67:7 (all NA); referring to wool: x sfG ZA.GIN SA 5 sa-dir-td Tell Halaf 62:3 (NA); note:

1. in a row, ordered - a) in a row: GIA.SAR DN ahi Arahtum sa-ad-ru-tum u

tdl5 a libbu eqlim the date grove of the god Amurru on the bank of the Arahtu, (trees) standing in rows and young trees
in the middle of the field VAS 7 34:3 (OB), see Landsberger, MSL 1 193; 2 elilu sadru(var. adds -i)-tu two elilu songs in sequence (or: divided into sections) KAR
158 viii 31, var. from vi 21 (Liederkatalog).

9E

b) ordered: sa-ad-ri pak-ka-ku dubr bubil t[u-. . .] you [. . .] your well-ordered mind like a raving (?) (man) Lambert BWL
72:35 (Theodicy).

he will teach him the entire craft of the
cook
NINDA.HI.A DI-nu-

[\u] sa-ad-ri

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sadru (the preparation of) bread (made from?) ground (flour?) and regular (flour?) TuM
2-3 214:7 (NB).

sAdu
sheep come and graze in the pasture among the men of the Ubanat tribe ABL 282 r. 13, cf. ki ... iSten immeru ana sa-adu 8a mat Elamti ip-te-er-ku ul uballatka ibid. r. 21; qaqqar sa-ad Puratti CT 54 141:12; the chariotry and the foot soldiers sabe gipSi sdbe name sdbe puhri sabe suti-i u sa-ad KUR (var. sa-ad ma-[...])
IM 67692:5, var. from D.T. 144 r. 10 (tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert).

For KUR.RA §a akdapi (possibly to be read sadru) see aAkdpu discussion section. The reading of TJG.KUR.RA in NB (see, e.g., Oppenheim, JCS 4 191) is unknown. sadru s.; (a beverage); NA; cf. sadru in 'a sadriu. (as penalty) he will eat one mina of qerdu wool ammar aganni sad-ru iSatti of he will drink one agannu-containerful s.
Postgate Palace Archive 17:24, also AJSL 42 228 No. 1182:6, wr. MAA.SU sad-ru ADD 498:6,

sadu B

s.; (an alloy of gold); NB; pl. sdddni.

NA(?),

for other refs. see agannu usage b. The reading of the first sign (KUR) may be other than sad-. The proposed meaning is supported by the occupation §a sadriu. For other interpretations see agannu discussion section, and von Soden, Or. NS 26 136. sadru in 9a sadrigu s.; seller of sadru beverage; NA*; cf. sadru s. ,d sad-ri-Su DUMU URU Ninua ADD
iv 3. von Soden, ZA 64 130.
953

batqu §a ajari §a o shekel of gold hurdsi sa-a-du §a DN for repairing a rosette of s.-gold belonging to the Lady of Uruk GCCI 1 135:3, cf. VAS 20 96:3, 1 ajaru
sa-a-du ibid. 126:10; 1 Gj.UN 20 MA.NA Kt.GI 1 Gf;.UN sa-a-du ina qdte mar Sipri

ana Sar GN ultebila he sent x gold and x s. with a messenger to the king of Babylon (report of the sacking of a temple treasury) ABL 1247:18; [2 GfN] sa-a-du (listed as belonging to the Lady of Uruk)
YOS 7 183:7 (all NB); uncert.: [. . .] a-a-ri sa-da-ni DN Kt.GI ADD 930 ii 5.

sadru see sidru. sa'du (or sa'ddu) v. (?); (mng. uncert.); SB.*
[zi-il] [NUN] = sa(?)-'-du A V/3:4.

(sddiu) adj.; from, or belonging *sad to the pasture-land; Nuzi; cf. sddu A. 14 laliu SAL.ME sa-di-i 8 laliu NITA. ME sa-di-u-ma 14 female kids from the pasture, eight male kids also from the pasture CT 51 8:4f., see von Soden, Salonen
Festschrift 329.

tele'i sa-'-du kussudi mahar lan you the crippled to compete are able to .... and race STT 71:22, see Lambert, RA 53 135. Under kussudu, the interpretation that sa'du is an adjective parallel to kussudu was proposed; in either construction, the acc. kussuda would be expected. sadu A s.; meadow, pasture; SB, NB; cf. *sdd. immerini lillikunimma ina libbi Lj U-ba-a-a-na-at ina sa-a-du likulu let our

sadu v.; to slay;
sa-a-dum = da-a-ku

OB, SB, NB; I isad.
Malku I 110; sa-a-du =

na-a-ru to slay An VIII 45.

itu lemnelu ikm i-sa-du after he had captured and slain his enemies En. el. IV 123, also, wr. i-sa-a-du ibid. I 73; DN sd-i-id njkirim DN, slayer of the enemy
JRAS Cent. Supp. pi. 7 r. i 8 (OB lit.), cf. sa-'-idi gdri JCS 19 123:17 (Simbar-Sipak); [. .. ] sa-a-'-diU [. . .] ABL 1365 r. 14 (NB).

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sididtu

saganu it is an incantation for s.
CT 23 1:8, cf.
ibid. 8:48, 10:22, 11:35, etc., also Kocher BAM 128 iv 25, dupl. 124 iv 28, also 129 i 7 and passim, (prescribing wearing stone charms ina giSiu on his thigh) ibid. 128 iv 32, (ina qablidu kinsiu u kisallilu around his waist, leg, and ankle) ibid. 129 i 19, (referring to §umma amelu SA IJR-

sadutu s. (?); (a qualification of the edge of a garment); MB.*
1 T(JG.GIj.f i'-lum KA GtN.A sa-a-duta one i'lu cloak with multicolored s. edge (contrasted with KA GtN.A ti-hu-ut taline 40) BE 14 157:35, cf. [x] [TJG.GiJ. U (?)1 . . . K[A GtTN.A(?)] 8sa-adu-[ta] TuM NF 5 42:2, see Aro Kleidertexte 19;

kil-tum

1 TOjG.KI.MIN (= GjO.f) KA sa-du-t[a] PBS
2/2 128:14.

(list of stone charms) x NA 4 .ME9 SA.GAL ina gi i [...]
§d kalauma tabku) ibid. 130:24,

x stones for s., [to tie] on the thigh Kocher
BAM 350:4, cf. ibid. 354 iii 3, STT 274:4; amelu §a SA.GAL isbatuSu ana ndri teleqqiuma

For the reading of KA GON.A (appu or p birmu) see appu mng. 2 f. sa'edu see sa'idu. sa'eru see sa'uru. sagallu s.; 1. (a muscle or tendon), 2. (a disorder affecting the s. muscles);

the man whom s. has afflicted you take
to the river CT 23 8:48; lipir limmat rimUti u SA.GAL (magic) treatment of

paralysis (?), rimtu paralysis, and s. KAR
44 r. 9.

c)

other occs.:

KI.MIN (=

ultu kaldti)

sa-gal-lum from the kidneys (stems) the s.
Hunger Uruk 43 r. 29;

SB; Sum. lw.; wr. syll. and SA.GAL.
sa.gal = sa-g[a-a]l-lum Nigga Bil. B 249; [sa.gal].mu = sa-gal-l[i] UgumuBil. Section D 7.

lu makadu lu SA.GAL

lu 9U.GIDIM.MA

AMT 22,2:9, cf. STT 138:23

and dupls., see MSL 9 105, also, wr. sa-ga-la
Kocher BAM 338:26; the 16th and 17th of Tagritu are SA.GAL ana bulluti for healing s. STT 300:21, cf., wr. sa-gal-la BRM 4

1. (a muscle or tendon): see Ugumu, in lex. section; ,umma amilu SA.GAL-ii i-ta-dar UET 6 410:28, see Gurney, Iraq 22

224; the illness seized the thigh, the leg,
the ankle qabla rapatu u gaalli gu-ubgu-ba puhur Ser'dni sabit Sa annanna apil annanna puhur kalinunu SA.GAL Kocher
BAM 124 iv 20.

20:36, and note in the hemerologies for Tagritu: SA.GAL imarras he will fall
ill with s. KAR 177 r. i 21, cf. ibid. r. ii 22, r. iii 30, dupl. Iraq 21 48:16, 52:40, also SA.
GAL GAL-u - 8. will befall him KAR 177
r. ii 15, dupls. KAR 147 r. 5, Iraq 21 50:36. Zimmern, ZA 30 225f.

2. (a disorder affecting the s. muscles) - a) symptoms: urmma SA.ME§ UZU. fOR- i iteni itanakkaluSu [uzuz]za u italluka la ile'i SA.GAL MU MIN if the

sagallu see sagdcu.

muscles of his thigh hurt him simultaneously to the point that he can neither stand nor walk about, its name(?) is s.
CT 23 1:1, cf. SA.GAL (as diagnosis) Labat TDP 140 iii 39, cf. Summa amelu SA.GAL GIG [. . .] AMT 42,6:2, Kocher BAM 130:1,

sagalluhu
Hurr. lw. (?).

s.;

(a plant);

plant list*;

[j sa-g] al-lu-hu : 0 kil-ba-nu ina -b[a-ri] - s. is called kulbanu in Subarian Uruanna I 589; f sa-gal-lu-hu : kl-ba-nu ina ti-ba-ri Uruanna

II 92.

345:13.

saganu s.; (an official); NB*; Aram. lw. amur ana pani Lj sa-ga-ni-id at-ta-lak see, I am going to my s. (with a complaint?) YOS 3 142:26.
From Aram. segdnd, see von Soden, Or. NS
46 193.

medical and magical treatment: -ipta annmta ana qutdri u rimki Sa SA. GAL [...] [you recite] this incantation over the fumigant and the bath for the s.
CT 23 3:15; KA.INIM.MA SA.GAL.LA.KAM

b)

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sagarrfl sagarrfi s.; (a musical instrument or type of song); lex.*; Sum. 1w.
sa.gar = sa-[ga(r)-ru-um] Nigga Bil. B 294.

sagbfi
SAG.[KAL], ba-ba-lu, sag-bu-[d], Is-sag-gu-[u],

nu-ti-a-x, ma§-su-u = a-4d-ri-du Malku I 56-61, see Landsberger, MSL 2 103 f.

For Sum. sa.gar.ra see

Falkenstein,

ZA 49 96f., Wilcke, Sumerological Studies Jacobsen 252 ff.

a) guard troops: sa-ag-bu itdt GN walbuma anaGN 2 eteqam ul ele'i the guard troops are stationed near Kish, and I
cannot go on to GN 2 YOS 2 118:4 (OB let.); u ahardtam ... Lt.ME sa-ag-bu li buma

sagiau NA.*

(or sagallu) s.;

(a container);

(various jars or jugs) 16 DUG sa-gaSu(or -la) naphar 258 kannu KAI 16 s.vessels, a total of 258 kannu jars of beer
ADD 1126:7 (coll. W. G. Lambert).

The emendation to sa-ga-te(!) proposed AHw. 1003a s.v. sdgu I is unlikely because
the det. DUG is not used with sdgu.

§a ana libbi naw&m ana eteqim panuSu §aknu liks[u]nimma and on the far side of the river let s. position themselves, and let them arrest anyone who tries to get through to the pasture-land ARM 2 98 r. 6; u beli alrdnum sa-ag-bi liSkunma [d]lik harrdnim la uwa8ar and my lord should station guard troops there and
let no traveler through ARM 5 36:27; awilu

sagbannu see sagbdnu. (sagbannu, Sagbdnu) s.; sagbanu disease); OB, SB; Sum. lw. (a

a ana sa-ag-bi PN merhum eli nawrm 'a belija ilkunu the men whom PN, the merhu official, has stationed as guard troops over the pasture-land of my lord ARM 14 86:17; 1000 sdbam ann[m] ultas,
bitma 500 sdbam ana ma[ssarti] dlim

sag.ba.na = sag-ba-nu (in group with rapddu and siddnu, followed by the group §alatu, malkadu, and §u'u) Erimhug I 265; gi-ir GfR = sag-ba-an-ni A VIII/2:242, cf. si-im-mu sag-[ba-nu // ... .]u" dUTU / sag-ba-nu // ma-mit / SAG // ma-mit// AN // [. .. ] A VIII/2 Comm. 23f.

(various diseases) §a-ag-ba-nu u Sa§ latu itu ziqqurrat(var. serret) Sam urduni - s. and the 'aatu disease came down
from the udders of the sky JCS 9 8 A 8,

ilku[n] u 500 sdbam ana [massarti] lidtim ina GN ilkun u sa-ag-bi-§u utakkilamma ittalkam he assembled these thousand troops (including three hundred elite troops), he assigned five hundred men to guard the city and five hundred men in GNto guard the cattle, exhorted his s.-s,
and left ARM 5 1 r. 12'; aum sa-ag-[bi] 8a hala. PN u PN2 mimma sa-ag-buul 8aknu ... ana sa-ag-bi ahum nadi concerning the outposts of the district of PN and PN2 ,

cf. liballia .. . .a-ag-ba-na u 8alata ibid.
29, dupl. 10 B 7 and 25 (all OB inc.), cf. sa-

ma-nu sag-ba-nu (in similar enumeration)
K.8487:5, cf. air malkadu sagallu sagba(var. adds -a)-nu Kocher BAM 338:26, and
dupls., var. from STT 138:23, see MSL 9 105;

no outposts have been set up, with regard to the outposts there has been negligence ARM 2 97:12, 15, and 21; u a8um sa-ag-biim [§a in] a GN ARM 5 61:14, cf. [sa]-agbu-um ... ul Sakin ibid. r. 2'; my lord should give strict orders to PN 5 LJ. ME sa-ag-bi qadum GIS.IGI.KAK- U-nU

§umma mursu ina §ep ameli usdmma kima

bubu'te iharras sdg-ba-nu MU.NE
bubu'tu usage a)
Goetze, JCS 9 13.

(see

AMT 74 iii 13, cf. [. . sa] -ag-ba-nu-um himeta §E' AMT 75 iii 26.

liddin that he should furnish five s.-men
with their lances(?) ARMT 13 41:21; amfali PN GAL MAR.TU illikamma dannmtim [a]Jum sa-ag-bi-im uwa'erbu yesterday

sagbu see sagb2. sagbf1 (sagbu) s.; guard troops, vanguard; OB, Mari, SB.
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the s. ARM 5 43:19; itu Sa beli uleleru

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sagdfi 1 lim ad[bam] sa-ag-ba-a-am ana pan
naw&[m] uesui u Han ina GN red [PN]

saggilmud sagdullu s.; (a type of headgear); syn. list*; Sum. Iw.
sag-dul-lum = ku-ub-Su An VII 246.

ukdl since my lord left I have sent out one thousand guard troops to the edge of the pasture-land, but the Haneans are in
GN at the disposal of PN ARM 2 27:4; itu

saggilatu s.; (an alkaline plant); SB, NA; Sum. Iw.
t(.TU 9 .NIM (var. J.KUtu-ni'imNIM),
i

mahar PN sa-ag-bu ubarriunim ummami
madru ipri Ltj ESnunna ana salimim u

if-kdt

damqdtim ana ser larrim illakunim from
PN the s.-s report that envoys of the king

MIN : j sa(vars. sag, [sa]-ag)-gi-la-tu (var. u SAG. fL-tu) Uruanna II276-276a; tO.KU.NIM : A9 SAHAR hallulaja Uruanna III 127.

of Eshnunna are on the way to the king
to negotiate peace
ARM 2 44:39;

sa-ag-

bu-ia

da-an-nu-i,

also

dannu beli la i[nahhid] unpub. Mari letters
cited Dossin, ARMT 5 p. 123.

sa-ag-[bu-ia] AMT 5,5 ii 14. b)

a) in med.: tj sag-gi-la-td (with other medications, against kurdru of the head) as ornament(?): Talmetu sa-gi-lat

b) vanguard: aqqulli ere dannuti sagbu-u-ia uallima puluk ladi zaqri pildni uparriruma utibbu girru I equipped my s.-men with strong bronze pickaxes, and they made a good road, hacking out rocks from the mountain peaks like dressed
stone TCL 3 24 (Sar.); nakru eli §ubat sagbi-ia [.. .] the enemy will [.. .] the ambush of my outposts KAR 422:24 and 26 (SB ext.); sag-bu-ia damqil re8 eq[li . .. ]

hurdsi ina burki DN ti-la-la DN hangs a gold s. at the lap of Nabfi TIM 9 54:12
(NA lit.).

Cf. [.

s a g. i] 1 = mangu, qaqqullu, Sa:

metu cited mangu B. Since the sign KUR
in the TIM 9 ref. can be read with several

values, the interpretation of this ref. is uncertain.
Thompson DAB 35.

my vanguard will [attain? its] objective
in good order ibid. 22 and 28, cf. ibid. 25, cf. sag-bu-ia ana mat nakri [.. .] ibid. 29, sag-bi-ia nakru [. . .] ibid. 23, sag-bi nakri ana matija [...] ibid. 30, ne'u ina sagbi-ia [. . .] ibid. 9.

saggillimud see saggilmud. saggilmud (sangilmud, saggillimud) s.; (a stone and the color characteristic of
it);
SB, NB; wr. (NA 4 .)SAG.GIL.MUD. na 4 .sag. gil.mud = haS-ma-nu = sag-gil-li-mud (var. sa8-an-gi-il-mud) Hg. B IV 113 and dupl., in MSL 10 33; [NA 4] ha'-ma-nu: NA 4 sag-gi-lim[ud] Uruanna III 169, in MSL 10 70; for varieties and objects made of na 4 .sag.gil.mud = haJmdnu, see Hh. XVI 329ff. and RS Recension 265ff., cf. na 4 .sag.gir.mud, na 4 .kigib.sag. gir.mud, na 4 .lagab.sag.gir.mud MSL 10

Possibly the SB refs. and sagbf in the syn. list are to be separated, as 1w. from Sum. *sag.bu, from the OB and Mari refs. The interpretation of the first two signs in SA GAB NUN (= rub??) pd (KA)
muttalla [ilakkan?] KAR 460:22 is not

60:174ff. (Forerunner to Hh. XVI); tug.sag.gil.

clear. See also sakpu s.
von Soden, Or. NS 15 427f.; Dossin, ARMT 5 123; Edzard, ZA 56 146; M. Anbar, UF 6 439ff. and 7 592.

mud MSL 10 152:208, sig.sag.gil.mu[d] 150:51 (both Forerunners to Hh. XIX).

ibid.

a) in gen.: abnu ikinu kima [. . .]-ni um[su] the stone which looks like [.. .] is called s. STT 108:88; KUR Hazi KUR-di NA 4 .SAG.GIL.
NA 4 .SAG.GIL.MUD

sagdfi s.; (a type of headgear); list*; Sum. Iw.
KU(var. a)-gu-i, KU-s8e-, An VII 243ff.

syn.

MUD

Mount Hazfi, the mountain of

sag-du-d = ku-ub-Su

s.-stone Borger Esarh. 56 iv 57, dupl. Sumer 12 20 iii 15; [Summa . .. bi]rqu Sa kima

NA 4 .SAG.GIL.MUD istu libbi 8amli i~tanah

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saggu A hit if lightning which (looks) like the s.-stone (in color) keeps shooting out from
the middle of the sun ACh Adad 6:15; 1 MA.NA NA 4 .SAG.GIL.MUD one mina of
64:8 (NB); lamui qabl4ti NA 4 .SAG.GIL.MUD

sagiru
*saggullu s.; mace; Bogh.*; wr. SAG.GUL.

pilaqqa ubluni qandti itbalu kirassa
ublunim SAG.GUL itbalu they brought a

s.-stone (in a miscellaneous list) GCCI 2

spindle, (and) they took away the arrows, they brought a hair clasp, (and) they took
away the mace KBo 1 11 r.(!) 17, see Giiterbock, ZA 44 122.

§a Igigi the middle sky is of s.-stone, it belongs to the Igigi (between the upper sky, of luludanitu stone, and the lower sky, of jasper) KAR 307:31, see TuL p. 33. b) as a charm: SAG.GIL.MUD MUA. GfR sahhi (and other beads and stones against mimma lemnu "everything evil")
Kocher BAM 376 ii 19, also ibid. 356 ii 1, cf.
AMT 102:22, 30, UET 4 149:1, 152:2, cf. also AMT 7,1 i 6, ii 13, STT 273 iv 18, Kocher BAM 370 iii a 3, 420 ii 3, also (associated with zodiacal constellations) Weidner Gestirn-Darstellungen pl. 6 ii 10, see p. 17 sub 2 (Virgo), p. 39 K.11151 i 7, and p. 46 VAT 7815 r. 12, note, wr. SAG. LI.MUD Kocher BAM 237 i 47. Landsberger, JCS 21 172.

The symbol for the male, corresponding to the symbols pilakku and kirissu for
the female, is GI9.TUKUL according to the Sum. incantations VAS 17 33:22 and parallel, cited van Dijk, Or. NS 41 346; the Bogh. scribe may have written SAG.GUL for GI9.TUKUL.

saghulhazakku hulhaz.

see mukil reSi and sag:

saghulhazfi (saghulhazakku) s.; (a demon, lit. the one who provides evil); SB; Sum.
lw.
lu sag-hul-ha-zu GIG AMT 22,2:10, cf. STT 57:23, SAG.HUL.HA.ZA-kU KAR 246:21, see Laessoe Bit Rimki 58:71.

saggu A adj.; (a size of measuring vessel); lex.*; Sum. 1w.
dug.sag =
= namandu) Hh. X 195, cf. [dug.sag] = [Au-gu] = mah-ru-u Hg. A II 81, in MSL 7 111.

Av-[gu]

(followed by dug.ninda

For refs. wr. SAG.HUL.HA.ZA see mukil reIi mng. 3b, and see Farber, ZA 64 87ff.

sagiddsi s.; (mng. uncert.); lex.*; Sum.
1w.
sa.gid.da = sa-[gid-du-um] Nigga Bil. B 295.

The Akk. word may possibly be read dugsaggu.
Salonen Hausgerate 2 353.

saggu B (or Saggu) adj.; (mng. uncert.); MB.*
Sa ...

The word may refer to either a type of stringed instrument or a type of net, lit. "long net."

sag-ga sakka sakla samd nz2'a sagikku s.; (mng. unkn.); Mari.* anumma na-ah-[sa-bi] 11 GfN K[tT.
BABBAR] SuqultaSu sa-gi-ik-k[i] .. . ina

dubbuba uld<la> ula§§u anyone who has a s., a halfwit, a simpleton, an inept or ignorant or feeble-minded man remove
(this stela) RA 66 166:34, also 173:66 (both MB kudurrus).

gusdnim aknukamma ana ser belija uSdbi lam I have put in a leather bag under
seal the .... .- s weighing x shekels of

For similar enumerations,
taggu, see sakku adj.

omitting

silver, and the s.-s, and sent them to my
lord ARMT 13 12:9.

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sagiqqu see sakikku. sagiru see sakru.

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sagittu sagittu s. fer.; Aram. lw. (a priestess?); NB;
KtT.GI MURUB
4

sagkuddf
NA 4 .SAG.KAL KtT.GI.GAR.

RA

(a necklace with) 17 genuine lapis

10 §andti a' PN abua kim x kaspi ina pani PN2 SAL sa-gi-it-tum makanu ki iMkunanni apallahu fPN2 Simta ubilsuma arkitu fPN 3 tappaqidma for these ten years that my father, PN, left me as pledge for
x silver with fPN2 , the s., I served her PN 2 passed away, and fPN3, the next (s.) was invested RA 12 6:5 (NB), cf. fPN2 [sa]gi-it-tum mahritu PN 2 , the former s. ibid.
15 and 27, wr. sa-git-tz git-td ibid. r. 2. von Soden, Or. NS 37 271. ibid. 7 r. 3, PN 3 sa-

lazuli beads, 16 SAG.KAL beads, 35 gold beads, in the middle there is one SAG. KAL set in gold EA 25 i 51, cf. ibid. 47, 50,
NA 4 .GUG 5 nu-'ir-[m]a-aNA 4 .S[AG.KAL(?)] ibid. ii 4, cf. ibid. i 65.

sagkidabbfi s.; (an illness of the head); SB; Sum. lw.; wr. SAG.KI.DAB.BA.
... Summa amelu SAG.KI.DAB.BA irtanadri qaqqassu tugallab tasammidma iballut

sagkallu (fem. sagkallatu) adj.; most; OB; Sum. lw.

fore-

if a man keeps getting s., you shave his head, put a compress (on it, with the prescribed medications), and he will recover Kocher BAM 11:1, cf. ibid. 21 and 23, 323:89, CT 23 46 iv 2, AMT 97,4:30, 102:20, K6cher BAM 578 ii 18, and passim; Summa
SAG.KI.DAB.BA 9U.GIDIM.MA ina zumur

sag-kal ahhika uir Samd'i (Adad) foremost among your brothers, bull of heaven
CT 15 4 ii 3; sag-kal-la-at Igigi HS "175"
(= 1884) iii 23, cited von Soden, CRRA 11 p. 105 and R6mer, Studien Falkenstein 195.

The reading of the name of the stone
wr. NA 4 .SAG.KAL is unknown. For lex.

amili il-ta-za-az-ma lapatir inapan sindi u ipti la ipparras if s., (that is) the "hand of a ghost," rages without a break in a man's body, and cannot be removed by either compress or incantation AMT
102:1, cf. ibid. 6; Summa amelu SAG.KI.DAB.

texts see [na 4 .sag.kal] = [.. .] Hh. XVI 319, cf. na 4 .sag.kal = ma za-gu MIN ri-du RS Recension 261f., in MSL 10 47; na
sag.kal = x-[x-x] = [...]
in MSL 10 34; na 4 . s ag.kal

(coll., text corrupt), na 4 .sag.kal = a-8a4.

BA ina la adanniSu uv-i if a man is prematurely afflicted with s. Kocher BAM 3
iii 7; SAG.KI.DAB.BA iralli KAR 177 r. i 19, cf. SAG.KI.DAB.BA GAL-62 ibid. r. iii 23,
also Iraq 21 48:12, 50:27 (SB hemer.); : Sammi SAG.KI.DAB.BA § CT 81-2-4,267:3f., [. .. ] 14 36 cf. 18 bultu 8a SAG.KI.DAB.

Hg. B IV 121,
MSL 10 53:148,

58:99 (Forerunners to Hh. XVI), 67 v 11f. (NB

stone list);
NA
4

kal na 4 .esi na 4 .us na 4 .ka.gi.na
.MIN NA
4

see also na 4 . su.u na 4 .sag.
.MIN NA
4

:

BA

18 medications for s.
KA.INIM.MA

Kocher BAM

U-U-U NA

4 .MIN

NA

11:36;

SAG.KI.DAB.BA.KAM

4

Md-da-nu Lugale I 37, see MSL 10 74, and as

the section on na 4 . sag.kal includes the
verb form sag nu.kal.la
Lugale X 39,

incantations for s. AMT 104:35, 103:13, CT 23 48:21, and passim; SAG.KI.DAB.BA = qaq= qar [MUL . . .] BRM 4 20:44, see AfO 14 259.
Ungnad, AfO 14 272.

which is likely to be a play on words, thus in Sum. at least the reading is sag.kal. The stone name also occurs in stone lists,
e.g., SAG.KAL (listed as one of 4 abne miAitti four stores against stroke) Kocher
BAM 376 iii 6, cf. ibid. iv 12; SAG.KAL (listed

sagkuddf s.; (a fish, lit. fish with its head cut off); lex.*; Sum. lw.
ku [sa]g.kud ku 6 = [9u (or MIN)], [sa]g.kud.da (or MIN)] Hh. XVIII 91f. _ 6 = [

among 8 (abne) hi-du-ti DUG 4.GA RE.GA)
ibid. 357:8; [NA 4 .S]AG.KAL GtN.NU colored .... ibid. 376 i 3, cf. ibid. 375 ii 11; and in EA: 17 NA 4 .ZA.GIN 6adi 16 NA 4 .SAG.KAL 35

MIN,

If the right column is to be restored the equivalent would be di-[ta-nu].

Note that the RS Forerunner (coll.) has the

entries KA.TAR ku 6, sag.kud.da ku 6.
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sagkullu sagkullu
lw.;

sagi A s.; (mng. unkn.); SB; Sum. sagrtl see sakr2. sagtappu s.; cover; syn. list*; Sum. lw.
andullu, bingurru, sag-tap-pu = sulilu Malku II
192ff.

wr. SAG.KUL.LA/LI.

Summa KI.MIN (= birsu) kima NIM.GIR SAG.KUL.LA IGI.DU 8 if a birsu phenomenon which is like a s. lightning is seen
CT 38 28:20 (SB Alu); NIM.GfR SAG.KUL.

LA(var.
flashed

.LI)

. ..

ibriq -

s. lightning

Loanword from Sum. sag.tab, see sululu lex. section. sagtalurrf s.; (a stone); lex.*; Sum. lw.
na 4 .sag.ta.ur.r[a] = [9u] (followed by na 4 . an.ta.gur.ra) Hh. XVI 323.

ACh Adad 20:6, 8, and 21, var. from

Craig AAT 1 63 ii 25, cf. also ACh Adad 19:9, 33, 42, and 45, Supp. 2 Adad 101b:2, cf. birqu §a kima SAG.KUL.LA ACh Adad 9:7 and 9; NIM.GfR SAG.KUL.LA §a kima iSdti [...]

[. . .] ACh Supp. 2 Adad 101b:6, 10; SAG. KUL.LA K1t-an-ni (in broken context) AMT 57,9:6.

sagtukullu s.; the top part of a weapon; lex.*; Sum. lw.
ag tu .sag.tukul = [gu-m]a, gi. SAGsa- - -kul TUKUL = re-e' kak-ki Hh. VII A 28f.

Akk. reading not certain, since no syllabic writing is attested. *sagniggarf s.; available assets; lex.*; Sum. lw.
[sag].nig.ga = gu-u Hh. II 73a.

gi

sagfi A (sdgu, saggu, sakki) s.; shrine,
holy room in a temple; Sum. lw. from OB on;

The entry is uncertain because the
entry in the Sum. column comes from a RS

source and that in the Akk. column from a Sultantepe source. Moreover, as loanword from Sum. sag.nig.gara(.ak), Akk. sagniggarakkuwould be expected. sagrikku (ak(ka)rikku) s.; net for carrying straw; OB*; Sum. lw.; pl. sags rikkdtu; cf. sagrikku in Sa sagrikki.
sa.KE] = sa-ag-ri-ik-[kuml Nigga Bil. B 278; [gi9.sa.Kt§] = 9u-kum Hh. VI 191. ga-ak-ka(var. omits -ka)-ri(text -hu)-ku = gungitu (among words for traps) Malku IV 140.

ZAGU-z-[ug]DINGIR = [s]uk-ku, zag.gu.la = sa-agu (in group with kummu) Erimhus VI 187f.; [za-ag] [ZAG] = [sa]-al-ku(text -ba) A VIII/4:19; gig.bangur.zag.gu.la = pa-ds-Sur sak-[k]i (var. sa-[.. .]) (followed by paslsr alirti) Hh. IV 198; ninda zag.ga = a-kal sa-a-ki (var. sak(text UR)ki), ninda.sal.sal.la = MIN bit emuti Erimhus IV 134f. tu-'-u, sa-gu-u, ematu, kummu = bitu Malku I 252 ff.

[D]ts = sa-gu-u((var. -u) STC 2 pl. 56 i 6 (comm.
on En. el. VII 10).

ildtu ana qerbidu imqut bita elirtaSu sukki sa-a-gi (var. sa-gi) parakke nemedi
Jupdti ... ina ildti lu iqmi fire broke

out in it (the temple of A9ur)and burned down the temple, its main sanctuary, the
chapels, shrines, throne daises, cult platforms, thrones AOB 1 122 iv 5 (Shalm. I), cf. [s]a(?)-ge-e nemedi u§ar'ad[u. . .] KAR 338 Fragm. 1:10; bit DN ililu abre, aqdma

8 sa-ag-ri-ka-tum alN.NU (followed by

§aharratum a le'im bundles of grain)
BIN 7 218:8.

Loan from Sum. sa.gir 11.ak. read sa.hir, see gaharru.

For

another loan from Sum. s a. K~ , to be

u'alpitasa-a-gi-Su I set fire to the temple
of Haldia, his god, as to a brush pile and had it (the fire) destroy its holy rooms TCL 3 279 (Sar.); §a ... alarSu guddd2 la

sagrikku in §a sagrikki s.; carrier (?) of nets of straw; OB lex.*; cf. sagrikku.
i. .sa.hir = Ia £a-ha-ar-ri, lf.sa.gir1 1 = Ia sa-ag-ri-ik-[ki] OB Lu C6 23f.; lf.sa.KE§ = §a SA.KES OB Lu D 290.

baAmu sa-gu-u nadi simakkidu (see sis
makku) RA 22 59 ii 5 (Nbn.); zandnitu

er4at parak ilima alar sa-gi-iu-nu lu kun alrukka regular support is a necessity
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sagfl B for the sanctuaries of the gods, let your (Marduk's) residence be established in
their shrines
En. el. IV 12; dTU.TU bdn

sagu sagf v.; to trouble(?); SB, NA; I isgu isaggu, 1/2. issahpanni,eret la nablatikasdnni mutu ta-sa-ga-an-ni-mamdmit ama4 (divine) retribution for which there is no cure has overtaken me, death holds me prisoner,

teditiunu S[]ma lillil sag(var. sa)-gi§u-nu-ma lu p[a] hu DN himself is the author of their renovation, may he purify their holy rooms so that they (the

§unu

the "oath" of ama .... .- s me Tn.-Epic gods) may be in peace En. el. VII 10, "iv" 29; libbi is-su-gu addannig hip libbi for comm. see lex. section; elu sd-a-gi-§u (in issabtanni aptalah addanniS ABL 525 r. 14, broken context, parallel: Jubassu) PBS 1/1 see Parpola LAS No. 264; kinil litmudama sa2:18 (OB lit.); Suharrursa-ge-e-a §uharrurat

airti in deathly silence lies my cella, in deathly silence lies my sanctuary STC 2 pl. 81:75 (SB rel.), cf. 8a Ezida biti kini

ga-a apdtu human beings are well acrestored from BM 47745 (courtesy W. G. Lambert).

quainted with trouble Lambert BWL 76:84,

,uharrur sak-ke-e-'u
(Kedorlaomer text);

MVAG 21 90 r. 29
sak-ki-i

ana BANAUR

sagfl see sagu and sdgu. sigu (sag2) s.; (a piece of clothing); RS(?), MA, NA*; pl. sagate; cf. sdgu in Sg sdgateu.
sa-gu-u = qab-[lum] Malku VIII 152.

esen ukldt bit emi sajadhti (they have invited me to the wedding house) I have heaped the fancy dishes for the wedding
on the .... table (possibly to sakk) Gilg. P. iv 18 (OB), cf. gis.bansur.zag.gu.la
BE 6/2 32:3, etc., wr. zag. gi.la ibid. 26 i 15, 43:3, PBS 8/1 12:4, etc., see E. Prang, ZA 66 16,

a)

in gen.:

30 sa-[gal-tu (in a list

and see Hh. IV 198, in lex. section.

For another lw. from Sum. zag see zaggu.
Weidner, AOB 1 122 n. 2; Meissner, MVAG 10/4 78f.

of clothing) KAJ 266:7' (MA); sa-ga-a-te KU§ ma-za-'u il-ku [sa L]J.SIPA.ME9 [li]-

ih-hur let him (the abarakku)receive the s.-s and the leather mazd'u's, the ilku delivery from the shepherds ABL 75:7,
see Parpola LAS No. 37; [x Tj]G sa-a-gu 2 KU9.ME ma-za-'e ADD 1095:13, cf. 2 TjG sa-ga-a-te 2 KU§ ma-za-'e Iraq 15 152 ND 3467:19, cf. Iraq 23 20 (pl. 10) ND 2311:10, see Postgate, Iraq 41 101; 6 TJG gu-le-ni

sag fB s.; flow of blood(?); SB.*
sa-gu-u // damu a[rda]tu // SA [// d]a-mu // GI ardatu Hunger Uruk 39:6 (comm. on Labat TDP 210: 100 ff.?).

The commentary's explanation deriving sagi from Sum. sa and gi is artificial; sa-gu-u may refer to the group of signs SA.KU-sa her (the pregnant
woman's) .... Labat TDP 210:100-102,

4 T(JG sa-ga-te 2-[S]U TJG zu-ur-zi ... a pan ekalli six cloaks, four s.-s, two

saddlebags for the official in charge of the palace ADD 1036 ii 14, see Postgate Taxation 329; 10 TfJG gu-l[e-ni] 10 KU me(issued to [za(?)-'u(?)] 10 sa-ga-t[e]
soldiers) Tell Halaf 48:12;
TUG

which are described as sdmu, pelh, and namru. sagf C s.; (mng. unkn.); lex.*
[gi,. di-im-d]i-im-a-tarDIM.DIM.ADDI
R

sa-a-gu
3 TtJG

hintu leni ... sandals

addanalunu I will give

them (the troops) s., water-skins, and
\sa-gu-u

=

Iraq 18 41 (pl. 9) No. 25:13;

mar-gu-u Hh. VII B 48; gih.dim.me.addir =
sa-gum mar-gu-u = dr-kil-la-a Hg. B I 191, in MSL 6 143.

sa-ga.ME§ 2 KU§ himJte Tell Halaf 52:11, cf. ibid. 4; TJG sa-gat.ME5 (beside kusitu)
83-1-18,142:4' (courtesy S. Parpola), cf. TtOG sa-gat.MEB Iraq 23 24 (pl. 12) ND 2424:1, 4,

For the second element "bear(?)," see marg A.

marg2 27

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sagu TaG sa-ga-te(or -li).ME9
11.723:9.

sahalu
MRS 6 9 RS
16.sa.fgul.l1, OB Lu C 6 21f. l1.dulo.gar.ra = §a sa-gu-le-e

Lit. "the man of the hunting net." dmerdngu as penitential garb: b) [kuz] ippeu ilaqqe u §ua TUG sa-ga qablilu sahahu v.; to tremble; OB, SB; I ishuh irakkusu he who sees him (and denounces - isahhuh, IV(?). him) will take his clothing, whereas as for sa-ha-hu = saldhu A III/1 Comm. A 18, also him himself (the culprit), they will tie a
s. around his waist AfO 17 288:107 (MA harem edicts), cf. sa-gu ina qabli ulli put a s. around (your) waist CT 53 26 r. 7' (NA); itruku A.ME9- ? TUjG sa-gu illabil his
A III/1 Comm. App. 12', in MSL 14 329.

heart pounded (with fear), he clothed
himself in a s. Iraq 13 23 (pl. 11) 5 (Tigl. III).
In UDBD (= Peiser Urkunden) 95:7 read TtJG. GoJ.it raqqatu.

kabtatma milkatka i-sd-hu-hu rigmika emdet kabtatpulhatka qaqqaram[u §a]ma'i (0 Papulegarra) weighty is your opinion, they (men) tremble at your outcry, great is the awe of you, it reaches (both)
heaven and earth JRAS Cent. Supp. pl. 6 ii 6 (OB hymn to Papulegarra); ana sit pilu ilu i-sahx(BAH)-hu-hu CT 15 40 iii 5 and dupls. (SB Epic of Zu), see JCS 31 84ff. iii 75 and 96, but ill is-sd-ah-hi-ih-hu (IV pret. for issah(i)hu?) RA 46 88:23 (OB recension); i§i in broken context: [....] -u [...]--M is-hu-hu-ma ul ii (Nbn. Chron.).
BHT pl. 11 i 5

sagu in 9a sagategu s.; belt(?) peddler; NA*; cf. sagu.
PN malah KU .BAR.RA 3 zi PN2 L1T.NU. GI.<SAR> urqi 3 zi PN3 ikkdru 5 zi PN 4 Ltj §d sa-ga-te-Ai 4 zi naphar 15 zi LA-e §a GI9.Zu-ia PN, the kelek-boatman, three persons, PN2 , the vegetable gardener, three persons, PN3 , the farmer, five persons, PN4 , the belt peddler, four persons -

[.. .] matifunu ana Bdbili ubillu [.. .]-ti

,arru

In

SBH p. 75 No. 43 i 10,

sa-ha-hu is

in all 15 persons missing from my list
ABL 167:17.

to be emended to sa-ha-ri from the
duplicate SBH p. 126 No. 77:7. In Izbu 221 (= Izbu Comm.) 320, mat rube i-sa-x-x, with comm. SIG = engu ibid. 321 (coll. L. Jakob-

sagu see sagi A. sagu (or sagu) v.; to raid(?); Mari.* The men of Japturu ebiram ippeu u ninu eburam ul nippelma sdbuni ana libbi Japturi u ana mat Zalmaqi ana sa-gi-im
ittalla[ku]ma LU.ME9 Japturaju kima

the reading i-sa-fhu(?)1-f[ha(?)1 Rost), is possible but not likely; a reading such as i-sa-far(?)] or i-sa-pa-ha would be expected. For JCS 21 4:26 see Sahahu. sahallf (mng. uncert.) see §ahall2. sahalu (sehelu) v.; 1. to pierce, stab, prick, 2. suhhulu (same mngs.), 3. IV (passive to mng. 1); from OB on; I ishul (ishil STT 179:48) - isahhal- sahil,
II, 11/3, IV; note
§ahal

[sdbu]ni ana mat Zalmaqi an[a] [sa-gilim ittalku zmuruma ittini ittakru are harvesting but we are not able to harvest - our troops used to go to the territory of Japturu to raid (?) Zalmaqu, but the men of Japturu turned against us when they saw that our troops had gone to Zalmaqu to raid (from there) RA 42
71:13 and 15 (Mari), see Sasson, JCS 25 66 n. 41.

,eri K.7940:4, 10,

11, see mng. Ic; cf. sahlu adj., sihiltu, sihlu.
te = sa-ha-lum Izi E 101, also MSL 9 97:217 (SB list of diseases), wr. sa-ha-lum ibid. 78:102 (OB recension); DtT = s8-ha-lum MSL 9 130:321 (Proto-Aa); du-u Dt_ = sa-h[a-lu] Idu II 233; saha-lum d IGI" (referent broken) A III/1 Comm.

sagula in Ma sagul lex.*; Sum. 1w.

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te.[t]e = su-hu-lu, du-ru-4, dukkumu, suhhumu, dukkuu, etc. MSL 9 94: 127 ff. (SB list of diseases); uncert.: [SUD?] = [x]-x-LUM S KUD [(x)] (possibly to saldhu) CT 12 30 BM 38179:2 (text similar to Idu, coll. C. B. F. Walker). me.ri.mu mu.da << ba.ab.te.en : Sepeja is-su is-hul-ma his thorn (lit. wood) pierced my feet RA 33 104:32f.; dNin.tin.ug 5 .ga gi.[t]a hu.mu.un.di : dGu-la ina qan lis-hi-il-Suc may DN pierce it (the evil eye) with an arrow STT 179:47f., dupl. CT 17 33:30f.; TUR.TUR.la ku 6 .ginx(GIM) a ba.an.sud : §a sihhiruti kima nuni ina me i-sah-ha-lu4(var. -la) (the evil demon) who spears the small ones like fish in the water CT 17 36 K.9272+ :15, var. from CT 16 30 i 27f., see Falkenstein Haupttypen 84, cf. [ku 6 . ginx] im. mi.in.sud.sud : kima nuni ina me i-sah-ha-lu CT 16 32:135f. [lu.bi] rel.[si]r.ra ku 6 .ginx mu.un.sud. sud : [amela ud] ti ina suqi kima nuni 4-sah-ha-lu (the evil demons) spear the man in the street like a fish Iraq 21 56 r. 9f. [tu]-sah-hal 5R 45 K.253 vii 10 (gramm.).

sahalu
korn Asb. 74 vi 65, ina isi zumurgu as-hul Streck Asb. 308 8, see Meissner, MAOG 13/2 7; su-hul libbi alpi ina tarbasi STT 176:19, cf. (emended) ibid. 18 and 20; ina sirim amurma

sirum sd-hi-il I examined the exta, and the exta had a hole (lit. were pierced)
YOS 2 83:11 (OB let.).

c) in metaphoric use: Sir awilim ishu-ul-ma he annoyed the gentleman (and said: Do not give him the barley) TLB
4 85:4 (OB let.);

niziqtu sd-hal UZU GAR-

[Iu] trouble, (and) annoyance will befall
him
CT 39 40 DT 10:45, also ibid. K.9768:45,

with comm. sd-hal [uzu] sa-ha-al uzu
CT 41 33 r. 19 (Alu Comm.); sa-ha-al uzU immar Kraus Texte 22 ii 16; sa-hal uzu (apod.) Dream-book 315 K.6663+ :x+5, wr. UZU Labat Calendrier § 56:12 (from

§d-ha-al
adi let him bring ....
VAS 17 23:7 (OB inc.);

K.7940), etc., see ibid. p. 120f. n. 2;

obscure:

1. to pierce, stab, prick - a) a person or animal: ina [sill~1 ds-hul-ma dame ittas[z2ni] I pricked (the men) with a needle and blood came out AnSt 5 102:71 (Cuthean Legend); ina azmar § a qdteja as-hul zumuriu (see azmar usage a-1') Streck Asb. 306 p:3, cf. ina patar parzilli ibbija as-hul-l ibid. 308 8:4; §umma amelu Sin=

.KUR [. . .] sa-ah-lu ABL 1309:23 (NB).

2. suhhulu (same mngs.) - a) to prick, pierce: liblam sangi mu-sd-hi-la-at iniki
that pierces your eyes sihillu kima amur=

dinnimma u-sa[h-hal qdteka] its thorn is like (the thorns of) a bramble, it will prick
your hands Gilg. XI 269, cf. is-[hul qdsteu] ibid. 274, cf. [... l]i-sah-hi-la GIR-[.. .] Sm. 2136:4', lu-sa-hi-lu (in broken context) LKA 156:3; paruSu -sah-hi-il(var.

ndSu i-sah-ha-la-d if a man's teeth cause
him a stabbing pain Kocher BAM 26:1; urhu ina ume anni issu bit marsdkuni sihlu ict issu bit i-sa-hal-an-ni-ni rPAPl.GAR.

-la) -an-ni ziqdta lablat the goad pricked
me, it is covered with barb(s) Lambert BWL 44:101 (Ludlul II); zaqta ni.ttuu uisah-ha-la zumra AnSt 30 102:21 (Ludlul I); uniS GABA-ia l-sa-hi-la mindteja it shook my chest, it pierced all my limbs CT 46 49 i 12 (SB lit.); in metaphoric use: sil. ldtuka kaletija i-sah-hi-la (see kalitu mng.
Ib) Sumer 14 30 No. 12:11 (Harmal let.); note

GAR i-su is-sa-ah-lu today it is a full month that I have been ill, (and) that this stabbing pain has been stabbing me, ....
have stabbed (me)
(NA, coll. K. Deller);

ABL 203:10 and 12
Summa GIA.IGI.DT.

GISIMMAR is-hul(text -NIN)-?ii if a date palm thorn pricks him Dream-book 329 r. i 62, and see sihiltu lex. section.

b)

a part of the body:

i[n]a patar

in 11/3: b)

us-se-ni-hi-lu izmdre tu-uh-ri Summa

parzilli ramanigu kima §ahi libbaSu is-hul-

(emendation W. von Soden) Tn.-Epic "ii" 40.

ma napitalu [uqat]ti he transfixed his heart with his own iron sword, like a pig, and brought his life to an end Lie Sar. 165,
cf. ina patar parzilli libbiu is-hu-la karassu AfO 8 180:43 (Asb. epigraph), also Piep-

to cause a piercing pain:

sinnidtu ulidma eldn urida 'i-sa-hal-6i if a woman has given birth and her pubic
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sahamhu
DUGUD?-ma

sahapu
-sah-ha-la- i if a man's

feet and shins feel heavy and cause him piercing pain Kocher BAM 152 iv 16, also
ibid. 158 iii 28, 405:14, AMT 70,7 i 3, gumma

amlu . . . takaltau u-sa-hal-As if a man has piercing pains in his stomach Kiichler
Beitr. pl. 1 i 26, cf. also ibid. pl. 13 iv 37, parallel Kocher BAM 58:9.

2. suhhumu to pressure(?), to make miserable(?), to make life impossible: ,umma mdruna a§um ina bitim £usim isd-ah-ha-mu-si if her sons keep making her life impossible in order to get her to leave the house CH § 172:18; [mupparsa(?)]
Anzdm kusudma [...-n]u-ui upassu siuh-hi-i[m(?)] defeat the winged Anzi,

3. IV (passive to mng. 1): liru is(text ta)-sd-ha-al he will have annoyance AfO
18 66:23 (OB omens); [matu ta]-as-sa-hal ABL 859:7, restored from [min]dema mdti ta-as-sah-hal ABL 1106:23, see Dietrich Aramaer 177 n. 3; uncert. mng.: Jundu nakrl

[...], .... his dwelling place (corr. to nigis erseti §a abnd2 lubassu suhhi in the SB recension, see sehu v. mng. 2b) RA 46
92:57 (OB Epic of Zu).

is-se-eh-luu u ana Iulmdni illika (garments given) when the enemies became
.... and he went to (present?) a peace-

Meaning based on the context of the CH ref. and on the parallelism of suhummu, q.v., with sakdpu and dardsu and their Sum. equivalents meaning "to push away."
Walther Gerichtswesen 217 n. 1.

gift HSS 14 643:24 (Nuzi).
In AMT 7,5:2 (= Kocher BAM 500 i 7) hu-ulqi is part of an abracadabra incantation.

sahanu v.; (mng. unkn.); SB*; I, II.
[x (x)] x dun.dun.e hi a zu [...] a ba.an.
du. dug. u : ishuk limall sa-ha-a-nu §uptuq (obscure, for preceding lines see neru B) Lambert BWL 252:14.

sahamhu s.; (mng. unkn.); Nuzi.* 12 ANAE GIG 45 ANAE kuni u ina suti §a

eri §a GN ana sd-ha-am-hi itu Nuzi PN
PN2 PN3 u PN4 §a ilq x homers of wheat,

x homers of emmer, (measured) by the
copper seah of GN, which PN, PN2 , PN 3 , and PN4 took from Nuzi for s. HSS 16
119:5.

bajdru ana imeri ikappuda qabl[a] ana qit napitiunu u-sa-ha-na patarSu the hunter was planning an attack on the (wild) donkeys, to put an end to their lives he sharpened (?) his knife LKA 62:6, cf. i-kakkini §a sa-ha-an(or -t[i]) damzi
§unu niqqi ibid. 20, see Ebeling, Or. NS 18 35.

sahimu v.; 1. to be under pressure, miserable (?), 2. suhhumu to pressure (?), to make miserable(?), to make life impossible; OB, Mari*; I *isahhim,II; cf. sahimtu, samu adj., suhummu.
[...] = [sa(?)]-ha-mu (followed by two entries [sa(?)-hi-i]m-tum) Nabnitu B 286f. te. te = su-hu-lu, du-ru-u, du-ku-mu, su-hu-mu,
dukkusu, surrupu, etc. MSL 9 94f.:127 ff. (SB list of diseases).

sahaptu s.; overthrow; SB*; cf. sahapu. sar mati ruqti sa-hap-ti nakri isakkan the king of a distant land will bring about
the overthrow of the enemy ACh Supp. 2
40:3.

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salhpu I ishup (iship ARM 14 4:11) - isahhap sahip, 1/2, II, III, III/2, IV, IV/3; wr.

salhpu la

syll. and cf. musahhiptu, *multashiptu, nashapu, sahaptu, sahiptu, sdhipu, sahpu A adj., sihiptu, sihpu.
iu-u §t = sa-ha-pu A 1/8:42, also Idu II 258 and VAT 10237 ii 6 (text similar to Idu); i = sd-ha-[pu] MSL 9 129:263 (Proto-Aa); su-us Ati = sa-ha-pu Ea I 344, also cited TCL 6 12 ii 13, see MSL 14 155; §u-us u = sa-ha-pu Ea II 152; §u-u u =sa-ha-pu A II/4:51; u-mun u = sa-ha-pu A II/4:79; [. . .] [x] = sa-ha-pu Ea App. A iv 6. dib.ba = sa-ha-pu (in group with tamdhu, ahazu) Erimhus VI 93; gig.tukul.kun.si.ga = KI.MIN (= sa zibbata) sah-pu (var. si-ih-pi) Hh. VIIA 25; sag.gu.du gug.ni = s&-ha-pu-um UET 7 93:33. ur.sag sa.§u.u§.kal.bi li.erim.ma iu.a : qarrddu sa ulkallau ajdbu i-sah(var. -[sa-a]h)ha-pu (Ninurta) warrior whose net falls over the enemy Lugale I 13, cf. sa.§u.ug.gal ki.bal.a ui.fi : ukallu sa-hi-ip mat nukurti u 4R 27 No. 4:58f.; Lt+L7.KAXBAD.ri.a.ni gis.sa.su. u 9. gal h u.mu. 9 : alamti ka§§dptiiudti li-is-huup may (the large net) enwrap the corpse of that witch PBS 1/2 122 r. 5f., see ZA 45 14 (coll. P. Michalowski); a.la.hul lu.ra sa.al. hab.ginx(GIM) ab. ui. u.u 8 (var. adds .f).a he. me. en : MIN §a amela kima alluhappi i-sah-ha-pu atta be you the evil alu demon who claps down on a man like an alluhappu trap CT 16 28:40f., cf. [.. .].ginx im.mi.in.sii : [kima huhd]ri i-sahap-4u (parallel iktatamiu) CT 17 28:39f.; li. Ux(GIAGAL).lu.bi e.ni ni.te.a.ni sa.al.iir.ra bi. b. ui : amelu Judtu ina bit ramnisu tei2 is-sahap-ii a dragnet (see ei2)) has fallen on that man in his own house 5R 50 ii 54f., see JCS 21 8:73; a..sag a.ginx id.da ba.an.[iu] : asakku kima mili naru is-hu-u[p] the asakku demon has spread over the river like water 5R 50 ii 27 f., see JCS 21 7:60; im.limmu.ba me.lam ui. Sii. a. me : ana adri erbetti melamme sah-pu they (the demons) were casting a fearsome sheen to the four corners of the earth Surpu VII 7 f., also CT 16 43:40f.; me.lam.zu an.kiu.ga iu.a: (melammuka) §amg elluti sd-ah-pu AnBi 12 71:11; bad ni.gal.bi 16.kur.ra i. 6i : duru sa nam= riruu ndkiri sah-pu wall whose awesome sheen covers the enemy (name of a wall of Nineveh) OIP 2 111 vii 66, also Iraq 7 90:3 (Senn.); 6 ni. gal.bi an.ki ~ 6. a : bitum namrirukaSame ersetam sd-ah-pu UET 6 117:3f. (OB hymn), see Sjiberg Temple Hymns 98. GfR.gal dnam.tar.ra bi.in.sii.si.am : namsaru mu-sah-hi-ip namtari sword which casts down the namtaru demon 4R 21 No. 1 B r. 18f.; when Adad rages the earth quakes hur.sag.gal.

t;;

gal.e ia.ka.a ba.an.na.tab.b6.es : sad rabutu su-uh-huu-u-F the mighty mountains are utterly overwhelmed by it 4R 28 No. 2:13f., see OECT 6 p. 32; [a]b.sag.ga.ta mu.un.da.ab. u. u.e.ne : a ina apti muhhi it-ta-na-sa-ha-pu (var. it-ta-na-at-ba-ku)(may a kakkultu vessel cover the demon) who continually flattens himself through the top window KAR 46:9f., and dupl. CT 17 35:76f. sa-ha-pu = sa-ba-t Malku IV 235; [t]u-sahhap 5R 45 K.253 vii 11.

1. to cover, overwhelm, to spread over (said of nets, water, fog, numinous sheen)
- a) said of nets and traps: KI.MIN amaG huhdru Sa UD.KA.BAR ina muhhikunu liis-hu-up ina gilparri§a la napar~udilid=

dikunu may 8ama§ clap a bronze trap over you, may he throw you into a trap from which there is no escape Wiseman
Treaties 650; malevolent hand Sa...

kima huhari is-hu-pu etlu kima ,eti ukattimu

qarradu which claps down on the man like a trap, which covers the warrior like
a net Maqlu III 161, cf. Maqlu II 173, also 162 with comm. KAR 94:25, cited huhdru; sahi-ip-§d huhdra AfO 14 146:123 (bit mesiri);

nag2 iudtu huhdri§ as-hu-up-ma I overwhelmed that district as with a trap TCL 3
194, also Iraq 16 177 iii 47, Lie Sar. 86, p. 74:5, Rost Tigl. III p. 58:15, Iraq 7 101:26 (Asb.), and see CT 17 28:39f., in lex. section; kima

'ulkalli a-sa-hapkima huhdri akattam KAH 2 84:21 (Adn. II); sah-pu kima Sukallu ersetu

laruruika your rays are spread over the
lands like a net Lambert BWL 126:5 (hymn
to 8amag), restored from unpub. dupl., courtesy

W. G. Lambert, cf. (8amag) sa-hi-ip §ukalz laka puhur mdtdti 4R 17 r. 13; [Iarrum wardilu] kima Sulkallim i-s&-ha-a[p] the

king will swoop down upon his subjects like a net RA 67 41:7 (OB ext.); kima Seti
kut[tumanni] kima Sulkalli sah-pa-ni LKA
70 ii 11, see Farber Igtar und Dumuzi 131:70, and see BMS 12:50 cited saparru A, also Lugale I 13, 4R 27 No. 4:58f., 5R 50 ii 54f., PBS 1/2 122:5f.,

in lex. section; La GN kima saparrias-huup (var. udaqqiq) I overwhelmed (var. crushed) the ruler of GN like a net 2R
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sahapu lb [...] kima sa-<pa>-ru is-hup-u-nu-ti Winckler Sar. pl. 44 B 6; usurtu §a ina pani erdi issiru saparri§2 mimma lemnu i-saha-pu the design which they draw in front of the bed is a net, it falls upon all evil ZA 6 242:18 (NB comm.); see also saparru A usage b; kima alluhappu tasah-ha-pa-nin-ni you (enemies) swoop down upon me like an alluhappu net AfO
12 143:13 (rit.), and see CT 16 28:40f., in

sahapu Ic titi e-sah-hap-ku-nu adi §'d[ri] ibid. 18:67 (SB lit.); galtu melammuunu sa-hi-ip hurs Sdni (the scorpion-men) whose frightful radiance covers the mountains Gilg. IX ii 8; melamme ASSur u IStar mat Elamti is-hu-up-ma iknuu ana nirija the divine power of DN and DN 2 overwhelmed Elam so they (the inhabitants) submitted to my yoke Piepkorn Asb. 70 vi 5, cf. AKA 42 ii 39, 55 iii 70 (Tigl. I), 273 i 57, 309 ii 46, 324 ii 81, wr. is-hup-§ii-nu (var. is-sah-pu-u-nu)
AKA 281 i 80 (all Asn.), Iraq 25 56:43, 3R 7 i 23, 30, ii 74, WO 2 150:79, 222:134, 226:152, 232:188, Iraq 41 48:18 (all Shalm. III), 1R 30 ii 43, 31 iv 6 (gamgi-Adad V), ZDMG 72 178:14, AfO 14 42:9 (both Sar.), Borger Esarh. 54 iv 37;

lex. section. b) said of fog, flood, water: I covered that province like a thick evening cloud gimir aldniu dannuti kima mil mithurti [as]-hu-up I swept over all its fortified cities like a clashing flood TCL 3 + AfO 12 146:253; abubig as-hu-up Iraq 16 186:26 (Sar.), cf. GN kima tilu abube lu d-hu-up 3R 7 ii 6 (Shalm. III), and see abubu mng. lb; eqlu §a(!) pan zibbat ndrdE [N.LfLki] imtala eperi fD x x x md8 is-sa-ah-pu the field which is located opposite the outlet of the Nippur canal has filled (with water), the water covered the territory of the GN(?) canal PBS 1/2 55:8 (MB let.), cf. [x] x eperi mi fas]-sa-ah-[.. .] ibid. 9; gimri mdtifu rapatikima imbari as-hu-up I enveloped the whole of his vast land like a fog OIP
2 28 ii 15, 59:28 (Senn.), also Lie Sar. 69, [kima

raubbat kakki ASur belija is-hu-pu-Snu-ti-ma OIP 2 30 ii 46 (Senn.), Streck Asb. 14 ii
21, cf. ibid. 182:39, (kakki ASSur) Iraq 30 109:27

(Asb.), cf. [...] A§ur la pdd is-sa-hap a-[. . .] the unsparing [.. .] of A9ur has
overwhelmed [. . .] Bauer Asb. 2 78 K.7673:6,
cf. also (said of namrirru) Streck Asb. 8 i 84, 62 vii 76, (namurratAMur) 1R 31 iv 12 (SamgiAdad V), Iraq 18 126 r. 24, Rost Tigl. III p. 2:4,

Winckler Sar. pl. 44 D 41, (puluhti ildni) Borger Esarh. 44 i 72, Streck Asb. 48 v 72, Iraq 30

109:16 (Asb.), hattu is-hup-Su-ma panic overcame him Piepkorn Asb. 58 iv 51, and
passim in NA royal inscriptions; namurratka ezzeti matu sah-pat Lambert BWL 128:48 (hymn to gamag), cf. (with rapfu andullaka) ibid.

t]ib mehy as-hup-ma ibid. p. 52:16; kima
imbari kabti pan 'ame rap'ute sa-hi-ip (the incense) envelops the vast heavens
like a thick fog
Borger Esarh. 5 vii 8, see also Ebeling Parfimrez. pl. 25:13, OIP 2 83:44,

cited imbaru mng. ib; note: PN qadum awile §a ittiSu rakbi ina elippim agum is-hi-ipku-ma ana ,imtisu illik (as for) PN, together with the men who were riding (in the boat) with him, a wave swept him (overboard) and he died ARM 14 4:11. said of numinous radiance, awe 1' of gods: when I saw him (the god of the nether world) my legs began to tremble melammSu ezziti is-hu-pu-u-ni his awesome sheen overwhelmed me ZA 43 17:54, cf. hantil melamme Sarrtifu gal c)

40; (Sin) §a puluhti ilutifu rabiti Sam u u erseti erseti malU ki-ma zi-mi-i4 sah-pu with the awe of whose divine majesty heaven and earth are filled, with whose sheen heaven and earth are covered AnSt 8 60 ii 25 (Nbn.); in broken context: rx x x xl §i lu tas-hu-up may [the goddess] overcome CT 53 149:12, see Parpola LAS No. 310.

,am6

2' of kings: melamme belitija is-hu[up-lu-ma] Borger Esarh. 110 § 71:14, § 72:10,
also WO 1 58 iii 7 (Shalm. III), OIP 2 29 ii 39,

33 iii 38, 70:31 (Senn.), melamme belutija u tibi tdhazija danni is-hu-pu-d-nu-ti-ma
1R 30 iii 8 (Samhi-Adad V), (hurbdSu tdhazija)

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sahapu Id
OIP 2 82:39, 89:53, 92 r. 20 and 24 (Senn.);

salhpu 3a kdbisu erseti rapalti ema Sam&sahpu (you) who walk over the broad earth as far as the heavens extend Or.
173:56 (OB lit.);
NS 40 157:12 (namburbi); pu [. . .]

namriri A ur . . . puluhti 6arrutija is-huup-fu-nu-ti Streck Asb. 42 iv 120, Su-ri-bat kakkeja adi marratiis-hu-up Layard 91:84, see WO 2 150; GN GN 2 melamme sah-puid-nu (my royal) sheen overwhelms GN
and GN 2 LKA 64:14 (NA hymn to Asn.);

alaranqullu is-hu-

AfO 19 64:87 (SB prayer).

atypical: alam §dti ds-hu-up-ma assabat I overran(?) that city and captured it ARM 1 138:10, cf. ARM 4 25:19; Sar Amurri itebbima mdta i-sa-hapualpat a king from the west will rise up and will overrun the country and destroy it K.2229:5 (astrol.), cf. (in broken context) tO-ap Rm. 586:11
(astrol.).

2. to put a cover on, to cover over a) to cover a pot, to spread a cloth(?) over a ritual arrangement: he gathers the cut hair into a lahannu vessel ina tiddi p& bdba t-ap he plugs its opening with clay (mixed with) chaff Or. NS 36 21:8
(SB namburbi), cf. Or. NS 40 164:2; inapursiti

d) said of mud, clothing: Summa qadutu mata is-hip if mud covers the land ACh
Sin 35:4, and passim, see Labat Calendrier § 102, and parallels STT 305 and 306 r. 21, KAR 402 r. 4, see Labat Calendrier p. 232:22, wr. ibid. § 93:10; (in mourning) for seven days

g§t

and nights lubu[ ... ] sa-ah-pu [their heads?] were covered with (their) garments AnSt 8 52 iii 29 (Nbn.).

(var. ta-sa-hap) raqqati la saripti 9O-ap ta9akkan Or. NS 40 148:53; namhara tasa-ha-ap ibid. 150 r. 28, cf. ana libbi lu= tukki tu-[. . . namha]ra ta-sd-ha-ap-ma AMT 44,4:9; patiru ana pani gamal St-ap ou drape (?) a portable altar in front of Or. NS 36 34 Sm. 810:5; §utukku ama tukdn guhi ta-sa-ah-ha-ap you erect a reed hut, you drape(?) a reed altar (and place various foods on top of it) K.72+ :7
and dupl., see Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 511;

e) said of demons, evil powers: Summa amelu ina majdli'u ali is-hip-[S ] if an alit spirit covers a man in his bed CT 39 42 ii 9, cf., wr. tj-zi ibid. 10, also KAR 26:3; hurba'u tdhazija kima le zumur4un
is-hu-up (see ali A usage a) OIP 2 47 vi 27, AfO 20 94:96 (both Senn.); alH sa-hi-pu Ugaritica 5 17:25 (inc.); uncert.: [. . . KI].NA i-sd-ah-ha-pu-§um-ma KUB 37 72 r. 4 (rit.), sd-hi-ip (in broken context) ibid. 63:11;

you make a drawing of the Irhan River in flour [ki.dd(?)1 ndri GI.SA.UR (t-ap (see napp usage c) CT 23 1:2; malit hurdsi Sa mahati ana muhhi libbi i-sahhap he lays a gold cup full of fine flour over the heart RAcc. 90:32, 91 r. 2. b) to cover over - 1' in gen.: nile GN u GN 2 as-hu-pa imat miti I covered the inhabitants of GN and GN 2 with deadly poison TCL 3 154, cf. a . . . imat muti sah-pu-ma ibid. 175 (Sar.); see also Hh. VIIA 25, in lex. section. 2' in ext.: summa uban ha§i qablitum libbam sd-ah-pa-at if the middle "finger" of the lung is covered by the heart RA 38 83 r. 5, see RA 40 90 (OB); umma martu ina qablia ipa sah-pat if the gall bladder is covered with a membrane around its middle CT 30 15 K.3841:11; martu luhham sah-pat ibid. 16 r. 6, [Summa dandnu x].
GI(?).A sa-hi-ip Boissier DA 7:33 (all SB).

is-sah-pa-an-ni§eret la nablati (divine) retribution for which there is no cure has overtaken me Tn.-Epic "iv" 28; (in broken context) is-sah-pa-niumu CT 46 49 v 14 .fi. -an-ni) (SB lit.); sah-pa-an-ni (var. (in broken context) LKA 29k:7, var. from
4R 59 No. 2:9; [. . . is]-hu-up 1ini AfO 19 50 i 48 (both SB prayers); [. . .] X i-sa-hap§u (apod.) CT39 35:72 (SBAlu).

f) other occs.: Mt kima kakkab ugdr sd-ah-pu they (the warriors) cover the plain as stars (cover the sky) RA 45

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sahapu 3b over(?), upside down(?): mamit narkabta sa-ha-[p]uu rikissa lapdtu oath by overturning(?) a wagon and touching its harness Surpu III 61; kima annitu ibba= lakkitu kilpiiunu libbalkitu'unutima ... ana ndri makurra ta-sah-hap-fmal ... tanaddi just as this (boat) capsizes, so may their (the witches') spells fall back on themselves, (you recite the incantation three times and) you turn the boat over and throw it into the river UET 6 410 r. 7,

sahapu 4a him AfO 18 76 Tablet Funck 3:32, also ibid. 34 (SB Alu); uban ha~i qablitu ana imitti sahpa-at KAR 437 r. 11 (SB ext.).

c) to lay(?) bricks: 5180 agurru ana 74 natbak ana igten natbak 70 agurru ina put ekalli ina dullu §a ina biri ekalli u diriultu UD. 12.KAM a MN adi uD.27.KAM §a MN... sah-pu 270 agurruana 6 natbak ina it §a ekalli ana suqi mulepidi ana i ten natbak 45 agurru UD.29.KAM §a MN ina 1 ber umu sah-pat 3600 agurru gabbi see Gurney, Iraq 22 224; [Summa GIA.M]A.U 5. TUA.A ... ana ndri ina nad iskil matu §a datammu ana Urukaja lebnat 5180 kilnudtu ipparrar[. . . ina] rndril is-hup(var. fired bricks for 74 courses, 70 kiln-fired bricks per course, were laid in front of -hu-up) nabalkattu i~lakkan if Marduk's the palace as part of the assigned work boat becomes stuck when it is launched, the country will run around in chaos, between the palace and the (city) wall [if the boat] turns over [in(?)] the river, from the 12th to the 27th of Ululu, 270 CT 40 38 kiln-fired bricks for 6 courses, in the area there will be a revolution adjacent to the palace toward the street of K.2992+ :24, var. from dupl. TCL 6 9:2 (SB Alu). the workshop, 45 kiln-fired bricks for each b) to lay flat: because Dunanu did not course were laid on the 29th of Ululu in abide by the sworn agreement [b]u-up- the first hour of the day, 3600 kiln-fired pa-nit as-hu-up-ma [... az]qupa seruSu bricks, all assigned by the datammu to the I made (him) lie prostrate on his stomach people of Uruk, were made UCP 9 74 and erected [.. .] on him AfO 8 182 No. 21:27 No. 82:8 and 14; I am confronted with the (Asb.), cf. Sa ana GN irubu l[a ... bu-up- task of doing my assigned stretch of work p]a-ni-§ui is-sa-hap ABL 328 r. 13 (NB); x+220 lim agurru [ul]tu kareja [a]na sayou have the sick man get under Dumuzi's ha-ap inamuhhija I am assigned to lay(?) bed panilu ana Iepiti talakkan ana si- x thousand baked bricks from our joint hi-ip pani u j-du-ma you have him face obligation TCL 9 102:12; §a pan ekalli the foot of the bed, you have him lie flat umussu idukkin umma su-uh-pa-' the face downwards Kocher BAM 339:44, see palace overseer is killing me daily (with Farber Itar und Dumuzi 186, cf. (in parallel work), saying: Lay(?) (the bricks) YOS 3 context) buppanilu sf-tzi you turn him 141:8 (all NB letters). over onto his stomach LKA 69 r. 4 and dupls., see Farber IMtar und Dumuzi 138:190; irru 4. suhhupu to cover, overwhelm, lay suhhuruze (!) -er karu u d riqitu buppdnila flat, to flatten out, make smooth - a) to sah-pat . . . riqitu litrus the intestines cover, to overwhelm, to lay flat: melam are curled, the belly is cramped, and the qardutija u-se-hi-ip-Iu-nu-ti the terrifystomach itself lies flat face down - let the ing splendor of my military prowess stomach become straight Kocher BAM 574 covered them AKA 48 iii 2 (Tigl. I), cf. §a iv 21 and 26, also 573 i 4 (inc.); my eyes have melammiiu kibrati u-sah-ha-pu AKA 33 been hurting since the 15th ofNisannu ina i 41; galtu melammudu z-sa-ah-ha-pu nagab biti ina muhhi panija sa-ah-pa-ku and I zajdri (see zajdru) AfO 18 48 i 12 (Tn.-Epic); have been lying on my face at home mdtdti kalidina pulhi u-sa-hi-pi-Si-na KAV 213:11 (NA let.); [Summa .. .] ana IGIScheil Tn. II 4; ku-ri-bat kakkeja mat Kaldu Si sa-hi-ip [if a . . .] lies flat(?) toward u-sa-hi-ip AKA 352 iii 24 (Asn.); [kima

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sahipu 4b SuSkal] li(?) -sah-hi-pu gimir malki AfO 6 80:10 (A§§ur-bel-kala); mu-sa-hi-ip kullat la magiri Winckler Sammlung 2 1:7, see Iraq
37 12 (Sar.); Sarru IR.ME§-su?

sahipu 7a 5. III to have something covered, alummat A§ur spread over: ni§ GN... belija u-Sa-as-hi-ip-ma I made the brilliance of my lord AgAur spread over the
people of GN Iraq 16 179:43 (Sar.); Marduk

i-sah-hap CT 28 48 r. 8 (SB ext.), cf. [.

kima SuSkalli .. ]

§u-fuS-kal-li u-sah-hap Sm. 962:11; nakru ina dlanija isten ala fi.St the enemy will overwhelm one of my cities KAR 423 iii 52 (SB ext.), cf. mdta Sudtu nakruu-sahl[hap] CT 39 11:32 (SB Alu); Gula aksutija tu-sa-ah-hap tu-Sak-niS [lem] nit[i(?)] Gula lays flat those dangerous to me and made the evil ones submit K.9155:16 (Asb.?); ali lemnu ST.Sj-SUi (if) an evil ali2 demon has enveloped him Farber Igtar und Dumuzi 56:4, cf. AMT 96,3:4; [li-s]a-hi-ip-§i benna teAd ra'iba may (Ea) cover her with epilepsy, vertigo, and trembling Maqlu VIII 41; alru mitussu sah-hu-pu ina epri (the nether world) where the dead are
covered with dust LKA 62 r. 16, see Ebeling, Or. NS 18 36; see also 4R 21 No. 1 B r. 18f. and 28 No. 2:13f., in lex. section.

puluhti §arrutijakima imbari kabti u-§das-hi-pu Sad kibrdti made the terror of my royalty cover the mountains of all regions like a dense fog Borger Esarh. 46 ii 35, cf. qutursunu ... pan §am kima imbari ulasbit (mistake for u'aship) TCL
3 261 (Sar.); Ningirsu . . . eqel ugariu

idrdnali-les-hi-ip-ma may DNmake alkali cover the field of his district (so that there may not be any vegetation in his
furrows)
ZA 65 56:69 (Marduk-9apik-zeri

kudurru),

cf. Adad ...

eqletiSu idra li-ia-

as-hi-ip MDP 6 p. 41 iii 13, see AfO 23 15
(MB kudurru), also UET 1 165 iii 7, see ZA 65 p. 62.

b) to flatten out, to make smooth: the mountain had sharp ridges eli ina SepeSu gadt 4-sa-hi-ip(vars. -pa, -pi) he went up on foot and flattened the mountain AKA 271 i 51 (Asn.), also, wr. u-sahhi-ip 3R 8 ii 72 (Shalm. III). c) uncert. mngs.: awdtim asbassumma ul ina awdtim u-sd-ah-hi-pa-an-ni-ma amgurSu awdtim §a kima natd uStepiS I apprised (Hammurapi) of the matter (of me with the the treaty), he tried to .... matter but I did not agree, and I had the matter conducted as is appropriate ARM 2 77:7; 18 Samme riqqe anniti itti (KI) sa-hu-ni u 1.GI.EN.DI tu-sa-hap reSka u[kdl] you sprinkle(?) these 18 plants and suddu oil and aromatics with .... and keep it ready AMT 41,1 iv 30 (= Kocher BAM 579); §umma alakti labbi illak . . . 8a ina aldkilu IGI-u i-sah-ha-pu if he has the gait of a lion, that (means) he ... .- s his eye(?) when he walks Kraus
... Texte 22 iv 15.

6. III/2 to cover each other, to overlap: 'umma 2 ubdnathali qabldtimaimitta u iumela laknama lina 'u-ta-as-hu-pa if there are two middle "fingers" of the lung, (one) on the right and (one) on the left, and they overlap each other Labat Suse 3:14, cf. kima halhallati 'u-ta-as-hu-pa ibid. r. 54; §umma 2-ta amdtuma Su-tas-hupa if there are two livers and they overlap each other Iraq 31 60 r. 3, cf. ibid. 4 and 6, also (explanation?) usurdtuga ~dtas-[hu-pa ... ] its (the liver's) markings overlap each other ibid. r. 5, and dupls.
CT 30 37 K.12726:2 and 5 (SB ext.).

7. IV to lie flat, to be overturned a) to lie flat: (Ursa, in an impotent rage) qaqqarifippalsih . . . buppdniS is-sa-hi-ip threw himself to the ground and lay flat on his face TCL 3 412 (Sar.), cf. [(is-)sa]h-pa buppdnilina (Sum. broken) KAR 130:12 (SB bil. prayer); summa A.SAG-~ (= mulhhau?) sO-ip (= issahip?) Labat TDP 78:79; Summa IGI-Si mahisma u appalu suhhur ... [i]s(?)-sd-ah-hap-ma ina appilu KAXBAD illak if he is affected in front and his nose is contorted, (and) he lies flat and

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sahir iume blood (?) flows from his nose (it is the "hand of Sin") KAR 211:16 (diagn.). b) to be overturned: din a lis(var. li-is) -sa-hi-ip-ma dini li~ir may her (the sorceress's) cause be overturned and mine succeed Maqlu III 127; for IV/3 see KAR 46:9f., in lex. section.
In TU (= TCL 6) 20 r. 9 read milu git-pu-fuma, see Hunger, ZA 66 239.

sahargubbif
[sa-har-gu]-4 = bit e-pe-ri Malku II 210; [sahar]gu-d = manzdzu CT 18 18 K.4587 iii 30. SAHAR.GI 4 -um Gelb OAIC 44:10 (OAkk.),

gig.sahar.gi 4 .rum1 (used like Akk. lw.
in Sum.)
ITT 2/2 4646 r. 6 (Ur III);

e.duio gi.

sahar.gi 4 ...

gig. .- wood for s.

DP 418 ii 2, also Genouillac TSA 29 i 4, VAS 14

57 ii 3; note: 1 tug.bar.dul 5 sahar.gi 4 one head covering .... RTC 203:4; 1 GIS ME-E-ED-DU-Wa-za QA-DU GIS gA-A [H]-HAR-

sahar ime

(sahdri) s.;

evening;

OB,

Bogh., NA; cf. sahdru.
sa-har u 4-me, tam-hu-u = lildtu Malku III 149 f.

K-Idahhun I took with me one pole along with the s. KUB 13 35 + KBo 16 62 i 45, see StBoT 4 6; 1 sa-har-gi-[. . .] (in obscure
context) ADD 1054:1. sahari see sahar ume. saharmuddA s.; Sum. Iw. (mng. uncert.);
=

isahhur errab he will sit down on the throne and then will re-enter (the temple)
in the evening ('ar piui rit.) ABL 735 r. 4 (NA); if the eclipse of the sun ina dUTU sa-ha-ri uarrima ana dUTU muslali

[ina GIg.GU].ZA ulab sa-ha-ar u 4 -me

lex.*;

illik begins at ....

and lasts until noon
sa-

[uz]u.sahar.mud.da °Hh. XV 300f.

a-ru-uq-tum, Au-u

KUB 4 63 ii 20, see Leibovici, RA 50 14;

ha-ri mahritamul ta-ag-x-ri warkitam (in
obscure context) Kraus AbB 1 111 r. 3'. saharatu s.; (name of a month); OB.*

The term may refer to a body part, a body humor, or a cut of meat.
sahargubbft (saharlupp, suharfupp) s.;

leprosy;

from MB on;

Sum. lw.;

wr.

ITI Sa-ha-ra-tim kaspam u sibassu utarru plement. nam-tag-ga-u = ar-nu, sahar-dub-bu-u (vars. they took the silver on (the last day of) the month of S., they will repay the silver [... UB.B]A.A, 'u-ru-ub-bu-u) Malku IV 64f. and the interest on it on (the last day a) referring to the disease: Summa ina
of) the month of S. (next year) JCS 13
118 No. 41:5 and 7 (= YOS 14 25), also, wr. Sd-ha-ra-tum Greengus Ishchali 93:4, 134:6, 228:4, cf. 181:4.

[ina ITI Sa-ha-ral-timkaspam ilteq ina

syll. and AHIAR.9UB.BA with vocalic com-

zumur ameli sahar-Iub-bu-u ittab'i if leprosy appears on a man's body Kocher
BAM 35 ii 5, and passim, repeated as KI.MIN, in this text; §er la ikkal SAHAR.UB.

§ume

sahargfi

(aharg)

s.;

running board,

BA-a illabbiS he must not eat roast meat (or) he will be covered with leprosy
KAR 177 r. i 8 (hemer.), and parallels, cited labadu

dust guard (of a chariot); OAkk., SB, NA, Akkadogram in Hitt.; Sum. lw.
gig.sahar.gi.gigir = sa(var. Id)-har-[g]u-u (var. gu-u), gi. sag.sahar.gi.gigir =pu-utMIN the front of a s. (in a chariot) Hh. V 23 f., cf. gi. salar.gi.gigir MSL 6 36:18 (Forerunner to Hh. V). §eg 9 sag.as sahar.gi 4 .a (later version: gis. sahar.gigi[r.kex(KID]) bi.in.la : [SEG9.SA]G. AS ina sa-har-[gi-i ilul] (Ninurta) hung the "sixheaded ram" on the s. Angim II 4 (= 54).
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clothe his whole body in leprosy which will never lift BBSt. No. 7 ii 16, cf. BBSt.
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sahargubbfi
cf. also BBSt. No. 9 i 46, 1R 70 iii 19, UET 1 165 ii 24;

saharu c) referring to the scales: Jumma sahar-§up-pa-a ikul if (in his dream) he eats s. (preceded by SAHAR.HI.A, SAHAR

su-har- UAB-a lilebbia zumuru kima lu= bdrilethim clothe his body with leprosy as

though with a garment BBSt. No. 8 iv 8; tubqinni) Dream-book 317 r. i y+13. sahar-'up-pa-alilabbissuma VAS 1 70 v 10 For other Akk. equivalents of Sum. (all NB); SAHAR.SUB.BA-a li-dal-bis-su sahar.gub.ba see epqu, gardbu. litappudu name BM 113927:27 (NB leg.), Oppenheim, Dream-book 273 n. 54; Nougayrol, also SAHAR.9UB.BA-a yr-ti iii kabitta zus murru lillabima MDP 6 pl. 10 vi 14, see Borger, JCS 2 205 ff.; Kinnier Wilson, RA 60 47 ff. AfO 23 25; Sin belu rabz sa-har-'up-pa-a
limelliSuma RA 66 166:38 (both MB kudurrus), see also malz v. mng. 7c-2', SAHAR.SUB.

saharguppfi see saharlubb.

sahartu see sahirtuA and sihirtu. BA-a ina zu[mri§u] kima subati lihal[lipu] may they clothe his body in leprosy as saharu (seheru) v.; 1. to turn, turn though in clothing AAA 20 114 (pl. 100) around, to turn back, return, to turn No. 105 r. 33 (Adn. III), cf. [sahar]-§ub-bu away, to retrograde, (in hendiadys) to do kima nahlapti lu-hal-lipBRM 4 50 r. 17 again, to resume doing (p. 38), 2. to (treaty), sahar-§ub-bulihallipkunu Wiseman turn to (ana) (for help, allegiance), to go Treaties 419, see Borger, ZA 54 187, cf. AfO 8 over to, to turn to an authority with 25 iv 5 (A9Bur-nirari V treaty), Sin ... SAHAR. a request, an appeal, to appeal to, beseech 9UB.BA-a pagarlu kima subdti liktum AfO a deity, to look for, seek (p. 41), 3. 23 3 iii 2 (Merodachbaladan I), wr. sa-har- to go around, circumambulate, make sup-pa-a li-gt-ma RA 66 173:73 (MB), rounds, converge, assemble, to curve, cf. also Sin ... SAHAR.SUB.BA-a ina zum: veer, circle, to surround with, to encircle riu liab~uma BE 1/2 149 iii 6 (Marduk- (p. 43), 4. to do business(?) (p. 46), ahhe-eriba). 5. to delay, tarry (p. 46), 6. to change into, turn into (p. 47), 7. I/3 to turn b) referring to a person afflicted (mal2) back and forth, to prowl, to gather, conwith the disease: if he sees in the street vene, to show concern (p. 47), 8. suhhuru §a SAHAR.UB.BA [mall] (preceded by to turn away, turn back, to repel an §a me male) AfO 18 76 Sm. 332 r. 11, cf. enemy, an attack, to evict(?), to cause to (followed by agan.. change allegiance (p. 47), 9. suhhuru to SAHAR. UB.BA [...] nutilld) ibid. 15; lu ana muhhi musukki restore, return, turn over to, (in hendiadys) lu ana muhhi a SAHAR. UB.BA-a [mal]2 to do again (p. 48), 10. suhhuru to take someone or something around tanaddi you put (wool from the sheep's forehead) either on an unclean man or on (p. 49), 11. suhhuru (with pani, kiddu, a leper BMS 12:97 (SB rit.), cf. male SAHAR. qaqqadu as object) to turn away, toward 9UB.BA-e (cannot serve as a diviner) BBR (p. 49), 12. Sushuru to put to flight, No. 24:32; Sa SAHAR. UB.BA-a malc x UD. cause to turn back, turn away, to subvert, UD-ma ana bitiSu irrubu one who had make shift allegiance, to cause to search, leprosy has been cleansed and may re- (with panu) to cause to turn (p. 51), 13. Sushuru to place around, surround, to enter his house BRM 4 24:61 (iqqur ipu§ cause to encircle, to make spin, (in the comm.), see Labat Calendrier p. 74 n. 2, cf. stative) to be turned around (p. 51), 14. if there is in someone's house r§a SAHAR. Sushuru to detain, delay (p. 51), 15. Su= §UB.BA-a] mal CT 38 30:21 (SB Alu), wr. tashuru to surround on all sides (p. 52), SAHAR. UB.BA CT 40 1:7; uncert.: they made figurines of me Sa sahar-Sup-pe-e 16. nashuru (ingressive to mngs. 1 and 2) to return, to turn again with favor to, to ina bdbi -[x-x]-bu AfO 18 292:41 (SB inc.).

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saharu 17. IV to turn to, to seek (p. 52), turn away from, to turn about (p. 53), 18. IV (in hendiadys) to do again (p. 54),
ki.ir.ra am.nigin.e.en

saharu 1
am.nigin.e.en :

alariWalla a-sa-hu-ur a-sa-hu-ur (var. [as]-sa-na-

hur) again and again I go around (in search of) the place they (the personnel of the temple) have 19. IV/3 to turn back and forth, to been taken as prisoners SBH p. 110 No. 57:39f., keep turning around (p. 54); from OA, cf. ibid. 41f., var from STT 156 r. 6, see JNES 26 207; nam.ba.gi 4 .gi 4 .e.ne nam.ba.nigin. OB on; I ishur - isahhur- sahir, 1/2, 1/3, e. ne : la tattanurrala ta-as-sa-na-hu-ra you (deII, 11/2, III, III/2, III/3, IV, IV/3; wr. mons) shall not keep returning, you shall not keep syll. (for usashar see mngs. 12b and 14) prowling around CT 16 39:31 f., restored from STT cf. mashartu, masharu, 168:25f., also STT 187 r. ii 8ff., ArOr 21 381d-e; and NIGIN; musahhirtu, musahhiru, mussahru, nas8 ZAG.AN dEI.a.ta nam.ba.gub.bu.ne nam. ba.nigin.e.ne : ina edret Ea la tattanamzaz la huru, sahdr ume, sahhiru adj. and s., ta-as-sa-na-ah-hur do not keep standing around A and B, sdhiru A and or prowling around in the sanctuaries of Ea CT sahirtuA, sdhirtu B adj., sdhiru A, B, and C s., sahru, 16 29:82f. and 84f.; 9a.uru.a.ta nam.mu.un. sihirtu, sihru, suhhurtu, suhhuru, sus da.nigin.e.ne bar.ta.bi.9s nam.mu.un.da. ni gin. e. ne : ina libbi dli la taltanammilu ina ahdti hurrd'u, ushuru, tashiru. la ta-sd-na-ah-hur-4i you (demons) shall not keep surrounding him inside the city, you shall not keep kin.kinSd-[a-ru], kin.kin i-t[e-u] Proto-Izi circling round him in the countryside CT 16 11 I 43f., cf. kin.kin = sa-ha-ru §d [x] Nabnitu 0 vi 29f., also ibid. 26 iv 29f., dupl. CT 17 3:17f.; to seek pasture, = ri-tam §u-te-'-i 304; ].KUR sa-ha-ri(text -hu) (in broken context, Sum. [gi] = sa-ha-rum MIN sa-ha-rum Izi E 272f.; broken) SBH p. 75 No. 43:10, emended from ibid. CT 12 29 iv 10 (text similar to Idu); ni-gi-in[LAGAB], ° 126 No. 77:7. LAGAB.LAG[AB], bu.bu.lu.ak. [akl, kin.kin, gi gd.zu nigin.na.ni.ib : [ki]§ddka su-uh-<hi>= s[a-ha-rum] Nabnitu X 202-206; igi.gi 4, igi. ram-ma turn your favor (lit. neck) toward me ga.ga, igi.LAGAB.LAGAB = MIN §d p[a]-nim ibid. OECT 6 pl. 18 K.4045B+ :6f., cf. gi.bi nigin : 207ff.; ni-giLAGAB, niniLAGAB.LAGAB = sa-ha-ru kiddssu -sah-hi-ra 4R 20:9 and 11; gu.zu Nabnitu 0 302f.; ni-mi-en LAGAB = la-wu-u-um, [nam.b]a(?).Bu.i : kiddka [la tu]-sa-har-§u CT sd-ha-rum MSL 2 127 ii 1-2 (= MSL 14 90:30:1-2), 16 11 vi 13f., gui.zu gur.an. i.ib : kilddki sualso MSL 9 134:508 (Proto-Aa); n[i-mi-en] [LAGAB. hi-ir-Sum-ma ASKT 122f. No. 19:18 f., gi.zu mu. LAGAB] = sd-ha-ru-um, la-wu-u-um Proto-Diri 65 f.; un. i.ib : kidddka su-uh-hi-ir-Sd SBH p. 58 No. ni-gi-in LAGAB = sa-ha-ru Ea I 32, also Sb I 126; 30:42 f. and 46f. ni-gin LAGAB = sa-ha-rum A I/2:42; ni-gin LAGAB. url nimgir.ranu.mu.un.na.ab.se.ga.ri LAGAB = sa-ha-rum A I/2:128, ni-gi-in LAGAB. alu §a ndgiri la u-sah-hi-ru-u the town around LAGAB = sa-ha-ru Ea I 47b, Diri I 335; ni-in which the town crier no longer made his rounds LAGAB = sa-ha-ru Ea I 31a, A I/2:40; 9u.nigin SBH p. 31 No. 14:lf.; e.ne.ne.ne sil.a.ta = sd-ha-[ru]-um Nigga Bil. A v 13. rxl ba.an.sug.ge.eg gir kur.ra.kex(KID) [. . .] = sa-ha-pu, [du-ub] [DUB] = sa-ha-rum, ba.an.sig. ge. e : unu ina ribiti izzazzuma tals [ga-ra(?)] [GAR] = [k]a-ma-ru[m] Ea App. A iv 6ff., lakti mdti u-sah-ha-ri they (the demons) stand at in MSL 14 520; du-ub DUB = la-mu-u, sa-ha-rum the crossroads and turn back the traffic of the A III/5:1f.; si-i [si] = sa-ha-rum, su-uh-hu-rum country CT 16 42:16f., and parallel 43:42f.; [...] A III/4:153f.; [gu-d] fXj = sa-ha-ru[m] VAT 10237 mu.un.ma.al.la.ta [. . .] : . .. ] u-sah-hi-ru riii 2 (text similar to Idu). gi[m .. .] K.4497:3f. Nabnitu X 231; [gur] = na-as-hu-ru Sd dim.me.er.mu 9a.la.sud nigin.na.an.9i. gur = na-ds-hu-ru (in group with tirdnu, epequ) ib : ana ilija remeni at-ta-na-as-harI keep turning Erimhug VI 12; ni-gin LAGAB = sa-ha-rum, [x]. for help to my merciful god 4R 10 r. 5f., cf. (in gur = na-as(var. -ds)-hu-ru, [gi 4 (?)].a = ta-a-ri ha broken context) SBH p. 28 No. 12 r. 29f.; 9a.ab ZIG -. rx] = naAntagal III 55ff.; 9u. ni'iN[IGtN], gi 4 .i .gi 4 .iu : libbu na-ds-hi-ra 0 heart, turn to ds-hu-ru [§d x] Nabnitu 0 305f.; 9u. [x] = MIN me in pity 4R 21* No. 2:30f. = na-a[s-hu-ru] A §d [xl ibid. 307; [gi-i] [GI] i-te-'-lu-u = sa-ha-ru Malku V 75. 111/1:173; [ma.an.gi 4] = [il-ter-[ra], [is1-sah-[ra] Izi H 162 f. [tu]-sah-har 5R 45 K.253 vii 9 (gramm.). = i-ta-ds-hu-rum [LAGAB.LAGAB] n[i-mi-en] Proto-Diri 70c, also MSL 9 134:512 (Proto-Aa); 1. to turn, turn around, to turn back, ni-gi-in LAGAB.LAGAB = [i-ta-as]-hu-ru Diri I 344, also Ea I 47b; ni-gin LAGAB.LAGAB = i-ta-[as- return, to turn away, to retrograde, (in hendiadys) to do again, to resume doing hul-ru A I/2:113.

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saharu la a) to turn, to turn around: Iumma [immerum] is-hu-ur-ma a'ar innaksu kiSssu itakan if the sheep turns around and puts its neck on the place where it was
slaughtered YOS 10 47:31 (OB behavior of

saharu Ib la is-hu-ru who never turned back (from his enemies) Borger Esarh. 103 II i 27; U ina libbi mdti i§-hu-ru and they turned back from the interior of the country KUB 3 89:7 (Telipinu edict); ina arifu ul ni-is-sd-hur VAS 12 193 r. 25, cf. r. 24 (= EA 359, §ar tamhdri); Sarru issu Bdbili is-suuh-ra the king returned from Babylon
RLA 2 433 year 707, 435 year 707 (NA eponym

sacrificial lamb); [Summ]a SAL ekalli ... ana ma[zziz] pani tartugum . . . u iut iltu-hu-ur iltela idabbub if a palace woman calls to a courtier and the latter turns around and speaks with her AfO 17 287:106 (MA harem edicts); kimu pirik abulli i§-huur izziz when (the statue of Marduk) turns round and stops during the traversal(?) of the gate ZA 50 195:25 (MA rit.); is-hur-ma ana matiu itir he turned around and returned to his country CT 34

LUGAL is-suh-ra van Driel Cult of kim arru issu GN i-sa-hu-ra-nilest the king return from GN ABL 131 r. 5 (NA), cf., wr. i§-hura-an-ni ABL 1063:21, cf. also issu GN is-hur-an-ni ABL 1372:17, issu ammaka i-sa-hu-ru-ni ABL 183:11, adu bit andku a-sa-hu-ra-ni until I return ABL 95 r. 11, 39 ii 7 (Synchron. Hist.), cf. ibid. 42 ii 8, also a-sah-hur-ma Lkma is-su-uh-ru-u-ni ABL 476 r. 3, cf. Wiseman Chron. pl. 10:37; also ABL 170 r. 10, ni-is-su-hu-ra ABL 126:9, lemun lemunma wherever I turn there is raqutelu i-su-uh-ra ABL 198:27; emuqqi evil, only evil Lambert BWL 38:2 (Ludlul II); annUti 'a ... ana GN [i]llakini Summa 7-1u ana imitti 7-4 ana Sumeli NIGIN-ma [ana] kutalli i-sa-hu-ru these forces he turns seven times to the right and seven that are marching on GN, if they turn tail times to the left Farber Itar und Dumuzi ABL 1063 r. 9, cf. ana anniai-sa-a[h]-hu-ra 138:196; §a iballit ina ehiSu tadbi u i-sdhur ina sa-pa-ni-u (the king) who gives ABL 1292:9; la imaggur la i-sa-hur he was life with his sweet breath and it (the unwilling to come back ABL 1453 + CT 53 104:9 (all NA); just as this butterfly ana breeze) comes from the north EA 147:10, cf. ibid. 21, 23, and 44; IMtar iS-hur ana bilkdniSa la ta-sa-har-ru-u-ni ki hannd attunu ... ana bitdtikunu la ta-sa-hu-ra purszti KUB4 12 r.(!) 13 (Gilg. Bogh.); obscure: Summa Karru ulu rube narkabta irkabma does not return to its cocoon, so may you ana umel sisi bindtiu is-hur // ana Sumeli not return to your houses Wiseman Treaties 580f., cf. ibid. 542; far mdti ihalliqma kabtu bindtifu is-hur if a king or a prince is §a kaspa u hurdsa TUK ana arruti iak= to driving a chariot and turns its .... kanma kaspu u hurdsu i-sah-hur the king the left of the horse, var. turns its . . .. to the left CT 40 35:21f. (SB Alu), also ibid. 19f. of the land will perish, and a nobleman who owns silver and gold will be made b) to turn back, to return: NIGIN = king, and (in this way) the silver and the i-sa-hu-ru they (the horses) will (run) gold will return(?) (to the treasury?) ACh (and) return Ebeling Wagenpferde 38 Ko. r. 12 Sama§ 9:80, cf. ibid. 83, 11:77; eretka i-sah(MA); ina hinqi 8a Puratti attisi ina gir= hu-ra ana muhhija your crime would fall (lit. turn back) on me Bab. 12 pl. 2:20 (Etana); rijama a-su-uh-ra I came out of the in 1/3: aSSu mursu dannu la i-sa-na-hurnarrows of the Euphrates and returned to ra elija so that the grievous disease will (the main route of) my campaign itself not keep returning to me LKA 19:11; AKA 359 iii 45 (Asn.), also 354 iii 31; amut ana Sa iskipuu ilSu i-sah-hur-i his god ahurrurim sd ummdnum i-is-hu-ur an omen of deathly stupor, (meaning) that will turn (with favor) to him whom he the army turned back RA 35 46 (pl. 8) had rejected AnSt 30 102:16 (Ludlul I); in No. 16:4 (Mari liver model); the king a. . . personal names: I-sa-hur-dEN.ZU BIN 7
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saharu Ic 59:16, 60:22 (OB); note, followed by erebu, aldku: A§ur ana kanni ittusi md is-suhur etarab A99ur went out to the outskirts, he came in again ABL 611:8, cf.
Or. NS 22 39 r. 6 and 9f. (NA rit.), also [ilu us]sa .. . i-sa-hur e-rab ABL 735 r. 5, cf. ABL 251 r. 6, 561:7, issu bit PN i-su-hu-

saharu le ana lumni ukalluni §a rihti gabbu bit i-sahur-u-ni li-is-hur abassu laM§u this region alone, where Mars turns back, portends evil - as for all the rest, wherever he (Mars) turns back, let him turn back, there is no omen about it ABL 519 r. 10ff.
(NA), also (referring to Jupiter) ibid. r. 20ff., cf. ,umma issu libbi GABA 'a MUL.UR.GU.LA

ru-u-ni ina GN ... e-tar-bu ABL 129:6, [Nab i] 'a ana GN i-sa-har-u-niil-lak-u-ni Nabs who comes back again to Borsippa ina GN ZA 51 134:22 (NA rit.); 3 UD.ME kammusu u is-su-hur ittalak ana bit abiSu he remained for three days in GN, then he returned and went to his father's house ABL 154:20; issu ammaka a-sa-hu-ra ina yep Sadi allaka from there I will return and go to the foot of the mountain ABL
641:8 (= CT 53 19), cf. ABL 158:19, 424 r. 11, 523 r. 14, 630:11, 1003 r. 8, i-su-hu-r[a] its talka Iraq 17 26 No. 2:18 (all NA); 1 takkas

ana qinnil is-su-hur ibid. r. 14, cf. also ibid. r. 4, (Mars) issu libbi zuqaqipi ittusia issuh-ra ina libbi zuqaqipietarab ABL 519:22,
ABL 618 r. 8.

x-e medil a-na 1 NA 4 medilSu i-su-hur (obscure) ADD 993 i 6 (NA), cf. (following a list of precious stones) rihtu is-su-hur the rest has gone back (?) (to the treasury)
ibid. i 19, ii 13, 18.

[li]tbima simmu to turn away: c) mursu lis-hur let the illness depart, the disease turn away PSBA 16 275 K.8214:18 (Adapa); obscure: kidin DN ilput (!) ami-ir-u-nu i-sd-ah-hu-ru he has committed a sacrilege against Inguginak, their . . will . . . . MDP 23 171 r. 11'; in idiomatic meaning (with qaqqadu as subject): lukilzunuti u a-na-ku qa-aq-qa-di(!) la isa-ah-hu-ur let me offer them (the barley they asked for) and thus I will not come to shame (?) Sumer 14 65 No. 39:26 (Harmal
let.).

(in hendiadys) to do again, to e) resume doing: adi patram §a A§ur uSas= butulu ana gamirtim la kadu u i-sd-huru-ma libu elliu~unima ilarriqudunnila adamme'uu (I swear) I will not oblige him until I have made him grasp the sword of A9ur and he has reached a final settlement, and (furthermore) witnesses again appear in court against him and it will be considered stolen by him BIN 4 37:10 (OA let.); la a-sd-hu-ru-ma la alaqqeu I will not take again (any of PN's merchandise) (oath) CCT 5 14b:19 (OA); la i-sa-hu-ru(text -ra)-ma la udabbabuka
OECT 3 79:12, see Kraus, AbB 4 157;

ta-sa-

hur-ma §anuteka tahaSSal tamarraq for a second time you grind (various ingredients) finely again Oppenheim Glass 48 § 18:12, cf. ibid. 40 § 7:72, also ta-saibid. 47 hur-ma ana tamlilte te[ssip]

d)

to retrograde:

Salbatdnu ina libbi

MUL.PA.BIL.SAG ittemedi it-ti-ti-iz idddti

§ 18:5; kima atti inamanzdziki tasuddiu tasah-hu-ri-ma ina manzdziki tatur[ri] ... ardu halqu lisud u li-is-sah-r[a] ana bit beliluma litir (see sddu A mng. Ic) LKA 135:14f. (SB inc.); minumme mdtdti Lt.KcR a. ... i-la-ah-hu-r[u-m]a itti armat Hatti inakkiru any hostile country that (after having made peace with Hatti) again starts hostilities against the king of Hatti
KBo 1 4 ii 14, also KBo 1 8 r. 2, see Weidner, BoSt 9 132; anini ina bitdti [. . .] ni-su-

ina ITI Simdni i-sa-hu-ur Mars has reached its stationary point in the constellation of Sagittarius, and then in MN will begin to retrograde Thompson Rep. 236G r. 2, cf., wr. is-su-uh-ur ibid. 70 r. 2; anniuB udilu qaqquru bit Salbatnu i-sa-hur-u-ni 40

uh-ru nittuSib as for us, again we settled in houses [. . .] ABL 1044 r. 10 (NA), cf.
van Driel Cult of A4sur 126 ii 20; i-sa-hur-ra

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saharu 2a up for his losses ABL 242 r. 6 (NA); ta-sahhu-ra ildni tuppal you will treat the (other) gods the same way Ebeling
Parfiimrez. pl. 10:22 (NA rit.), also STT 88 x(!) 38 (tdkultu), see Frankena, BiOr 18 201; ri[ksdni]

saharu 2b 20:15 (SB ext.), also dl sikkatim §a nakrika
i-sd-hu-ra-ak-kum-ma RA 27 142:18, a-luu-um bellu ana [nakri]m(?) i-sd-a[h-h]uur YOS 10 33 i 47 (both OB ext.); resua ana

ammar§a patriinii-sa-hu-ru i-ku-u-nu all ordinances that have been laxly observed will be strictly observed again ABL 872:4 (NA); a§u matima la sa-ha-ri-im-ma ana muhhi ameluttu Judtu la ragdmu in order that there may never again be a claim concerning those slaves Nbn. 668:18
(leg.).

nakrim i-sd-ah-hu-ru-ru- my allies will go over to (the side of) the enemy YOS 10
44:27 (OB ext.), cf. DINGIR.ME9--a izzis bunimma ana K(JR NIGIN.ME9 CT 31 48 K.3976 r. 10, also CT 30 22 K.6268 i 12, 19 r. ii 6, ilu mati ana KjR NIGIN.ME ACh Sin 19:7;

2. to turn to (ana) (for help, allegiance), to go over to, to turn to an authority with a request, an appeal, to appeal to, beseech a deity, to look for, seek - a) to turn to (ana) (for help, allegiance), to go over to - 1' in treaties and hist.: arkdnu GN ana GN 2 iptur ana GN 3 iS-hu-ur later, Kizzuwatna seceded from Hatti and turned (in allegiance) to Hurri KBo 1 5 i 7, cf. ibid. 32, iii 52, GN ina arkdt imi ana GN 2 matimma ul i-la-ah-hu-ru in the future Kizzuwatna will never turn to Hurri ibid. iii 49, cf. ibid. i 28; RN ElamUl ana resuti 'is-hur-ma (Merodachbaladan) turned to Humbanigag, the Elamite (king), for help
Winckler Sar. pl. 34 No. 73:123; with idu:

ildni nakri ana rubi NIGIN.ME9 the gods of the enemy will turn (their favor) to the prince TCL 6 1 r. 53 (SB ext.); lamassi ameli ana lanimma NIGIN-?r Boissier Choix p. 46 K.1365:11; mdtu la udtu ana rubi NIGIN -d a country which does not belong to him will turn to the prince CT 20 2:7,
dupl. CT 31 41 Sm.2075:8, cf. CT 30 16 K.3841 r. 1 (all SB ext.); ildibhu ana bel [. . . i-

sd]-hu-ur his prosperity will go over to his [adversary?] YOS 10 54:15 (OB physiogn.); kaS§dptu kilpiki i-sa-ah-ha-ru-ni-ik-kiim-ma isabbatuki sorceress, your own sorcery will turn back on you and will seize you AMT 85,1 ii 13; note a-ma-e a-sd-hu-ur I will turn to .... TCL 20 103:13 (OA let.); with ana seri: kimapaniSu ana serija i§-hu-ra-am-ma ana bitim iter: bam as soon as he directed his intention toward me and entered the house ARM
2 129:21.

Sar Elamti Sa iddSu is-hu-ru-ma illiku resussu the king of Elam who, having gone over to his side, came to his aid
OIP 2 39 iv 52, cf. nice ... iddSu is-huru-ma ibid. 61 iv 67, cf. ibid. 73, 62 iv 84 (Senn.); his ally Sa i-da-a-'i (text i-SI+A~i) is-hu-ru-mailliku resissu Winckler Sar. pl. 34 No. 73:130.

b) to turn to an authority with a request, an appeal (with direct object): ekallam kabtam rabiam i-sd-hu-ur-ma should he (the runaway slave) appeal to the palace, a noble, or a high-ranking official (replaced by e'c YOS 8 15:10,
39:14, 72:9) YOS 8 19:11, cf. ibid. 46:11 (all

2' in omens and lit.: is-hu-ru-,im-ma ilu gimirrun all the gods have turned (in allegiance) to her (Tiamat) En. el. II 13, III 17, 75; dl pdtika ana nakrika i-sa-huur-ma tasabbassu a border town of yours will turn to your enemy, but you will capture it YOS 10 39:23 (OB ext.), cf. URU.
ZAG-ka ana KtR NIGIN-r CT 30 20:16, cf. ibid. 15:24, dl pdt nakri NIGIN-ka ibid.

OB); ammini jdSim awile ta-sa-ah-hu-ra why do you turn to the gentlemen on account of me? TCL 18 151:23, cf. li-ishu-ra-ku VAS 16 37 left edge 1 (both OB letters); RN Sar Kardu[niaS] . . . RN 2 [. . .] is-hur-ma Marduk-apla-iddina, the king of Babylonia, appealed (for help) to §uturnahunte (king of Elam) OIP 2 49:7 (Senn.); note in 1/3: jdti ta-as-sd-

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saharu 2c

saharu 2d they look for one mina or one-half mina (of silver) after my departure (?) TCL 20
87:12.

na-hu-ra-ni-in-ni you (pl.) keep appealing to me TCL 1 29:17 (OB let.). c) to appeal to, beseech a deity: alsiki belti izizzimma imi jdti e§'eki NIGIN-ki (var. as-hur-ki) I called you, my lady, stand by me, hearken to me, I sought you, I appealed to you BMS 7:11, var. from BMS 6:73, KAR 341:4; as-hur-ka ina ili ri4d rema I have sought you out from among the gods with my appeal, have mercy LKA
45:22, cf. LKA 43 r. 3, also, wr. NIGIN-ki

(var. as-hur-ki)

BMS 1 r. 41, 33:22, and

37:9; ana ludti NIGIN-ki alsiki for that reason (i.e., the various evils enumerated) I appealed to you, I invoked you BMS 7 r. 62, also BMS 57:7; [as]-hur-ka-madtamar
panika PBS 1/2 110:9 and dupls. Loretz-Mayer 8u-ila 70:8, KAR 256:8 + 297:7; NIGIN-ku-nu-

8i e'ekunuii I have appealed to you, I sought you out Farber Itar und Dumuzi 135:138, cf. alsikunuii as-hur-ku-nu-4i KAR 26:44, cf. also NIGIN.ME -kaa (var. NIGIN-ka) (parallel: ek'eka) Or. NS 36 275
obv.(!) 18, and see Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 135ff.; ina amat DN u DN 2 DN 3 as-sah-ri

at the command of Ea and Marduk I have appealed to Girra Maqlu V 124; ashur-ka el'eka naSd qdtdja 'apalka akmis I appealed to you, I sought you out with hands raised (in prayer), I knelt down at your feet ibid. II 14; as-hur belutki [l]u balatu u ,ulmu I appeal to your majesty, let there be health and prosperity BMS 8 r. 11; exceptionally in an OB let.: DN 8a uballatuki sz-uh-ri OBT Tell Rimah 113:5; in personal names: Ni-is-hur-

2' in OB, Mari: ,e'am itti tamkdrim ... i-sa-hu-ra-ki-im he will try to get barley for you from the merchant CT 52 53:18; PA.PA-ni ana athutim i-sa-ah-hu-raan-ni-a-Si-im (referring to a business partnership?) YOS 13 447:2, see Stol, AbB 9 191; aSum erim ,dmim [a tagpuram] [ina] Bdbili ds-hu-ur-[ma mimma] erUm ul iba §i erdm immaruma ilappar[uni] kkum with regard to buying a grinding slab, about which you wrote me, I looked (for one) in Babylon, but no grinding slab is available - when they find one, they will write to you A 3532:37 (let.); su-hu-ur-ma §amnam damq[am] [S]dmamma leqe'a look around, buy some good oil, and take it for me CT 29 14:24, cf. su-hu-ur-ma leqe'a ibid. 13:15, also 8a eli~ina dam[qa] a-sdhu-ur-ma ... eleqqeakki YOS 2 61:31, also iStuma Samnam ta-ds-hu-ru-rmal la td muru (see amdru A mng. 2a) ibid. 11:8, also §e'am su-uh(!) -ri-ma Idmi TCL 18 86:31; AB.HI.A ina GN ni-is-hu-ur ul iba§ia ana GN ittasha we looked for the 2 cows in GN but they were not there, they had been removed to GN A 3524:14 (let.), 2 cf. [i]s-sd-hu-ur-ma ul iba§§i ARM 10 31 r. 6', cf. also mimmuni ... ni-sd-hu-ur
OECT 3 83:43, see Kraus, AbB 4 161; ina GN

sabam §a Satruuniiimi-sa-ah-hu-ruthey are looking in Sippar for the men who have been assigned to them in writing TCL 18 91:11, cf. halqitikunuma su-uh-ra Bel BE 10 35:20, cf. ABL 281 r. 19, 791 r. 1 and ibid. 18, PN ,udti su-hu-ur-§u-u-ma A 11, NIGIN-dEN.LfL TuM 2-3 187:16, Ni-is3533:11 (let.); the overseer of the Amurru hur-DINGIR ABL 1342:23, also Ni-is-saul is-hu-ur-maul itra§§u andkuma allakma hur-Bel BE 9 9:16 (all NB). atarrallu did not look (for him) and did not take him along, I myself will go and d) to look for, to seek - 1' in OA: I said tahsistam §esiamma la§§u umma at= take him along TIM 2 109:35; §a ana Sutelmun GN u GN2 i-sd-ah-hu-ru (for contama mannum iqqablama li-is-hu-ur-i "Produce the memorandum," but it was text see lemenu mng. 8) Bagh. Mitt. 2 59 iv 10, cf. rittam 8a hulluqiSu ds-hu-u[r-ma] ul uta not there - you said, "Who is to look for it in the middle?" BIN 4 47:14; 8a 1 MA. ARMT 13 107:26, cf. ahuka dummuqamma NA.TA ui MA.NA. <TA> warkija i-sd-hu-ru i-sd-ah-hu-ra-ak-kum ABIM 26 r. 18; aws 42

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saharu 2d lum bel arnim 8a ina [da]mim ,dtu ba-allu-ma musiSu i-sd-ah-hu-ru that criminal who was polluted with that blood and (now) is looking for a way out (i.e., to escape) ARM 3 18:14; is-hu-ru-ma 'alam= tabu ul imuru they looked, but they could not find his body ARM 6 37 r. 3', cf. r. 1', cf. a-as-hu-ur-,u-ma ina rebim umim dmurluma Walters Water for Larsa No. 65:7, a-ds-hu-ur-ki-ma ul dmurki YOS 2 146:6, cf. also OBT Tell Rimah 120:7; qibilumma tazzimtam la i-sd-ah-hu-ur tell him he had better not look for trouble YOS te4-mi-ti-ia ta2 1:32 (let.); difficult: sa-ah-hu-ru Kraus AbB 1 28:11; note in 1/3: PN is-sd-ah-hu-ur-4i-ma ina bit PN2 imursima PN kept looking for her (the kidnapped child) and found her in PN 2 's
house Boyer Contribution 143:6; ni-is-

saharu 3a
deeds OIP 2 23 i6, also 48:2, 55:2, AfO 20 88:4 (all Senn.), Iraq 30 101:14 (Asb.); ana RN qadu

mdtilu amata saburtamamma ul i§-hu-raaA-su (my father) never plotted against Aziru or his land with false words KUB 3 14:8 (treaty); may the gods ana lemutti lis-hu-ru-ul ana la tadbti [lif]te'uS Sumer
23 54:25 (Merodachbaladan I kudurru); sdbu la

sd-na-ah-[hu-ur-ma] we looked everywhere (for the lost tablets) YOS 13 203:17 and 22; appinama ibissdm laniam ta-assd-na-hu-ri moreover you are acting as if you are out for another loss TLB 4 15:15; addulli bitisu is-sd-na-ah-hu-ur-ma he keeps seeking the protection of his house
ARM 1 15:18.

mu§uru i-sah-hur dina a man who has not gained freedom seeks a verdict (parallel: iWe'a mihsa) Lambert BWL 207:12 (fable); ilu 'a parsi is-hu-ru-an-ni-ma§uz= zuqanni jdi the (angry) gods who have sought me out (parallel: irilanni)for the office but are now tormenting me Or. NS 39 125:18 (namburbi); ta-as-hu-ri-in-ni tale'innitattalkimata-as-hu-rikibsija you (sorceress) have searched for me, looked for me, you went off and looked for my footprints AfO 11 367:5, cf. (evil magic) is-hu-railte'a KUB 37 43 iv 17; note in 1/3: attimannu ka ldptu §a tubtana'inni ana lemutti taStene'inni ana la tdbti ta-as-sana-ah-hur-in-ni whoever you are, sorceress, who keep seeking me out, searching for me with evil intent, looking for me for no good purpose Maqlu II 208, cf. VII
90f., STT 215 v 51.

3' in MA (1/3): a'ila la-sa-hur I intend to find (that) man KAJ 316:15 (let.). 4' in lit. and hist.: GilgdmeS & taddl baldtam ,a ta-sa-ah-hu-ru la tutta Gilgameg, for what purpose are you wandering about? - the (eternal) life which you seek you will never find Gilg. M. i 8 and iii 2; a-sa-ah-hu-ur inbi[ka] I seek your charms JCS 15 8 iii 11 (OB lit.); [b]ur i-meri a-sah-hur (bil. proverb, Sum. broken) Lambert BWL 246 v 43; illigimijama tem ili as-h[u-ur] illabdn appi u temeqi e§e' itarti ever since my youth I have sought the will of the god, humbly and with prayer I have sought my goddess ibid. 76:72 (Theodicy); sa-hi-ru patdnu pet libbi he who seeks good living (gains) relaxation ibid. 144:12; dlik tappit aki sa-hi-ru dam: qdti (RN) who comes to the aid of the destitute, who ever seeks (to do) good

3. to go around, circumambulate, make rounds, converge, assemble, to curve, veer, circle, to surround with, to encircle - a) to go around, to circumambulate, to make rounds, to converge, to assemble: itdt alim .. . i-sa-ah-hu-ur he is circling around the edge of the city (of Tuttul) ARM 2 137:29, cf. 8a itdtifu [i]-sd-ah-huru ARM 10 81:9; is-sa-hur-Si massar[tu ...] he has a guard go around it (Tema) BHT pl. 7 ii 31 (Nbn. Verse Account); bitu udti 8a taqb' epeu Ummdn-manda sa-hi-irthe Umman-manda are all ,um-ma around the temple, the building of which you (Marduk) ordered VAB 4 220 i 25 (Nbn.); balag 6.nigin.na : ina balaggi 8a bita
i-sa-hu-ru Sm. 873:4f. and dupls., see AnOr

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saharu 3b 165:6; ina batba[ttika] alabbi a-sah-hur (see lamzi v. mng. la) Langdon Tammuz pl.2ii8; sila.a gub.gub e.sir.ra nigin : muttazzizat ribiatim sd-hi-ra-at suqdtim she who stands around at the crossroads, loiters in the streets RA 24 36 obv. B:1
and r. B:l (OB, = Dialogue 5 111); mundahsi

saharu 3b the lung curves toward the left, and the left side curves toward its right KAR 447:5 (all SB); umma ubdn ha i qablitum sd-ah-ra-at-ma YOS 10 39:22 (OB); [... kima] qaqqad pilakki sd-hi-i[r] CT 31 14 K.2089:7; [Summa] manzazu NIGIN -ma ana kakki itur if the "station" curves and Knudtzon turns into a "weapon-mark" Gebete 116 r. 9, PRT 101:7, cf. [Summa] manzdzu NIGIN-ur-ma anakakki GUR KAR
456 r. 6, also ibid. 5, 7, and 8; Summa paddnu

sa-hi-ir duri'u asli8 utebbihma assabatala I slaughtered like sheep the warriors patrolling its wall and took the city OIP 2 51:23 (Senn.), cf. sa-hi-ir du-ri = masar mu-§i Malku VIII 32; PN sd-hi-irA.9A. I ME9 JEN 207:27, cf. Laj GR I sa-hi-ru 8a erdi ADD 1041 r. 2; GilgameS 8umi andku 8a allikam iStu Uruk bit Ani 'a ds-hu-raam 8adi Gilgameg is my name - I am one who has come from Uruk, the abode of Anu, one who has roamed the wilderness Gilg. M. vi 10, cf. [a]s-hur allika kaliSina matdti Gilg. X v 25; obscure: lumma amelu itti alpi NIGIN-ma itti alpi sammuh if a man (in his dream) has to do with an ox, that is if he parades around proudly with the ox MDP 14 50 i 10
(MB dream omens), see Dream-book p. 258, cf.,

2-ma is-hu-ru-ma ilid manzdzi kadu if there are two "paths" and they curve around and reach the base of the "station" CT 20 4 K.3671+ :15, wr. NIGIN.ME§ma ibid. 7 K.3999:22 (all SB); Summa ... kakkum is-hu-ur YOS 10 11 iii 28, cf. 31 ii 25, 32, and xi 2, Summa niru sa-hi-ir RA 44 13 (pl. 4) VAT 4102: 11 (OB); Summa... kakku sd-hi-ir JNES 33 354:13, Summa kakki imitti

iSissu sd-hi-ir iSissu la-me sa-ha-ru lamu-u ina li dni qabi Summa ina sdti §umu ana panika GI sa-ha-ru GI la-mu-u (see lam v. mng. 2a-1') CT 31 12 obv.(!) ii 20f.,
restored from ibid. 14 K.2091:5 ff., see Nougayrol, RA 68 63 n. 3.

wr. NIGIN-'r

ibid. 9; Summa amelu itti sarri NIGIN-dr if a man has to do (in his dream) with the king ibid. 8; note in legal context: EN.TAB.BA.UD.KA.BAR §a DN innaimakirdm is-hu-ur-ma ubirma ilqe the axe (symbol) of DN was brought and it circumambulated the orchard and thus established his right (to the property), and he took possession Jean Tell
Sifr 71a:19 and 71:18 (OB).

b) to curve, to veer, to circle - 1' said of parts of the exta: Summa martum ressa ana imittim is-hu-ur-ma if the tip of the gall bladder curves toward the right YOS 10 46 v 1 (OB); Summa ... re8 marti kima gamli ana §umeli is-hur if the tip of the gall bladder curves to the left like a curved staff Boissier DA 250 iv 14, Summa martu ana imitti sah-rat CT 31 26 r. 4, cf. ibid. 5; Jumma ubdn hali qablitu imittaSa ana Su= melima sumelSa ana imittila is-hu-ur if the right side of the middle "finger" of 44

2' said of parts of the body: Summa izbu uzndSu NIGIN-ma kutallau IGI.ME if the ears of the malformed animal are turned around and face its back (preceded are turned by ana kutalligu GUR.ME toward its back) Leichty Izbu XI72; [Summa] tzranu ina qaqqad ameli imitta sah-ru if the coils on a man's forehead curve to the right side Kraus Texte 2a:1, of. ibid. 2 ina qaqqadilu sahand 4, also 3 tirn ru ibid. 12a i 27', of. ibid. 28:4'; [Summa Sdrat qaqqa]diSu i-sah-hur if the hair on his head curls Labat TDP 30:104, cf. Summa kalli qaqqadilu sa-hir // i-sah-hur ibid. 20:23, cf. Summa birit qaqqadiu sa-a[hrat] ibid., also cited, with comm. Sdrat qaqqadiSu sah-rat STT 403:26, also Syria 33 125:3; qabal muhhiSu NIGIN-ir-ma (explanation to Summa qaqqadpaSSiri Sakin) Kraus Texte 17:6; Summa izbu [. . .] zibbassu NIGIN-at if the tail of the malformed

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saharu 3b animal is curved Leichty Izbu VII 137, cf. (said of isu jaw) ibid. 45. 3' said of drops of oil used in lecanomancy: Summa Samnum Sulmam iddima ana imitti samnim is-hu-ra-am-ma imitti samnim isbat if the oil throws off a bubble, and it moves around to the right of the (patch of) oil and adheres to the right side of the (patch of) oil CT 5 5:43 (OB
oil omens), also (with the left) ibid. 44; Summa ameli) CT 40 21 Sm. 936:6;

saharu 3c [Summa] seru ina bit ameli [NIGIN.MES iStanassi if in a man's house a snake keeps making circles and hissing KAR 386:52 (all SB Alu). c) (in the stative) to surround with (construed with acc. when passive) - 1' said of parts of the exta: [summa] ubdn hasi qablitum pitri sd-ah-ra-at if the middle "finger" of the lung is surrounded with fissures RA 38 84 r. 41 (OB), cf. summa ... E ... DU 8 .MES sah-rat-ma CT 30 9:20 (SB); gumma libbu Siram kima kubsim sd-hi-ir if the heart is surrounded with flesh as with a cap YOS 10 42 i 31, cf. pusam sd-hi-ir ibid. 28; 4umma amutum ili sd-ah-ra-at-mau Sutebr if the liver is surrounded with holes and they go all the way through AfO 5 215 No. 2:7 (OB); ,umma amutu ana sihirtiSakakke sah-rat if the liver is surrounded on all sides by "weapon-marks" TCL 6 1:36 and r. 46, cf.
CT 20 32:61f., 37 iv 22, 24, Boissier DA 7:29,

2 sulmi mithdrutim iddiamma isten ana imittim isten ana Sumelim is-hu-ru-u-ma kibir Samnim isbatu if the oil throws off two identical bubbles and they move around, one to the right, one to the left, and adhere to the edge of the (patch of)
oil CT 3 3:35 (OB oil omens).

4' said of stars: if the Yoke star faces west at its rising and ana S'ti is-hur turns toward the south ACh Supp. 2 67
r. ii 8 and parallels, also Thompson Rep. 237A:5,

cf. [...].AN.NA is-sd-hu-ur [if the star flashes? and] turns to the ....
star (?) K. 35:12 (partly in ACh Itar 5).

cf. also Summa amutu ana sihirtiu er eti
sah-rat TCL 6 1 r. 51, dupl. CT 30 31 Rm.

is153:9; [,umma] red marti ana adH hur-ma kakke sd-hi-ir if the tip of the 5' said of winds: Summa ... itbima ana amurri is-hur the east wind gall bladder curves toward the Julmu and rises but veers to the west ACh Adad 35:40. is surrounded with "weapon-marks" CT 30 50 Sm. 823:5; Summa ina imitti amuti 4iru issuru kima Sul-la GAR-ma 3 kakki sah-ru-i 6' said of birds: Summa ... itu Sumel ameli ana imitti ameli itiqma if there is a fleshy growth on the right ana UGU kappiSu Sa imitti NIGIN if a bird side of the liver (looking) like a wart(?) passes from the left of a man to his right and three "weapon-marks" surround it and veers on its right wing Boissier DA TCL 6 1:46; gumma amutu kima imSukkima 34:10, cf. CT 40 49:19 and 21; Summa .. . marta sah-rat if the liver is like a clay surds iStu imitti ameli ana kutal ameli envelope and surrounds the gall bladder NIGIN-ma ana Sumel ameli itiq if a falcon CT 30 9:14, cf. amutu ana sihirtilamartu circles around from the right side of a NIGIN-Si ibid. 15, cf. also, wr. sah-ru and man to his rear, and passes to the left NIGIN.ME§ Boissier Choix 92 K.3670:11 and 13, of the man CT 40 48:9, cf. ibid. 17, 22, and also, wr. sah-ru-i-nu-tiand NIGIN.ME§25, cf. (with eSebu), wr. NIGIN -ir CT 38 su-nu-ti-ma ibid. 93:15 and 18, also manzdzu 31 r. 16 (all SB Alu). arikma Eg sa-hir King Chron. 2 p. 133:27 7' said of snakes: Summa ... seru ina suqi iltu imitti ameli ana Sumel ameli is-hur if a snake in the street moves around from the right of a man to his
left CT 38 33:17, cf. ibid. 18, (with ana pan

,ulmi

(all SB).

2' said of oil used in lecanomancy: Summa kibir Samnim wurqam sd-hi-ir if the edge of the oil is surrounded with yellow CT 3 2:23; Summa Samnum ...

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saharu 3d itdtusu dimtam sd-ah-ra if the sides of the oil patch are surrounded by drops
(lit. tears) CT 5 6:71 (both OB oil omens).

saharu 5a 4. to do business(?): (several persons) ana x ,e-e Zt.LUM Z E.GI§.I ana saha-ri-imana TAB.BA anaMU. 1.KAM IB.TA. E.ME rented [.. .] in partnership for one year to do business(?) in . . . . barley(?), dates, and linseed YOS 13 44:8 (OB). 5. to delay, tarry - a) in OA: igti dlikim pan&mma atlak imakkal la ta-sdhu-ur leave with the very first caravan, do not tarry even one day TCL 20 102:15, umakkal la i-sd-hu-ru KTS la:32; la i-sdhu-ur turdaSu TCL 14 4:26, also TCL 4 49:18,
TCL 14 35:2', cf. CCT 4 42c:18, BIN 4 20:15,

3'
...

said of stars:
MUL.ME9

summa MUL Dilbat

NIGIN-at-ma (= lamdtma)

MUL UGU- d NIGIN-ir if Venus is surrounded by (other) stars, and a star above it(?) encircles it ACh Supp. 2 49 K.3549:19,
also ibid. 17, and dupl. LKU 103:11 and 13, cf. [UGU]-?d MUL.GAL NIGIN-ir K.8688:9, (with MUL TUR) ACh Itar 1 col. a (= r. ii) 1, also UL.ME§ NIGIN-ru-si BM 75228 r. 10.

balti uzzu puluhti 4' other occs.: melamme sarruti itdtiSa sa-ah-ra-a-ma its sides are surrounded with dignity, awe, (and) terror-inspiring royal splendor VAB
4 118 ii 55 and 138 ix 35 (Nbk.); uncert.:

ICK 1 85:6; apputtum PN la i-sd-hu-ur iti panimma turdaMu please, PN should not tarry, send him with the first (caravan)
Contenau Trente Tablettes Cappadociennes 24:25,

[Summa .. . m]al(?) -ra-a sa-hi-ir if he is
surrounded by riches(?) ZA 43 94:46' (Sittenkanon).

cf. 5 ume la i-sd-hu-ur ifti bdtiqim turdaS§u
TCL 4 7:10, cf. CCT 2 10:74, CCT 3 40c:12, CCT 4 41a:27, OLZ 1970 357 VAT 9220:28; am=

d)

to encircle, said of magic or sor-

cery: Summa amelu u-pi-Su lemnuti NIGIN8u if evil magic surrounds a man AMT 89,1 ii 11 (= Kocher BAM 435 v), dupl. Kocher cf. upSdSu lemnuti ina la BAM 434 v 8,

id&NIGIN-5u (if) without his knowledge evil magic has encircled him 4R 55 No. 2:4, 8a ana jdSi sah-rucf. ina upSdS. ... ni epSini Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 528
is-hu-ra i-Se-a-am K.3434+ :7, also a ... ibid. 11, STT 77:8, see Laessoe Bit Rimki p. 37,

8a isetc., see also ruhc; kisri unti hu-ru-ni puttir undo these magic knots which have encircled me AMT 90,1:1, cf.
also BMS 7:54; qdt etemmi sah-ra-ni-ma
see also AfO 18 KAR 297 ii 14, cf. ibid. 10;

makam la ta-sd-hu-ur tib'amma atalkam do not tarry there, get under way and come KT Hahn 4:11, cf. TCL 19 56:13, KTS 19b:22, note: 2 umi la ta-fas-hul-ar CCT 2 17a:17; suhdru littalku la i-sd-hu-ru BIN 4 78:14; Summa sd-ah-ra-ku PN atarrad if I am delayed I will send PN CCT 4 31a:25, cf. la sd-ah-ra-ku OIP 27 62:33; [Su]mma sd-ah-ra-ti tertaka ana 8a kima kudti lillikamma tuppam liddinunim if you are delayed, let your instructions come to your representatives, and let them give me the tablet TCL 20 127:19', cf. TCL 4 50:20, TCL 20 94:5, 10, and 25, Summa PN

sd-hi-ir BIN 4 20:24, TCL 19 69:30, BIN 4
16:15, 23:32, cf. ICK 1 132:10; suharka ibbu= butim la imuat Summa atta sd-ah-ra-at ana ukulti suhrika ebilam let your children not die of hunger - if you are delayed send me (food) for your children's rations BIN 6 124:14; apputtum tib'amma atalkam Summa atta babtika sd-ah-ra-ti kaspam Juknam please get going, (even) if you are delayed because of your outstanding claims, deposit the silver for me TCL 19 1:21, adi sd-ah-ra-ti-ni Hecker Giessen 28 r.8';u jdti mursum imqutamma adi a-ni

289:7, cited mng. 14b; a8u la as-hu-rads-im-ma is-hu-ra because she bewitched me though I did not bewitch her a annanna Maqlu II 200; ana epiSi ... ana NIGIN (var. sa-<ha>-ri)nillika Maqlu III 36, var. from STT 82; ana sahirtisuh(vars. SIH, su-uh)-ri-ma iqb2 Maqlu III 122, also
Iraq 22 224 r. 4, vars. from STT 76:10, 77:10;

e ta-as-hur-Su do not exert evil magic
against him Farber I~tar und Dumuzi 230:37.

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saharu 5b a-su-hu-ur§almdku sickness befell me so I was delayed until now, (now) I am well
TCL 19 25:11, cf. CCT 4 3a:16; sikkdtum ana

saharu 8a the sorceress roaming the streets ana mahrida u arlkia is-sa-na-ah-hur keeps moving forward and back Maqlu III 5; bar.ra (var. adds Am).nigin.e : §aina ahdti is-sa(var.-sd) -na-ah-hu-ru who keeps prowling around in the countryside CT 17 35:45; ina . . . tiris qdti u la eperi suq dliu li-is-sa-ah-hur let him rove the streets of his city with outstretched hand but getting no alms MDP 2 pl. 23 vi 40 (MB kudurru); I conjure you la ta-as-sana-ah-hu-ra-ni la ta-tu-ra-a-ni do not keep circling around me, do not return to me AfO 19 117:33 (SB inc.); §dru ina libbi u i-sa-na-hur "wind" keeps moving around in his belly Kocher BAM 49:12, parallel 50:14, cf., wr. is-sa-na-hur ibid. 52:77, cf. also adru ina lubur= Kiichler Beitr. pl. 10 iii 25,

Sumi la sd-ha-ri-kd annakamula uStebilak kum (see sikkatu B usage a) BIN 4 51:47; alumi kiam sd-hi-ir CCT 2 35:28; warham iSten u 2 ITI.KAM ni-sd-hu-ur-ma kaspam neppaakkum we will have to tarry a month or two, but we will get the silver for you KTS 18:29, cf. ITI.1.KAM e taas-hu-ur-ma TCL 4 48:42 (coll.), cf. Kienast ATHE 42:22, warham itin ld-as-hu-ur-ma CCT 2 38:5, warham it8n sa-hi-ir RA 60 106 MAH 19609:33, note warham iSten sdhu-ur-ma CCT 3 50b:22; su-ku-ur-tum it= talkanma ITI.5.KAM ITI.6.KAM a-su-huur BIN 4 35:18; harrdni ekbat 10 ume ina Kdni la a-sd-hu-ur a-ta x §umma adi 10 ume la takludanni atallak Summa atta ... s-ah-ra-ti x kaspam . . . ebilamma my journey is imminent, I cannot wait in Kani§ ten days - if you cannot reach me within ten days, I will have to leave if you are delayed send me the x silver
CCT 3 33b:6 and 11, cf. ICK 1 184:34, cf. also

ri§u NIGIN-ir ibid. pl. 13 iv 48, pl. 1 i 27,
but wr. d(error for i?)-sa-na-vUR Kocher BAM 158 iv 14; Summa Salbatdnu MUL. UDU.IDIM is-sa-na-hur Thompson Rep. 88:4,
cf., wr. NIGIN.ME 9-ma ACh Iftar 5:8, cf.

also MUL-i kima ka[rare] is-sa-na-hur
Thompson Rep. 103 r. 11; note: NIGIN.MESur = x-[. . .] CT 41 26:6 (Alu Comm., to scorpion omens).

Summa suhdri ammakam i-sd-hu-ru KT Blanckertz 5:23; a8a sd-ah-ra-ku-nilibbaka la imarras do not be worried because I am delayed CCT 1 44:11, cf. sd-dh-ra-ku
CCT 3 47a:14, BIN 6 20:14, BIN 4 48:40, CCT 5 14a:6, 27b:2.

b) other occs.: ammini ina IGI.ME§ka i-sa-ah-hu-ur why should (the gold)
be delayed in your presence? ur why do you tarry? EA 16:16

(Aggur-uballit I); [at]ta minam ta-sa-ah-hu(Urgu story), see ZA 44 120;

KBo 1 11 r.(!) 8 ina inija sah-

b) to gather, to convene: [DINGIR.ME]9 mdti is-sa-na-[ah-hu]-ru(OB version: ilu matim iptanahhuru RA 46 88:6) ana te[mi] the gods of the land gather for instructions CT 15 39 ii 26 (SB epic of Zu); rab2tu Igigi is-sa-na-hu-ru (var. iltanas= sumu) uddd isqi~un mahdru sirqilun the great Igigi gather to be assigned their income, to receive their offerings ZA 10
296:19 (SB hymn), dupl. AfK 1 25 r. iii 20, see Lambert, Kraus AV 202.

rat dimtum tears stand in my eyes constantly Bab. 7 140:19 (SB lit.).

6. to change into, turn into (replacing tdru): umma amelu ana neSi NIGIN-r if
a man turns into a lion MDP 14 49 i 3 and 4 (MB dream omens), cf. ibid. 1, 2, and 5.

c) to show concern: (Nabii?) [hatin? e]n~iti mu-sah-hi-ru aku"ti STT 70:12, see
Lambert, RA 53 132, and see mussahru adj.

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saharu 8a sun) they trembled, took fright, and reversed their march (var. turned their back) En. el. IV 108, cf. suh-hu-rat arkassu Bauer Asb. 2 72:10, see also qinni§; iltanu ... liSn GIA.BAR . .. ana GN u-sa-hir-ma the north wind turned the tongue of flame back toward GN Borger Esarh. 104:6; PN ana erset GN i-sa-hi-ir-ma AfO 23 66:30 (OB let.); Marduk sa mukassidija ikim aspau assukkaSu i-sah-hir Marduk took the sling away from him who pursued me, and turned back his sling stone Lambert BWL 56 line r (Ludlul III); lemna suh-hir-~i panukka lillik turn the evil one back, he should go in front of you (to the nether
world) Farber IBtar und Dumuzi 186:51, also

saharu 9a silver and gold was stolen mannum atta Sa kaspam u hurdsam §a ana ge-em ... mimma naSima u-sa-ha-ru Sa kima [...] whoever you are who misappropriate the silver and gold that is taken(?) for barley . . [...] ARM 14 111:8. b) to repel an enemy, an attack: MU Sarru RN u-sd-ah-hi-ru year when the king drove back Kadagman-Enlil DAFI 6 102 No. 6 edge (MB Elam); dabddu amhasma u-sah-hi-ratibdAu I defeated him, I turned back his attack TCL 3 133 (Sar.); nakirka itti iii kami u suh-hur with the help of the god your enemy will be defeated and repulsed CT 20 39:4 (SB ext.), cf. tib nakri suh-hur VAB 4 268 ii 30 (Nbn., ext.), cf. ilani I.SI mdtdti d-zar(!) -ru // i-sah-ha-ru CT 40 39 r. 46 (SB Alu); ina kakki nakru u-sah-har-an-ni in battle the enemy will repel me CT 20 31:3, dupl. KAR 423 ii 20,

137:180; la 9E.GA GAR-Su ekallu d-sa-harSl lack of (royal) favor will befall him, the palace will turn him away CT 40 36:35 (SB Alu), cf. ilu u iStaru suh(var. suh4) -hu-ru-Su Farber IStar und Dumuzi 227:7, cf. CT 31 25 Sm. 1365:7, TCL 6 1:2, cf. ina cf. also amrinni beltu ki su-uh-hu-ra-ku kakki nakra u-sah-har ibid. 1 (all SB ext.), ... issu pan AfO 25 39:15; GUD 'aklaltu [... u7-sah-har unakkar K.2349 r. 16 bdbi u-sa-ha-ru-u-ni they turned back (astrol.); obscure: Jumma GIS. UB.rx1 kiam the ungelded bulls from the gate ABL §a-ak-[. . .] -ul u-sd-ah-hi-ir-§[i] ARM 1202:26 (NA); [...] pani dliga u-sah-hi-ru 6 70 r. 11'. who turned [a ... woman away from(?)] c) to evict(?): u ina libbi bitdti ... her town Surpu II 19; u-se-hi-ir-ma RN Tn.-Epic "iii" 44; by my gods I swear lumma [mari Sipri]ja gabbaSunuma §a abui [u]sandku i-Sd-ga-lu-ka-nu-ni Iumma ana se-eh-hi-ir and he always used to evict (?) kutal u-sa-ha-ru-ka-nu-<ni> that I will from (those) houses all my envoys who stayed there EA 29:33 (TuHratta). never have you deported, and that I will never turn you away ABL 541 r. 6 (NA), cf. d) to cause to change allegiance: rubi a'ila la tu-sa-har JCS 7 135 No. 60:9 (MA Tell mat nakriSu ina kakki i-sa-har the prince Billa); urddni §a garri belija bit emmaruni will make the land of his enemy change idukka ihabbatharrdndtlarrdniu-sa-ha-ar allegiance through armed force KAR 465:6, he kills or kidnaps the servants of the cf. ibid. 7, restored from 417:6f. (SB ext.); alani king, my lord, wherever he finds them, u munnabti Sa itu GN... u-sa-ah-hi-ruhe forces back the royal caravans ABL ni-ku-nu-ni the cities and the fugitives 463 r. 9 (NA, coll. S. Parpola); izzaz ina suqima whom they turned from (allegiance to) u-sah-har gepe she (the sorceress) stands Hatti to you KBo 1 20:16 (MA let.), cf. ibid. 19. in the street and repels the feet (parallel: iptaras alaktu) Maqlu III 6; kima isakkiru 9. suhhuru to restore, return, turn L§j patar parzilli issu pan meh(e)rigu la over to, (in hendiadys) to do again - a) i-sa-ah-<ha>-ra when they are drunk to restore, to return, to turn over to: neither can turn (his) iron dagger from neparam Sa PN ana bit t~rtim Sa bdb Nergal his fellow ABL 85 r. 9 (NA); difficult: I [i] -sd-hi-ir I transferred (?) PN's workissued the following order - the gods' shop to the office of the Nergal gate ARMT

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saharu 9a 13 40:43; eqlu [Ia] PN S[a] RN PA-lim u-saah-hi-ru-ni land belonging to PN which A99ur-rabi (I), the uklu (i.e., king), restored KAJ 177:9 (early MA); ina muhhi piqitteja beli lu-sa-hi-ra-ni may my lord restore me to my office ABL 382:12; Sarru beli ina GN lu-sa-hi-ir-Si-nu may the king, my lord, return them to GN ABL 544:25, cf. x men ana GN u-sa-hi-ir ABL 167:22, cf. Iraq 20 183 No. 39:65; kdru gabbi ana paniSu us-sah-hir each and every quay he has reclaimed for his own use ABL 992:17; nillak GN nu-sa-ah-ha-ra we shall go and regain the city of GN ABL 1093 r. 16 (all NA); mu-sdh-hi-rat etli labsu ana bit emuti (ITtar) who makes the angry man return to the wedding ceremonies STT 257 r. 4; tuppu sa-hi-rau-sa-hi-ir ittigi (the messenger said) "Return the tablet" - I returned (it), and he took it away ABL 90 r. 12, cf. egirti . . . -sa-hir-u-ni ABL 1021 r. 8; tablu utabbulu u-sa-hu-ru ... ukattumu they used to take stolen goods, return (them), and cover up (the theft) ABL 1389 r. 4, cf. ibid. obv. 18 (all NA); ina libbi tdbti annite a Sarru beli ana urdiu epuSuni andku ina kime minu ana belija i-sa-hi-ir considering all the kindness which the king, my lord, has shown to (me) his servant, what in return could I restore to (i.e., do for) my lord? ABL 211:9 (NA); note in the meaning "to respond with": jarurltu4-sah-hu-ru (see

saharu 11a ha-ra-ak-ka your adversary will make you turn to prayer YOS 10 33 ii 50 (OB ext.). b) (in hendiadys) to do again: illak ila usess&u u-sa-ah-har userrab he goes and takes the god outside, then he brings him back again ABL 65 r. 3, cf. us-sahi-ir usseriba ABL 446:4; us-sa-hi-ir urtamme ABL 951:15; nise sa-hi-ri ana belesunu dini give the people back again to their masters ABL 537:11, cf. nisesunu lu-sa-hi-ru li-di-nu-ni-su-nu ibid. r. 5, of.
ABL 131:14f., 916:8, 17, and r. 3, Iraq 20 193

No. 43:17, 196 No. 45:11, la -sa-hirla iddin ADD 98:5 (coll., all NA), and passim in NA with naddnu; ittalka urddnisu usseridd ana(text PA) -ku -sa-hi-ir ... assapara he left, but did he bring his servants down? I sent another messenger (to PN)
ABL 251:13 (NA, coll. K. Deller).

10. suhhuru to take someone or something around: they will shave his head and uru.ki.a mi.ni.ib.nigin.e. [n] e : alam u-sd-ah-ha-ru-su take him round the city Ai. VII iii 32, cf. URU.KI hi-ru-su-ma CT 45 18:16 (OB); qaqqassu likkisuma u birit dalne ... li-sa-hi-ru let them cut off his head and take it around the towns ARM 2 48:19; Du (= epis8?) bitisu ala u-sa-har he will lead the builder(?) of his house around the town

u-sa-

Dream-book 331: 16', see ibid. 288 n. 152; summa

jaruritu) K.3438a+ :9 and dupl., see Landsberger, WZKM 56 120 n. 31; Sar kiati iliu
ana nakriu i-sah-ha-ru-s (var. TAK 4 . ME -tii U-sah-ha-ru-) his gods will turn the king of the world over to his enemy (citing ACh Itar 20:94) ABL 679:12, see
Parpola LAS No. 300, var. from TCL 6 16 r. 47;

DN .. . mssu ana nakriu z-sah-har-ma Marduk will turn his country over to his
enemy Lambert BWL 112:27; nakru mat

dribi IGI-su-<nu> ana pan ameli su-uhhu-ru-ma ittana'rarru if ravens circling toward a man begin to croak CT 39 25 K.2898+ :13 (SB Alu); uncert.: isdtu .. isbat libbu nakkaptu kissat libbisu -sahhir us-sah-hir qaqqad binut ameluti the fire seized the heart, the temple(s), it made the kissatu disease of his heart ... ., made the head of (this) human being .... (possibly to seheru) AfO 23
42:21 (SB inc.).

rUbd ana dannati i-sah-har the enemy will make the ruler's land return to the
fortress CT 20 38 Rm.2,238:4 (SB ext.); SUhur KUR (apod.) VAT 10218 iii 64 (astrol.);

note bel lumnika ana te-e-mi-i-qi i-sd-ah-

11. suhhuru (with panu, kiddu, qaqz qadu as object) to turn away, toward a) with panu - 1' to turn away - a' in gen.: bell atta panika tu-sa-ah-hi-ir-ma

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saharu 11a ina §ibitijatu-ud-di-il-la-an-ni (see ddlu A mng. 2) VAS 16 190 r. 10' (OB let.); aGar= Sani belipani[u] a u-sa-a[h-h]i-ir let my lord not turn his attention elsewhere Syria 19 126:14 (Mari, translit. only); dAipu u itinnu pani§unuu-sd-ah-[ha-ru] (see adipuusage i) ZA 23 374:90 (SB inc.); note referring to parts of the exta: §umma ubdn hali qablitumpanila i-sd-hi-ra-am-maimittam na-al-ka-<at> YOS 10 39:35 (OB ext.); referring to constellations: if Ursa Major anaMUL.SUDUN paniaaus-sah-[hi-ir] ACh
Istar 21:94, dupl. BM 38301 r. ii 8; Kraus AV 194 II 14 (SB lit.).

saharu 1ic b' said of gods: ( amag, who for many a year had been angry with Babylon) ina pali RN salima irima u-sah-hi-rapa= niu in the reign of RN relented and turned back to it BBSt. No. 36 iii 18 (NB), cf. ana tenin nigqdteja suh-hi-ra-ni pa=
nikunu PBS 1/1 14 r. 37 and dupl., cf. ibid.
r. 49, see JNES 33 275:36 and 48, cf. [suh]-

hi-ri paniki STT 238:7,

wr. su(text 8u)-

hi-ir paniki ibid. r. 3, cf. also RAcc. 130:30,
Streck Asb. 262 ii 30; ana sd-uh-hu-rupaniu usalli'uma panidu tu-sah-hi-ram-ma I prayed to her that she show me favor, and she showed me favor VAB 4 278 vii 17 and 19 (Nbn.); note (Marduk) u-sa-ah-hiir ka[battagu(?)] 5R 35:11, uncert.: [us(?)1sa-ah-ra (Marduk) relented(?) ibid. 10
(Cyr.), see Berger, ZA 64 196 and 208.

excep-

tionally without panu: alsu su-uh-hur-u b' said of gods: adi mati belti zenda tima suh-hu-ru panuki how long, my lady, will you remain angry, will your face be turned away in anger? STC 2 pl. 83:93, cf. ibid. pl. 81:77, also me.en.na gagan. ma i.bi.zu nigin.na.ke : adi mati belti su-uh-hu-rupanuki ASKT p. 115 No. 14 r. 7f.; ina su-[h]u-ur pani u male libbdte Ug.ME9-ni with averted face and heart full of anger they (the angry god and goddess) pursue me relentlessly KAR 26:36 (SB rel.), cf. ,aknani ... suh-hur pani u male libbati STC 2 pl. 81:70; IGI NIGIN.NA: su-uh-hu-<ur> pa-ni (for sud pani) BRM 4 20:58, see AfO 14 262f.; exceptionally with mnu: i-ni-ki tu-sa-hi-riyou (goddess) have turned away KAR 107:12. 2' to turn to - a' in gen.: du 5 .mu. dmu.ul.lil.l gu mu.un.dag(var. tak 4) i.bi.ni na.ba.nigin (OB version: n[a] .ma. an.il.la) : mdrEnlilaip park panilu la u-sa-hi-ra-ma (Ninurta) the son of Enlil, who neglected (me) and did not turn back to me Lugale IX 5; hul.gl igi.bi ba.ra.an.da.nigin : lemnu paniu la u-sah-ha-[ra] may the evil not turn back to me CT 17 1:11; Iumma mdr larri beli pan u ina muhhija us-sa-hi-ra if only the crown prince, my lord, would take notice of me ABL 885:23 (NA); uncert.: panuu su-hu-ru UET
6 396:4.

b) with ki'ddu: a8um tenm girrim a dllikam awilu laputtikunu 8a ittija tuwa'e= ranidunuti mammanma 8a kidassu u-sahi-ra-amul iba88i u iten awilam mamman ul itrudam ediSijama etenelli with regard to organizing the expedition I was undertaking, and the officers you (pl.) had assigned to me, no one has taken the slightest notice of me, no one has sent me a single man, so that I had to make my way up country, bit by bit, all alone PBS 7 42:13 (OB let.); §a ilu isbusu u-sahi-raGj-su (var. tu-sa-harGf-su) a zendt 8imtalu tusallam ittiSu he whose god had been angry turned back to him (var. you make him return), he whose destiny is angry with (him), you reconcile (him) with him KAR 25:9' (SB rel.), see Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 470; idi letka suh-hi-ra ki-S[ad-ka] ZA 61 58:188 and 190 (hymn to
Nabfl).

c) with qaqqadu (Mari only): itu andku qadum sdbi[m kasrim] ina mdtim aka adu ... qaqqassu alaraniul u-sa-ah-h[a-ar] when I arrive in the country with the regular troops, he will not be able to turn his attention elsewhere ARM 2 23 r. 14'; [pu]llusdku si-hu-u[r qa-qa]-di-ia ul el6
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saharu 12a I am worried, I can pay attention to nothing (else) ARM 3 78:29. 12. sushuru to put to flight, cause to turn back, turn away, to subvert, make shift allegiance, to cause to search, (with pani) to cause to turn - a) to put to flight, to cause to turn back, to turn away: ina pi DN u DN 2 ildni bile tdhazi ul-te-es-hi-irRN Sar GN by order of Itar and Adad, the gods who are the lords of battle, I(?) put to flight Hultelutig, king of Elam BBSt. No. 6 i 41 (Nbk. I); sapnat mdtum §u-us-hu-ra-atkaluSa the land was leveled, it all was forced to take flight

saharu 14 d) (with pani) to cause to turn: [ana] Esagil§a tarammu Su-us-hi-rapanikaturn your face back toward the Esagil which
you love CT 13 48:10 (SB lit.).

13. Sushuru to place around, surround, to cause to encircle, to make spin, (in the stative) to be turned around - a) to place around, to surround: askuppdtipili rabti . . . asurruSin u-Id-as-hi-ra I put huge blocks of marble around its base
course OIP 2 97:86, also 106 vi 10, 110 vii 43 (Senn.), cf. Borger Esarh. 95 r. 18, and see

asurri usage b, bdbu A mng. 4b-1', kist; [. . .] d u-us-hu-ra i-ta-t[u] -u-d its (the dlikc bed's) sides were surrounded with [...] JCS 11 86 iv 13 (OB Cuthean legend); pan ummdni lundrma ummdni lu-Sd-as-hir Streck Asb. 300 iv 15, see Bauer Asb. p. 50 n. 1; kiri nuhSi ... u-d-as-hir-Sd-ma I put a I will slay the leader of the army and put the army to flight Cagni Erra IV 116, luxuriant garden round it (the akitu house) OIP 2 137:35 (Senn.), cf. alam ana cf. §u-us-hur kardSi KAR 434 obv.(!) 6 (SB ext.); ila larra kabta u rubd d-Sd-as-hi- kiddnim i-Sa-as-hi-ir PBS 15 79 ii 55 (Nbk.), and passim, see kiddnu usage c, and passim ru-nin-ni they (the evils that befell me) in NA and NB building inscrs.; A dad. . . eqltiu turned god, king, high official, and prince away from me KAR 26:40 (SB inc.); li- idra li-Sa-as-hir-ma (see idru A) MDP 6 §e-es-hi-ir (var. li-sah-ra) bel dabdbija pl. 11 iii 11 (MB kudurru), also UET 1 165 iii 7. may it (the ashur stone) make my adb) to cause to encircle: summa alu versary in court perform a volte-face MIN (= tupqinnasu) kalbe NIGIN-dr if the
LKA 104:21, var. from KAR 71:10 (SB inc.).

b) to subvert, to make shift allegiance: erililunumasdba[m] u-a-ds-hi-ir-Iu-nuti destitute as they were, he was able to make the troops change sides ARM 2 31 r. 3'; u beli ide kima iSten awilum pi mdditim u-sa(sic)-ds-ha-ar and my lord knows that a single man can seduce the minds (lit. mouths) of many ibid. r. 7'; umman GN u GN 2 itti'u lu-(var. omits -u) §e-e§-hir he made the army of Hatti and of the Ahlamfi go over to his side AOB
1 116 ii 22 (Shalm. I), cf. 1R 29 i 43 (Sam§iAdad V), see Schramm Einleitung 108.

of a city causes dogs to go around .... (followed by usalma, usadmam) CT 38 2:39 (SB Alu); sa ... is-hu-ra i-se-e-hi-ra(var. [d]-Sd-as-hi-ra) who encircled me, or caused (magic) to encircle me AfO 18 289:7
(SB inc.), also Maqlu I 92, cf. KAR 374 r. 7;

Summa amelu bel dabdbiSu kiSpi NIGIN-sU if a man's adversary in court encircles him with magic AMT 89,1 ii 16, 19 (= Kocher
BAM 435 v), and dupl. Kocher BAM 434 v 17.

c) to make spin: u-gd-as-har sihir magarri I can make the rims of the
(chariot) wheels spin
Streck Asb. 256 i 23.

d) (in the stative) to be turned around:
Summa ubdndt SepeSu TUR.ME9 Su-us-hu-

c) to cause to search: ana Ug.UDU. HI.A la ippaqda ana la Su-us-hu-ri-im not to institute a search(?) for the sheep and goats that have been entrusted (to the
shepherds) YOS 8 92:2, also Riftin 59:2, YOS
8 60:2, 61:2, 106:2 (all OB).

ra-ma if his little toes are tightly clenched (lit. are turned around) Kraus Texte 23:10
and dupl. K.3812:10 (unpub.), cited ibid. p. 30a.

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3a:47, cf. also ICK 1 189 left edge 4; PN la

saharu 16a surqinnu) 79-7-8,247:15; itdtuki §u-tas(var. -[ta] -as) -hu-ra baldti u Iulmu on all sides you (lit. your sides) are surrounded with health and well-being Loretz-Mayer Su-ila
14:20, var. from KAR 250:15, see Ebeling Hand-

60:19; gimir ummanija kima manzdt §u-tas-hu-ru the whole of my army was arranged in a circle (around the returning statue of Marduk) like a rainbow Streck Asb. 266 iii 11; Summa alpu 2 pagruu erd aknuma §u-te-e§-h[u-ru(?)]
erhebung (see erd)
ru [. . .]

CT 40 30 K.4073+ :27 (SB Alu);
Bab. 12 pl. 7:19 (= Iraq 31 pl. 2,

in broken context: URU Igigi §u-ta-as-huEtana).

16. nashuru (ingressive to mngs. 1 and 2) to return, to turn again with favor CCT 2 38:29. to, to turn to, to seek - a) to return .(ingressive to mng. Ib): u kime ana muh: 15. sutashuru to surround on all sides: hika it-ta-as-ha-ruu andkuma ana akkda birqi birbirri usib §udti u§-ta-ds-hi-ir-§i abija [S]ulmdna a4pur and whenever they moreover, he surrounded her with light(the Egyptian envoys to Hatti) returned ning and luminosity VAS 10 214 iv 6 (OB to you (the king of Egypt) I sent a present Agugaja), cf. me.lAm lhu nigin.na: to you, my father EA 44:10 (let. from Asia melamme ezziti 'u-tas-hur surrounded Minor or Syria), cf. u §umma mdr liprika with fierce splendor 4R 18 No. 3:33f., also is-sd-har EA 5:17, also is-sd-ah-ha-r[u] 4R 25 iii 48 f.; mu-u.-ta-ds-hi-ir melemmi EA 27:95; ana GN... lullikkumme lu-usEmeteursag he who surrounded the temple sd-he-er-me I (Itar) will go to Egypt, Emeteursag with splendor CH ii 60; ap I will return there EA 23:16 (Tugratta); param u§-ta-ds-hi-ir-§u I encircled it (the itu GN at-ta-as-ha-ar I have now rewall of Kish) with a marsh (i.e., flooded turned from GN JENu 321:12; uru.a nam. river flats) YOS 9 35 iii 136 (Samsuiluna), ba.nigin.e.ne : ana alija aj is-sah-rusee RA 63 36, also (the wall of Sippar) LIH 57 u-ni let them (the demons) never return i 19, corr. to Sum. ambar.ra hu.mu. to my city CT 16 21:218f., cf. nam.mu. ni.nigin LIH 58 i 15 (Hammurapi), also VAB un.du.nigin.e : e ta-as-sah-ra KAR 31 4 92 ii 14 (Nbk.), cf. ibid. 134 vi 52; a . . . r. llf., cf. also AfO 23 40:13, 41:31, UET 6 hirissdniunu Suppuluma ,u-tas-hu-ru 393:17, Farber I~tar und Dumuzi 137:184, 186:52; limissun (the cities) whose moats were ruqu li-is-sah-razeni litura may he who deep and surrounded their (entire) is now far return to me, may he who is circumference TCL 3 190 (Sar.), cf. me angry come back to me PSBA 23 121:9, dannuti§u-ta-a-hi-ir Sumer 3 8 ii 30 (Nbk.); dupl. KAR 144 r. 7, see ZA 32 174, see also mul-tas-hir mdtdt ndkiri eliS SapliS Weidner cited mng. le, cf. also aj LKA 135:15, Tn. 1 No. 1 i 14; u kammdt hurdsi lu-tas- itirma aj is-sa-hir-4 LKU 32:6 (both SB hu-ra ihziin and loops of gold encircle inc.), la taturra la ta-sd-ah-ha-ra ZA 45 their (the horns') settings TCL 3 384; 204:16 (Bogh. inc.); illik summatu itGramma [ru]kub sarruti ... [imittau] [il GUaB-i manzdzu ul ipdlimma is-sah-ra the dove su-ta-as-hu-rusurqinni i-r[i-gu tabu] (see went but came back to me because no

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saharu 16b

saharu 17b
as-hhr-EN KAH 1 41:7 (NA), and see RLA 2 426 year 705.

resting place appeared for it Gilg. XI 148,
also ibid. 151, ul is-sah-ra ibid. 154; amaS dalpdta Sa urra tallika u mGua ta-sah-r[a] 0 8amag, always awake, you go by day and return by night Lambert BWL 128:44 (hymn to lama§); with the nuance "to answer": the sorceresses iSassd illuru isah-ha-ru zamaru RA 18 165:17 (SB inc.); difficult: amat ippsiausia i-sa-ha-ar-i-im
VAS 10 214 vi 13 (OB Agugaja).

b) to turn again with favor to (ingressive to mng. 2a): DN u DN 2 kinis lisah-ru-ni-ma niS qdtija lirdmu temeq ikribija lismeu may Anu and Adad truly turn (their favor) to me, may they take pleasure in my prayer, may they hearken to my supplication AKA 102 viii 24 (Tigl. I), cf. A§8ur bel . . . ana taspitija kitti issah-ram-ma imgura tasliti TCL 3 125 (Sar.), cf. AnSt 8 62 iii 13; li-sah-ra ill a iznit ittija may my god, who became angry with me, turn his favor to me BMS 30:10, see Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 458:15; alu ilusu i-sah-ha-ra-Su CT 38 49:28 (SB Alu); gagan.mu e.ri.zu.9e gur.an.§i.ib : beltu ana ardiki na-as-hi-rim-ma 0 (my) lady, turn your favor to your servant
BA 5 640:19f., cf. OECT 6 pl. 10 Sm. 306:4f.; NI.TUK.KI gur 4 (!).f (var. nigin.na)

c) to turn to (ingressive to mng. 2b): PN awilam PN2 is-sa-ah-ra-am PN turned to the honorable PN 2 Kraus AbB 1 15:17; Sa is-sah-ru-ka taraSi reme you (Sin) have compassion for him who turned to you STT 57:69, dupl. 59:13; note in IV/3: mulallimdta at-ta-na-as-ha-rak-ka Burpu V-VI 198, cf. ina qibitiSa sirti idaja itta-na-as-ha-rutibi arkija at her (Itar's) exalted command they began coming over to my side, marching behind me Borger Esarh. 44 i 78, iddja lit-tas-ha-ru BiOr 21 148:15 (Esarh.), 0 Istar iddja i-tas-har-ma Borger Esarh. 76:19, cf. DN idaja it-tashar-ma K.9155:8. d) to seek (ingressive to mng. 2d): etemmu lis-sah-ru-u-ki (parallel: liba'iki, lifte'iki) MaqluII 212. 17. IV to turn away from, to turn about - a) to turn away from: inumi ubariu ana RN itapparuma alar §anim ubariu i-sd-ah-ru-na when the Subarians kept sending (envoys) to IbiErra, and then turned elsewhere RA 35
57 No. 10:8 (OB Mari liver model), cf.

summa

kabtu na-as-hi-ram-ma venerable (Enlil),
turn to me SBH p. 82 No. 46 r. 27f., var.

from dupl. 4R 28 No. 4 r. 5f.; [ill na]-as-hi-ra iStari napgiri my god, turn your favor to me, my goddess, be gracious to me AMT 89,3 ii 4, cf. ili na-as-hi-ra KAR 234
r. i 8, cf. also Limet Sceaux Cassites 5.10:6, note

also the imperatives na-as-hu-ra-ni STT
73:93, also AnBi 12 284:43, and see Mayer Gebetsbeschw6rungen 526 note to line 11'; for

Amurrum i-sd-he-er ibid. 58 No. 12a:3; nakrum ana salimim ilapparakkumma issd-ha-ar-ma bulka izzib the enemy will write to you (asking) for peace, and he will turn away and leave your cattle YOS 10 43:11, also, wr. i-sd-ah-ha-ar ibid. 46 iv 14, cf., wr. i-sd-ha-ar ibid. 17:33, tasd-ha-ar-ma ibid. 31 (all OB ext.); mulesm ,aknanniaSimma ana na-ds-hu-ri-im ul iddi[nan]nidti (see muesi B) TLB 4
66:2 (OB let.).

other refs. see nashuru; note in IV/3: Belet-Nippur ... a ana Sarri migriSa bantiS it-ta-na-as-ha-ru (see bantiS) JCS 17 129:2 (Esarh.); in personal names: Nads-hi-ra-am-i-lf Grant Smith College 263:8,
also YOS 13 252:6, and passim in OB; Adadna-ds-hi-ra Postgate Palace Archive 51 r. 12, for MA see Saporetti Onomastica 2 p. 142; Na-

b) to turn about: Jumma ... ulidma is-sa-hir-ma DUMU.ME9-I'd ikul if (an animal) gives birth but turns around and eats her young CT 28 40 K.6286 r. 17 (SB
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Klengel, ZA 56 214:8.

sahatu A as-har if a man's mouth (?) keeps turning back and forth(?) STT 89:97 (SB med.); ,umma 'erru it-ta-na-as-har ittanasla' if the baby keeps turning around and is constantly subject to sickliness Labat TDP 226:82, cf. (in broken context) [it-ta]-naas-ha-ru-§u KBo 9 52:3 (diagn.?); Su[kna]m paldham kuzzubam i-ta-ds-hu-ur mdrim give me devotion, passion, the constant attention of (my) darling JCS 15 6 i 14 (OB lit.); uda'assima it-ta-na-as-har-4i (the temple) makes love(?) to her, constantly turns around her ZA 10 295:12, see
Lambert, Kraus AV 200 (SB lit.); iltanammu it-ta-na-as-ha-ru Ugaritica 5 7:32, cf. Igigi

18. IV (in hendiadys) to do again a) in OA: mahar 2 me-er umme'dni tup paka 8a kunukkika taddinamma u atta tasi-hi-ir-ma tuppi 1 Gf URUDU . . . talput in the presence of two creditors you gave me your sealed tablet (to the effect that all claims were settled), but then you reversed yourself, and you wrote me a debt-note about one talent of copper
TCL 20 110:16 and parallel HUCA 39 20:13 L 29-564:13 (coll. K. R. Veenhof), cf. 8Ut i-sihi-ir-ma ana §a ni llim itiram BIN 6 43 case 3.

ina

massartilunu

kiniS

lit-tas-hi-r[u]

b) in OB: eqlam ana PN inaddinu i-is-sd-ah-ru- ikimuumma eqlam ana PN 2 inaddinu they were supposed to give the field to PN, have they taken it away from him again and do they want
to give it to PN2 ? TCL 1 31:14 (OB let.).

Ebeling Parfimrez. pl. 49:13 (prayer); uncert.:

ras-sa-nal-hu-ruummu ris-sal-ah-ra\lad= ,u] [la] ta-[sal-na-ha-<ru?> elija STT 65:22
(NA prayer).

c) in inath.: ta-as-sa-ha-ar. .. tu'takr
kalma again you multiply MCT 45 B 12 and r. 7, cf. as-sd-hi-ir . .. usib (followed by atir ... akmur) TMB 64 No. 137:3, wr. a-sd-hi-ir ibid. 65 No. 138:3, and passim in math., see TMB 241 s.v. nigin.na; na-ds-hiir-ma3,20 hepema halve 3,20 again Sumer 7 41 No. 8:8, and passim in these texts, also Sumer 10 57 ii § 2, 58 iii § 4, CRRA 2 33:14, Sumer 18 pl. 3:20, see von Soden, Festschrift Eilers 123 n. 2.

It is often impossible to determine whether the log. writings NIGIN.ME9 stand for I/3 or for IV or IV/3. sahagu (sa'dAu) v.; lex.*; cf. sahiu. to catch in a net;

[§]u.ku 6 .dab 5 .ba = sa-ha-§um (var. sa-a[Sum]) (in group with ba'dru and eSeu) Erimhug II 116; te = bu'7, [x].te.la = sd-ha-§um (var. saa-Sum) Erimhu§ III 20 f.

sahatinnu (an onion) see uhatinnu. sahatu A s.; pit (for snaring animals); Mari*; WSem. lw. A lion was eating the sheep in PN's pen ina tarbasiSu ina GN sa-ha-tam iptema nedum ina <Sa>-ha-ti-Suana tarbasimana [s]a-ha-tim imqut ... neJum ana elim panam ilkunma re'dz issi upahhiruma saha-tam umallima idtam ana <sa>-ha-tim iddzma so he opened a pit in his pen in GN and the lion, as it was making its attack(?) on the pen, fell into the pit, the lion tried to get out, but the shepherds gathered wood, filled the pit, and set fire

d) other occs.: Iumma Dilbat ina ITI §u-u is-sd-hi-ir-ma KUR-ha if Venus rises again in the very month in which it had set ACh Supp. 34:15 (coll.); la ta-sdah-ha-ra-ma la talallatayou shall not act
independently again KBo 1 1 r. 23 (treaty).

19. IV/3 to turn back and forth, to keep turning around: kima neti [S] a Sud= ddt merd[nia] it-ta-na-as-haranapanigu u arkiSu like a lioness deprived of her cubs he keeps turning forward and back Gilg. VIII ii 20, see JCS 8 93, cf. ki arah buri
it-ta-na-as-ha-ra arkisu AnSt 30102:20 (LudKA-SU it-ta-nalul I); [Summa N]A ...

to the pit ARM 14 2:8, 10, and 16f.
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sahatu B sahatu B s.; in Sum. (a tree); lex.*; Akk. lw.

sahhiru
ah-ha-ru-u ibid. 570:4 (= pl. 98 No. 242, all Nuzi); 1 sd-ah-ha-ru Sa NA 4 BABBAR zil:

gig.sa.ha.tum = 9u Hh. III 448a.

lahda Sumu a s. made of white "stone,"

saha'u see sehU v.

sahharru (sahharu, sihharru, or sihhdru) s.; (a small bowl); MB, EA, Nuzi, SB, NA, NB; pi. NA sahharrdtu, sihharatu, 2 KA lappe kaspi 2 sa-ah-har-ra-nu NB sahharranu;wr. syll. and DUG.BUR.zI. (among equipment for a chariot) JTVI 60 TUR. p. 132:8 (NB); DUG kallu DUG si-ha-ruHA.LA bit abilunu ibtat[qu] they have divided dug.bur.zi.TUR, dug.bur.zi.tiun.bar =sahha-ru Hh. X 270f.; [dug.bur].zi. TUR = sahtheir paternal estate in full (lit. (every) har-ru = kal-kal-lu-u Hg. A II 101, in MSL 7 112; kallu- and s.-pot) Jacobsen Copenhagen
dug.bur.zi.TUR, dug.bur.zi.u.nigin = [sahha-ru] Nabnitu 0 317f.; dug.bur.zi.tfin.na = sah-ha-rum Nabnitu X 212.

called a zillahda (in Egyptian) EA 14 iii 70 (list of gifts from Egypt), cf. 13 sd-ah-ha-ru Sa hurasi zillahda SumA[u] ibid. ii 1, 11 sd-ah-ha-ru §a kaspi zillahda ibid. ii 54, [x sd-a]h-ha-ru aa Sinni piri ibid. iv 18;

68:15 (NA), also, wr. sa-ha-ru VAT 14436:18,
wr. si-ha-ru VAT 14452:14, 16519:7, Ass. Ph.

in rit.: 2 DUG.BUR.ZI.TUR.ME§ Sa Samni 2 DUG.BUR.ZI.TUR.ME§ 8a dilp[i ... ] DUG sah-ha-ru a ,amni rDUG saha)

4123:13, all cited Deller, WZKM 57 34 and n. 13;

34 GIg sah-ha-ra-a-te (among vessels)
Postgate Palace Archive 155 ii 16, cf. 42 sa-

ha-ru Sa dilpi ina muh[hi . . .] DUG sahha-ru sa dispi ina muhhisu tasakkan [you .. .] two s.-bowls of oil, two s.-bowls
of honey, [you ... .. the s. of oil (and) ] the s. of honey on [...], you place the s. of honey on it BBR No. 68:23ff., cf. DUG si-ha-ru a di[pi .. .] BBR No. 66:21, ina muhhi DUG si-ha-ri §a MUN over a s. of salt van Driel Cult of A99ur 130 v 19, DUG. BUR.ZI.TUR.ME§ (in broken context)
Ebeling Parftimrez. pl. 33 r. 7, see Ebeling Stiftungen 13 (all NA), also [. . . s]ah-har-ri [. . .] BBR No. 26 vi 28, sah-ha-ra(in broken context) KAR 227:6, see TuL p. 125; DUG

ha-ru (followed by pursitu) VAS 19 58:3 (MA); 12 DUG sah-ha-rat 9AB Alur ADD
1010:7, cf. 1007:4, 1013:9, 1024 r. 1, 1029 r. 8.

The word denotes a small pursitu container. The log. writings may represent burzibandU, q.v.
Schroeder, AfO 6 112.

*sahharu see sdhiru B adj. sahharu s.; tower; NA*; Aram. lw. Terrain tehi sa-ha-ru next to the tower
ADD 378:10.

sah-ha-ra Sa silti ina qaqqari ta'akkan you place a s. of .... on the ground TuL
p. 112:41 (translit. only), cf. ibid. 113 r. 2, also 2

For an Aram. etym. (Mandaic sahra,
Syr. sehart) see von Soden, Or. NS 46 193.

DUG si-ha-ra-te§a makkasi 2 MIN Sa silti2 MIN §a duliqdte (see siltu A) Ebeling
Parfumrez. pl. 17:9f., 18:4f. (NA); 4 DUG sah-

sahhiru see sahharru. sahhiru (fem. safhirtu) adj.; roaming, going around; SB, NB; cf. sahdru.
bad.nigin = sah-hi-ratdu-ri, uri.nigin = sah-

ha-ri (among vessels)

RAcc. 18 iv 30, also

(followed by pursitu) Nbk. 457 :14.

other occs.: 10 DUG sa-ha-rum (in a list of jars) PBS 2/2 109:7 (MB); 2 sd-ah-ha-ru Sa siparri Sa §U.ME§ two s.-s of bronze for the hands HSS 13 174:7 (= RA 36 159); 20 sd-ah-ha-ru Sa GI§
Sakkul[li] HSS 14 247:102, cf. 7 GI§ sd-

b)

hi-rat URU, a.g ar.nigin = sah-hi-rat u-ga-ri Nabnitu X 217ff.

a) in gen.: mdmit utukki sajdduitimdmit etemmi sah(var. sa)-hi-ru-i-ti(var. -te) mdmit rdbisi muttaggiuiti oath by the utukku demons who prowl around, oath

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sahhiru by the ghosts who roam about, oath by the lurking demons who sneak around gurpu III 86; §umma ila sah-hi-ra imur if he sees a roaming god AfO 18 76 Tablet Funck 3:9 (SB dream omen), also Labat TDP 4:37, RA 73 156 r. 2, with comm. DINGIR sahhi-ra //dLa-ta-ra-ak-aHunger Uruk 28 r. 4, DINGIR sah-hi-ra // dGaz-ba-ba ibid. 27 r. 13; Sah-hi-ru (personal name) BRM 1 17:8 (NB). b) with complement: see, referring to a woman making the rounds of the wall, the city, the commons, Nabnitu X, in lex. section, cf. kar.nigin, uru.nigin, e.nigin, pa 5 .nigin, a.gar.nigin (after the section on kar.kid "prostitute")
Proto-Lu 720-24.

sahhu B
land be ice so that you slip ersetu §a matikunu lu sd-a-hu §a ni-ip-hu lu taal: ldma la tebbira may the ground of your land be swamp of(?) .... so that you sink in and cannot cross KBo 1 1 r. 67, also 3 r. 15, corr. to Hitt. luliya- "swamp" in the Hitt. version, see Laroche, Ugaritica 6 372:67; A.A A.GAR-U arbiti sah-hi-i§ uemi the wasteland of his territory he turned into meadows TCL 3 209 (Sar.); sah-hu tukulti sisegu kiSubbdni ummi I turned into wasteland the meadows, the sustenance of his horses ibid. 230, cf.
[.. .] A.ME§ sah-hi ana x-ki-i [.. .] KAR 312:7 (SB lit.); irtana'i ina sa-hi he gives

sahhiru s.; 1. tramp, vagabond, 2. bird); lex.*; cf. sahdru.
cf. PA.GI§GAL, PA.GIJGAL. u.hal.la.zi.zi

(a

[PA.GIA]GAL = sah-hi-rum Lu Excerpt I 178,
Proto-

Lu 168f.; [su-li]-li PA.GI9GAL = su-li-lu-u, 8s-ahhi-rum Diri V 45f.; zi-lu-lu PA.GI§GAL = 8s-ahhi-rum Proto-Diri 283; PAzi-'u-lu[GIGAL]

ru[m LO] Nabnitu 0 308; L-.PA.GI9GAL = sahhi-ru Igituh short version 267; [liu].PA.GI9GAL = (blank) = sah-[hi-ru] Hg. B VI 132, in MSL 12 226; L.PA.GIGAL, SAL.PA.GIAGAL (preceded by SAL. KAR.KID) STT 384 viii 19f., see MSL 12 237:55f. za g. ni-iLAGAB [mu en] = [MI]N (= sah-hi-rum) [fd MUgEN] Nabnitu 0 309.

§d

= sah-hi-

(the cow) pasture in the meadow Iraq 31 31:54 (MA inc.), cf. i-na sa-hi i§-di KUR (in difficult context) STT 176:16 (fictive let.); gumma ndru kima md sa-ah-hi if (the water in) the river is like the water in a swamp CT 39 14:6 (SB Alu), cf. m/nia kima sd-ahhi DU-ma ibid. 16:42; kurum sa-hi-ia ana nelbe nesdnni the produce (?) of my meadows is far from satisfying me Lambert BWL 72:31 (Theodicy), cf. na-ra-am sah-hika (obscure, see nardmu) ibid. 70:13; uncert.: sa-hi ina kardni iatti he will drink meadow grass (?) in wine Kocher BAM 414:6; KI.MIN (= tele'i) sa-hi dSdmaS eli qurdamme lakdnu STT 71:24; abnu ,ikinsu kima sah-hi 9A(?) x x [. . .] STT
108:65.
In Kagal C 24 read [KI].A = sah-<sah>-ha-tum, see sahsahhu.

1. tramp, vagabond: see, with Sum. equivalent z ilulu, lex. section, and see zilulii. 2. (a bird): see Nabnitu 0 309, in lex. section.
Landsberger, Baumgartner AV 179 n. 2.

sahhu B OB.

(sihhu) s.;

(a type of scar);

summa elenu BI.RI sa-hu-um ,akin if a
s. lies above the spleen RA 67 44:67 (OB

sahhiru see sdhiru A adj. sahhu A (sdhu) s.; meadow, waterlogged land; Bogh., MA, SB.

ext.), cf. Summa s[apa]l BI.RI sa-ah-hu-um

,akin

ibid. 69.

jdnu mi sah-hi u buttuqu maqi2 there was no water in the water-filled meadows and all water supply was cut off BBSt. No. 6 i 19 (Nbk. I); may the ground of your
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**sahhu
(AHw. 1009a) In Izbu 221 (= Izbu Comm.) 321 read SIG = en-d (coll.
L. Jakob-Rost).

sahirtu A
ABRT 1 81:11, also K.3467+ :9, Rm. 109:6 (all tamitu's, courtesy W. G. Lambert).

**sahhu

sahindu s.; yeast(?); SB*; Sum. lw. sahhu see salhu A and sanhu. sahha s.; (a stone or mineral);
. .. sa.hi.in.du = sik-ka-tum Nabnitu A 200; sa. h[i.in] = [. . .], sa.hi.i[n.du] = [sik-ka-t] Hh. XXIII iii If., cf. sa.hi.in MSL 11 117:21 (Forerunner to Hh. XXIII). s] a-hi-in-du : 0i sikkatu §a pi agarinni Uruanna III 468.

Bogh.,
NA 4 .ME

SB, NB.
Jundti dalhdti sIG 5 jasper, s.-stone, (etc.) are stones for changing bad dreams to good KAR 252 iv 5 (SB rit.), see Dream-book
305, cf. KAR 70:42 (gaziga); NA 4 sah-hu-u TCL 6 12 r. iii, see Weidner Gestirn-Darstellungen 30 sub 3 (Scorpius); 14 NA 4 sah-he-e teleqqe [N]A 4 a p t NA 4 sah-hu-

[(i

suluppu tappis buqli sa-hi-in-du IM.
MUG (etc., for a compress) Kocher BAM 3 iv 36, dupl. AMT 96,1:2, cf. tappis buqli sa-hiin-du Kocher BAM 173:24, 217:6, 269 r. 2; ims ah 7 (AXHA).hi.in (among supplies for brewing) UET 3 946:4, 1127:2', 1353:4.
Oppenheim Beer 47 n. 61.

ina turri§ipdti barmdti taSakkak you take

14 s.-stones and thread them on a string of multicolored wool (against seizure by a
ghost) AMT 47,3 iii 21, cf. NA 4 sah-hu-u (against limmatu) BE 31 60 ii 13 and r. ii 3, cf. CT 23 5:2; saggilmut MU9.GfR sah-hu-u kaspu parutu URUDU.NITA 6 abne mimma lemnu - saggilmut stone, MUS.GfR stone, s.-stone, silver, marble, "male" copper, six beads against anything evil K6cher
BAM 376 ii 19, cf. ibid. i 18, 23, 26, 31, ii 7, iii 13;

sahiptu s.;

(a class of women);

lex.*;

cf. sahapu.
MIN, [x]. SAL.ME =

[sAL.M]E.kaskal = §u-gi-tu, [ama]. SAL.ME = sa-hi-ip-tu Lu IV 28f.

In AfO 17 270:18 (= pl. 9 VAT 9571:8) read [.t]up-pa-a-te.

in lists of stones -for charms (usually
beside aSpl): STT 90:5, 111:4, 273 iv 17, 275 i 28, Kocher BAM 351:1, 372 ii 10, 18, 373 i 13, and passim in Nos. 351-77, wr. sah-hu-4 ibid. 390 r. 6, 420 i 4, Thompson A Catalogue of the Late Babylonian Tablets p. 40 E.2:4 (translit. only), also UET 4 150:11, wr. NA 4 sah-huibid. 1.

sahipu (fem. sdhiptu) adj.; OB, SB; cf. sahapu.

swooping;

u.ri.in ma.GIR.HA.A (var. us.ri.in ma. G1R.h6.a) zalag kulo.kuio.ga. [a. me 9] : i-ri-in-nu sa-ah-pu-tum (var. sahi-pu-tu) Sa namdru ut.t~ [unu] they (the

demons) are swooping vultures that darken the daylight (Sum. corrupt) CT
16 42:8f., vars. from W 22652:14f. (courtesy E. von Weiher); a'kallum sd-hi-ip-tum hu hdrum sdhiltum (see sdJhiu) ZA 71 61:2
(OB inc.).

**sahhuru (AHw. 1009a) to be read sah=
hurutim, see
Veenhof Old Assyrian Trade 431 n. 547; for context see Larsen The Old Assyrian City-State 285 n. 2, and rabc adj.

sahirru (a net) see §ahirru. sahirtu A (sahartu) s.; small wares, sundries; OA, OB; cf. saharu. a) in OA - 1' worth small amounts of silver, often beside trinkets: Sa 10 GIN KtT.BABBAR sd-hi-ir-[tdmm lu sibaratumlu dudindtum - s. worth ten shekels of silver, (consisting of) either . . . . or
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(mng. uncert.); SB*;

pl.

sahimdtu; cf. sahdmu.
[.. .] = [sa]-ha-mu Nabnitu B 286f., [...] = [sa-hi-i]m-tum ibid. 288f.

harr natbaki u sa-hi-ma-a-ti Sa Sadi (let them traverse) the watercourses, torrents, and s.-s of the mountains Craig

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sahirtu A KTS 12:25, cf. §a 10 GfN Kt.BABBAR sd-hi-ir-tdm Hecker Giessen No. 21:6; sd-hi-ir-tdm §a KuT.BABBAR 10 breastplates

sahirtu A
hud'e lu ana sd-hi-ir-tim addiSuncti ahamma 1 GIN Kt.BABBAR a-sd-hi-ir-tim bab harrdnim addiunuti I gave them x

GfN ~dmamma buy s. worth ten shekels
of silver
27:24;

silver for metal scraps or for s., and before the start of the trip
separately I gave them x silver for s. KT Hahn 18:14f.; % GIN ana sd-hi-ir-tim ana sur hdrim ... niddiSSim we gave her two-

§a a-GN... ulebil I sent s. worth two shekels

Jankowska KTK 12:23, cf. TCL 14 2 GfN KtT.BABBAR sd-hi-ir-tdm

of silver to GN RA 58 64 Sch. 8:4; §a 71 GfN Kt.BABBAR sd-hi-ir-tdm ... aqqdti PN addin BIN 6 227:3; Sa 2 GIN sd-hi-ir-tdm

thirds shekel (of silver) for s. for the boy
Kiiltepe f/k 7:15, cited Landsberger, Baumgartner

ana emarim PN uebil PN sent s. worth
two shekels for the donkey TCL 20 162:2, cf. ibid. 7, also ICK 2 91:10, cf. CCT 3 7b: 10, TCL 20 120:9, TuM 1 3d:13, ICK 1 51:14, 145:3, ICK 2 106:3, Kienast ATHE 37:37, and passim; 5 GfN Kt.BABBAR sd-hi-ir-tdm lilqeunimma

AV 182; 1 TOJG raqqatamu 1 TOG kutdnam damqitim u sd-hi-ir-tdm ana rubd'im TCL
4 72:19, cf. ibid. 24, also (as gift alongside garments) CCT 1 29:7, TCL 4 48:18, wr. ana

AiniSu sd-hi-ir-tum BIN 4 201:5; sd-hi-irtdm ana kajSim Sa GN addin VAT 9260:18,
sd-hi-ir-tdm itu GN nusdmma ana ekallim addin we brought out of GN (three shekels of tin and) the s., and I gave (them) to the palace RA 59 40 MAH 16158:1, cf. x tin and sd-hi-irtdm ana mdlikim Sa rubd'im addin TCL 21
see Or. NS 21 265; 211:46.

they should buy for me five shekels (worth
2E sdof) s. KTBlanckertz 5:13; Sa6 LAL221 sd-hihi-ir-tum PN ubilSum 2 GfN 15
9E

ir-tum PN2 u PN ublulum TCL 14 53 r. 4f.,
cf. r. 2 and 14; ana 3 GIN Kt .BABBAR

sd-ha-ar-tu-u PN ana PN 2 lu iddiuSunni (case: i-di-nu-ni) (oath) HUCA 39 3 L29-553:12; 22 GIN a-sd-ha-ar-ti a PN ublu

ugaqqil I paid x shekels for the s. that PN
brought Hecker Giessen 19:11, cf. ibid. 6; 7 GfN KtJ.BABBAR ana sd-hi-ir-tim inumi a-GN illiku BIN 6 145:2, cf. 1 GfN KtT. BABBAR ana sd-hi-ir-ti-a ICK 1 139:14, cf. also ibid. 145:12; 4 GfN kaspam PN ana sd-hi-ir-ti u NINDA ilqema uaqqil Hecker
Giessen 26:20, cf. Kiiltepe c/k 669:44, cited Landsberger, Baumgartner AV 182; 2 MA.NA

annakam sd-hi-ir-ti 3' other occs.: agammarma atabbiamma atallakam I will

completely dispose of(?) my s. here, then
get ready to leave OIP 27 26 r. 4; are

there left in your house silver or gold
of mine lu cksdtum §a ikribija lu tuppi

lu sd-hi-ir-ti lu kita'dtum or cups I have dedicated to the gods, or tablets (recording debts), or merchandise of mine,
or linen garments? TCL 21 271:8; x Kt Sa i-su-ur-timpanitim [§] a sd-ha-ar-tim x

URUDU ina Alim ana sd-hi-ir-ti-u i-<di>nu-u-um TCL 21 208:19, cf. TuM 1 24e:9,

CCT 5 50c:3; x annakamx weri'am Samnam silver from the earlier consignment(?) of u sd-hi-ir-tdm ina lu(?)-ba(?)-si-im §assir= small wares RA 59 47 MAH 19613:3, dupl. ma keep x tin, x copper, the oil, and KTS 57c:3, cf. panitam sd-ha-ar-tdm BIN 4 the s. safe in a garment(?) CCT 5 48d:3 217:2; kaspam ana PN dinma sd-hi-ir-tdm (= CCT 1 27a), see Veenhof Old Assyrian Trade ... lifta'amam TCL 20 98:29; note umma 21 muluhu 30 dulbatum u sd~itma as-hi-ir-tdm a-ia-a-am-ma he said: n. 279; hi-ir-tum COT 1 42a:2, also ibid. 6, 8, and 12, I will buy s. CCT 4 17a:29; umiuu imal: lUma lu sd-ha-ar-tdm uSessama when his 42b:14.

due date comes he will sell the s. TCL
2' for gifts and travel expenses: 3

GfN AN.NA samrutam u sd-hi-ir-tdm ana bit ubri addin (see samritu) RA 59 40
MAH 16158:9; 2 MA.NA KIT.BABBAR lu a-

19 52:9; lu sd-hi-ir-tum lu mimma ana qda tiSu taddinu BIN 6 70:5; [hur]dsum ana sd-hi-ir-ti iturma PN la italliranni the gold was converted (?) to s., but PN (still)

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sihirtu A

sihirtu B

did not release me OIP 27 17 r. 3; litti i.e., not tethered)); OB(?), MB, NA, NB; sd-hi-ir-tum i1 wr. syll. and AB.NIGIN; cf. saharu. amutim 15 GfN 24 mana 5 GfN KT.BABBAR.TA ? 23 GIN 15 DINGIR PN ana 6 AB.GAL sa-hi-ra-ti sd-hi-ir-tum MA.NA.TA kasapla the PN iddin UET 7 19 r. 14 (MB); istet GUD 2 rest of the amitu metal, x shekels at 95 sa-hir-tum 8a ina bit alpi maldata.. . GUD shekels (of amutu) per shekel of silver, sa-hir-tum hisilti ana PN inandin one (being) a s., and x shekels, (being) a s., heifer (calf) which was born in the its price in silver at forty shekels (of cowshed - he will give the weaned heifer amutu) per (shekel) VAT 13534 (unpub.); to PN RT 19 110f.:1 and 8 (NB), cf. 2-ta ma,'eni §a sinnidatim maS'eni 8a zakkari sa-hir-ra-a-[tu ] Nbn. 884:1; UD.5.KAM ... 8a sd-hi-ir-tim mi4lam ,a zakkari milam AB.NIGIN ana hard idin on the fifth day §a sinnidatim (buy me) women's shoes offer a heifer for the hard ceremony YOS and men's shoes as part of(?) the s., half 3 25:32 (NB let.); 1-et GUD bultu 1-et GUD men's and half women's TCL 19 61:22, see sa-hir-tum CT 55 665:4 and 11; AB(!) saLandsberger, Baumgartner AV 183 n. 1; uncert.: hir-tum St 76-11-17,787:6; 6 AB.NIGIN.MES if textiles are not available (for purchase) MU.2.KAM six two-year-old heifers (after lu annakam damqam lu amutam sd-ha- burdti (m)aliddti) BRM 1 3:6, also ibid. 19:4, ar-tdm zaktam idmamma ebilam buy 6, 7, 9, and 13; x AB.NIGIN-ta.ME (listed me either good tin or amutu iron, s. (or: after AB.GAL, AB 2-ta.ME, and the corsahartam) cleared for transport, and responding age-groups of bulls) GCCI 2 send (it) to me CCT 4 34c:15. 4:6, also (in same context) UCP 9 84 No. 7:6,

9E

9E

§a

b) in OB: 1 puhddum nepe ti bdrim ana sa-hi-ir-ti §a idmu ina suqi 8imati ana nemeli innaddin x-x-x-pu-u§ a lamb sacrificed for extispicy concerning the wares that he (for whom the divination is performed) bought, (whether) they will be sold for a profit on the street (where) JCS 11 91 YBC merchandise (is sold) 11056:2 (ext. report); x ZID.GU SIG 5 a illeqgi u ina x KtT.BABBAR sd-hi-ir-tum ana ukullU rdi il[lik] x fine flour that was bought and at (the cost of) x silver was used as small items for the feeding of the soldiers TCL 10 108:25; a8um suluppi 8a anasa-hi-ir-timilliklc regarding the dates that were used as wares to be sold YOs
2 111:3 and 8.
Landsberger, Baumgartner AV 180ff.

94 No. 28:6, 69f. No. 58:6 and 15, 97 No. 32:6, No. 33:6, (after three- and two-year-olds) YOS 7 21:8, YOS 6 118:13, 130:1; 1 GUD.AB.NIGIN

2-tur CT 55 598:4 and 6, 687:1, cf. [. .. ] sa-hir-tum 2-i-tum CT 56 744:8; atypical:

x GUD.AB dlittu x AB.NIGIN <la?> alittu 3 GUD.AB.NIGIN mdrat latti Nbn. 646:2
and 6, see MSL 8/1 78 n. 2;

i tet pagri

one carcass of a heifer Nbn. 670:4, GUD.AB.NIGIN.ME § (itemized as NINDA (= biru) mar ,atti, dlittu, and GUD.AB.NIGIN
2-ta-a-ta) Nbk. 348:1, cf. x GUD.AB.NIGIN Dar. 222:3 and 7, note, wr. 1-et GUD.NIGIN
YOS 7 149:5, UZU §a GUD.NIGIN ibid. 9,

§a

but uzu Sd 1 GUD.NINDA ibid. 13 (all NB); [GUD].AB.NIGIN SIG5-td ADD 116:8, cf. [UDU.ME9 GUD].AB.NIGIN ina MN iddan
ibid. r. 3, also ADD 115:2 and edge 1; uncert.: AB AL sd-hi-<ir>-tum UET 5 835:13 (OB). Landsberger, MSL 8/1 70.

sahirtu B Mari.*

(or sahirtu) s.;

(a cereal?);

1 SILA sd-hir-tum (beside NIG.HAR.RA,

hu-hu, kir-ba-at) ARM 19 212:7, and passim
in Nos. 213-221 (early OB).

sihirtu B s.; railing (?), surroundings (?); Mari, SB, NB; pl. sahiratu; cf. sahdru. PN gurgurrum [S] a sd-hi-ir-ta-amippeSu [u]l walib PN, the metalworker, who is to make the s., is not present ARMT 13

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16:12, cf. sd-hi-ir-ta-am §a kisal giim: marim the s. of the Palm Tree courtyard ibid. 7; pard akdsma tibna umalla sippata
obv.(!) 6;

sahiru A
uncert.: Ninurta sa-hi-ir-Su CT 39 46:51 (SB Alu). In JCS 20 96:38 §a pdqidam u sa-hi-

arakkasma idta aqddma ana libbi anan= ra-am la ici represents a variant to 'a dima itdt biti u sa-hi-ra-ti-ui ezib I skin pdqidam u saqiram (zdkiram) la ili, see a mule and fill (the hide) with straw zakdru A mng. 2a-1'c'. I make a bundle of reeds, light a fire, throw it in, but I left the sides and sur- sahiru B (*sahharu, sdkiru) adj.; 1. (in roundings of the house intact Revue s6irru sahirutu) convoluted, 2. returning;
mitique 9 159 K.9287 ii 14 (SB lit.), see TuL
p. 17:24;

uncert.: ina ITI.GUD ina sa-

hir-tum ina UGU me-e x x x Nbn. 764:6. sahiru A (sahhiru, fem. sdhirtu) adj.; encircling, ensnaring; SB; cf. saharu.
ni-gin NIGIN = pa-fi-rum, sa-hi-rum A I/2: 116 f.

Mari; sakiru Emesal Voc. III 59 var., pl. sahirutu (sahharitu Hh. XV 109 var.); cf.

sahdru.
[uzu] . a. u.nigin(var. nigin) = ir-ru sa-hiru-tu = ti-ra-nu Hg. D i 61, in MSL 9 37, also Nabnitu X 220, var. from Nabnitu 0 319; uzu. ~. u.nigin = ir-ri sah-ha-ru-tu (var. sa-hi-[. . .]) Hh. XV 109. illulu(Gi9.Ru).nigin = (tilpdnu) sa-hir-tum Hh. VII A 78, cf. [GI.Ru.nigin] = sa-hir-tum = qa-a§-[tu] ma-li-tum Hg. II 65, in MSL 6 109. mu.[gi 4 .gi 4] = gigi4.gi4. 4 = sa-hi-ru (var. sa-

a) designating a sorcerer or sorceress: salmdni siparri itguruti . . . sa-hir-ia5 u

sa-hir-ti-ia (I burn before you) the inter5 twined figurines of the male s. and the female s. (against) me (between epiSija u
mutepiltija and rdhija u rdhztija) Maqlu II 40, cf. ibid. I 77, III 132; i S1LA.TA.AM inadtu a sa-hi-ri u sa-hir(text -AH) -ti

ki-rum) Emesal Voc. III 59. nitu 0 321 f.

Ae. nigin, Ae.nigin = [MIN (=

[sa-hi-ru])] Nab-

(var. sa-hi-[ir-ti]) teleqqe

you take half

1. (in irru sdhirtu) convoluted (describing the intestinal convolutions): see
Hg., Nabnitu, Hh. XV, in lex. section.

a sila each of urine from a male and
female s. Kocher BAM 221 iii 5f., restoration and var. from AMT 95,2 ii 3; [epiSu ep]itu

2. returning - a) describing a throwstick (boomerang): see Hh. VIIA, in lex. section; GI.RU.HI.A s[d]-h[i-r]a-tim §a ippelu ina idtim [. . .]-lu-ut-tu-§i-na-t[i]

kaMdpu u ka§dptu sa-hi-ru sa-rhirl-[tum]
Gray Sama pl. 9 K.2565:23 and dupls., see Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 512:36, cf. lu kas

let them ....

in fire the boomerangs that

Adpu lu ka§§dptu lu zikaru lu sinnitu lu [hab]lu lu habilti lu kurgarr2 lu sah-hi-ru
[lu . . .] lu nargindi Maqlu IV 83; 'a ...

they will make ARM 18 21:6, cf. 6 GIS. RU.HI.A sd-h[i]-r[a-t]im ibid. 16.

ana sa-hir-ti suhrima iqbc who said to the female s.: Make a magic spell Maqlu
III 122, also STT 76:10, and dupls., see Laessoe Bit Rimki 38, also AfO 18 289:8 (SB inc.), Iraq 22 224 r. 4; obscure: ul-li-el-ki [. . .] EGIR

b)

describing the second pass of the

harrow: see Emesal Voc., in lex. section;

for the three passes of the harrow see giL.ulr, giS.gi4(.gi4), gi§.pe§ (= 8ul=
lulu) MSL 11 100:131ff. (Forerunner to Hh. Nabnitu

sa-hi-ri [. . .] K.1363+ :14 (inc.). b) designating a deity: dSa-hi-ir-ti (followed by dpa-e-er-td) 3R 66 iii 18,

XX), also Ai. IV i 36ff. c) referring to a dam(?): see 0 321 f., in lex. section. shiiru A s.; peddler;

also dSa-hir-[tuj] (preceded by dPdsirtu)
KAR 214 ii 30, see Frankena Takultu 6 and 25;

OB, MA;

cf.

(I am Nand) sa-hir-tu muterribat bitdti who goes around and enters every house
JNES 33 224:6 (SB lit.), dupl. Hunger Uruk 162

saharu.
lI.~ti&t m.~ m = [sa-hi-ru] Nabnitu 0 320;
TojG MIN (= i'lu) ga mu-sa-ri, TjG MIN fa sa-hi-ri

Practical Vocabulary Assur 253 f.

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sahiru B
MCS 2 16:8 (MA let.);
dAMAR.UTU

sahlu is called s., it is good for purging Kocher BAM 379 i 29; sah-la-nu (in pharm. inv.) Kocher Pflanzenkunde 36 ii 14; T hara-zi-un, t a§- [a-x], L.UDU UR.MAH SA5 HI.HI, f bi-zu-na, § ki§-ka-ra-ni, j

PN mdkisa PN2 epiS hurdsi PN 3 sa-hi-ra PN sa-hi-ri §a KA
Assur 3 14 No. 3:7 (MA); 46 gur

fj

of linseed mu.DU 6 sd-hi-ru-um.k e (KID). ne delivery in the house of the merchants
UM 29-15-918: 1ff. (Rim-Sin);

ha-di-im ...

sd-hi-ra-am a ul itanappal he will not

have to pay the merchant (collecting?) the work assignment (parallel: ha-di-Iu ... itanappalline 3) YOS 14 133:11; (loan
of oil) qdti sd-hi-ri

kiS-ka-la-ni SUMUN, fj hi-ir-r[a-x], fj tupte-e, t kudimardnu, akusimu : ( sahla-a-nu Uruanna II 288ff.; j sah-la-a-nu:
UR.MAH.NITA SA 5 HI.HI AS III 111; J MIN : A§ I.UDU UR.GI

I

§d

f

Uruanna
7

AE

§d [SA 5

.r AG]. [E] YOS 12

HI.HI]

ibid. Illa.

292:5 (all OB).
Landsberger, Baumgartner AV 179 and n. 1.

sahiru B s.; (part of a door, possibly the ferrule on the door pole); OB, SB*; cf. sahdru.
gi SUH. ig = gi.us.i g = §a-ga-am-mu, gi..UD.SAR.ig = sa-hi-ru Hh. V 252ff.; gi§.UD.
g. §u-ku-u,

b) in med.: §j sah-la-a-nu tasdk ina karani danni balupatdn[ilatti] you crush s. and he (the patient) drinks it in strong wine on an empty stomach (for stomach
trouble) Kiichler Beitr. pl. 14 i 34; O.UKfTS. HAB sah-la-na (and other materia medica to daub on the eyes) AMT 8,6:6 (= Kicher BAM 515 ii 50).

SAR. gal (error for gal, i.e., ig) = sa-hi-rum Nabnitu X 211.

2 GI

sd-hi-rum u gukum

two pole

sahlu (fem. sahiltu) adj.; (mng. uncert.,
lit. pierced); lex.*; cf. sathlu.
rig i1. z u. h u. ul = pa-nu sd-ah-lu(text -ru) -[tum]

ferrules and a pole

BE 6/2 137:2 (OB);

§ukUki sa-hir-ki u agammaki your (the
gate's) pole, pole ferrule, and. .. . Gilg. VII 44, cf. Suki2 a sa-hir-4d u §agamma§a Bagh. Mitt. 11 vi 9 (Gilg. V). Oppenheim, Or. NS 17 34 n. 3; Speiser, JCS 2
225 ff.

Kagal G 104; [9]u.zu.hu.ul = qdtumsd-hi-il-t[um] Nigga Bil. B 188; [.. .] = [uz]-nu sa-hi-il-td (followed by peh2) Igituh App. A i 25.

§u bar mu.un.ba. [x].te.te ma.ra
<.. .> : qdtu [sa-hi]-il-tum jdti <. . .> a .... hand (has . ..- ed) me OECT 6
pl. 21:13f. (= BA 5 578 No. 8).

C s.; (part of a shoe); lex.*; cf. sahdru.
sahiru
kug.nigin.e.sir ku g. n'-i'nNIN. e. sir

sa-hi-ri Hh. XI 133; [sa-hi-ru] Nabnitu 0 323.

*sahigu (fem. sdhitu) adj.; ensnaring; OB*; cf. sah5au. 'akallum sdhiptum huhdrum sd-hi-e§tum swooping-down uikallu net, ensnaring huharu net
ZA 71 61:3 (OB inc.).

For the loanword into Sumerian z u. hu. ul with some such idiomatic meaning as "clumsy, stupid," cf. dugud.bi ab. you sar.re.en 9u.ni ab.zu.hu.ul
write clumsily - his hand is ....
Dialogue

3:11 and §u zu.hu.ul §u gi.dub.ba hand, unfit for the stylus nu. du 7 a ....
Dialogue 1:135 (both courtesy M. Civil).

sahlnu

s.;

(a plant, lit. the cress-like

sahlu s.; (an occupation?); Nuzi.
PN sd-ah-lu HSS 16 186:16; 5 SAL.MES

plant); SB*; cf. sahlu. ammu §ikinu kima a) in pharm.: z sahli zeragu kima sahli sah-la-nu MU.NI ana SA.si.sA SIGs the plant that looks like cress, whose seed is like cress (seed)
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8a sd-ah-le-e five women from the s.-s (in a list of palace personnel receiving
clothing) HSS 13 208:2, cf. 4 LO.ME

§a sd-ah-le-e HSS 15 42:39.

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sahlf barley," x chick peas, x s., (measured)
in the seah measure of Marduk, are ready, we have received them according to the
measure VAS 16 121:8 (OB let.); 1 PI 1 BAN sah-le-e a[na] 9E.NUMUN CT 55 386:1 (NB).

sahll s.; 1. cress plant, 2. cress seed; from OAkk., OB on; wr. syll. (sahI(DA) LBAT 258 r. 13, and passim in LB) and ZAG.HI.LI(.A) (.SAR) (ZA.AH.LI KUB 371:4,

20, 32, 35), also with det. u or SE; cf. sah ldnu, sahlitu.
za.hi.li SAR = sah-lu-u, numun.za.hi.li SAR NUMUN sah-[li-e] Hh. XVII 325f., cf. [za]. hi.li.a SAR = sd-[ah]-lu-u, numun.za.hi.li.a SAR = §[u]-ma RS Recension 199f., in MSL 10 114, za.hi.li SAR, numun za.hi.li SAR MSL 10 118:69a-b, 124:6f. (Forerunners to Hh. XVII); numun za.hi.li SAR (between cumin and leek seeds) RA 18 59 vi 28' (Practical Vocabulary Elam); (T.ZAG.HI.LI.SAR = sah-le-e Practical Vocabulary Assur 57; zag.hi.li.a.su.ra.ra = MIN (= ma-ha-su) sd sah-le-e to crush s. Nabnitu XXI 42. .hur.sag SAR zag.hi.li SAR ki.ku.ga.ta md.a : a-zu-pi-ri sah-li-e aa ina aSri elli ibband saffron and cress, grown in a pure place BA 10/1 105 No. 24 K.3271+13476:11 and 13 (join courtesy R. Borger), cf. 6 z .hi.li SAR [. . .] : sah-lu-u [. .. ] (in broken context) CT 16 49:306f. u a-ku-si-ma-nu : u sah-le-e Uruanna II 299.
=

b) as spice - 1' as food: numun za.hi.li (SAR) (among spices) Pinches
Amherst 69 i 7, also ITT 2 892 iv 9, ITT 3 5926:3 (all Ur III); ina umesuma karana u

ZAG.HI.LI irril that day he will crave wine
and cress Labat TDP 44:53, cf. ibid. 51f., cf. iri ti SUM.SAR // .ZAG.HI.LI.SAR elisu GIG ibid. 180:22; ina ume teppasu lu NITA ZAG.

HI.LI la takkal lu SAL pilakku la tetem:
mi U..ZAG.HI.LI la takkali the day you

do this, if you are a man you must not eat cress, if you are a woman, you

must not spin with the spindle nor eat
cress KAR 43 r. 5f. (SB rel.), cf. inuma

°teppu

~imu sah-[li-e] ...

la ikkal BMS

1. cress plant: Jumma ina libbi eqli ZAG.HI.LI.SAR pu' if he grows cress in a field CT 39 4:40 (SB Alu); note the description: Jammu Sikinu GI .TUKUL-, kima GI9.TUKUL ZAG.HI.LI.SAR PA.ME§i kima PA.ME ZAG.HII.LI rabd the plant whose appearance is: its thorn is like the thorn of the s., its leaves(?) are large like s. leaves (is called namhar) Kocher
Pflanzenkunde 33:12 (series sammu gikinsu).

33 r. 45, cf. also Farber Igtar und Dumuzi 139:207;

UD.5.KAM biSra sahx(ZAG)-l-e la ikkal on the fifth day he should not eat leek or
cress KAR 177 r. iii 42, dupl., wr. ZAG. HI.LI.SAR KAR 147:25, Iraq 21 50:25, also

(on the second)

biSra sah-li-e la ikkal

KAR 177 r. iii 18, dupl., wr. ZAG.HI.LI KAR 147:10, Iraq 21 48:10, [. .. za] .hi.li : bisir

sah-li-e l[a ikkal]

Sumer 9 34ff. No. 28:5

(bil. hemer.), see MSL 9 109 (all SB hemer.), cf.

uima Samalkilla tf.x sah-le-e 1

ifur-ni-e 3
if he eats

2.

cress seed - a)

for seeding:

(BtR) GAN A.9A 2 (PI) 5 SILA ZAG.HI.LI.

ume la ikkal Kiichler Beitr. pl. 9 ii 38 (= Kocher BAM 575 ii 37); kardia ZAG.HI.LI.SAR 'uma

SAR a field of one bur, x s. (is needed for seeding) JCS 29 141 No. 3:13, note that s. is resumed (beside seed barley) as ibid. 18, cf. 75 (SAR) 9E.NfG.TUR.TUR
4 (PI) 1 (BAN) ZAG.HI.LI.A GAN A.SA ... SAR Birot Tablettes 2:5 and 10; 2 (BAN) ZAG.HI.LI.A.SAR ana zerani Edzard Tell ed-Der 29:1; X e'um x ZAG.HI.LI zeranu

§amakilla ...

ikkalma ul el

leeks, cress, garlic, (or) onions, he is not
(ritually) pure CT 39 38 r. 11, parallel ibid.
36:107 (SB Alu); 1 SILA ZAG.HI.LI.A1.S[AR]

,imam Samalkillam iubilamma la amdt send me (x flour, x barley), one sila of cress, garlic, and onions, lest I die CT 2
19:16, wr. ZAG.AH.LI.A CT 52 5:11, cf.

YOS 12 1:4; istu nikkassu . . . 8a sd-ahle-e Se'e u kibti mesma (see mes4i v. mng.3b) MDP 23 190:3; 13 BE.GUR 3 (PI) SE.MU§ 5 4 (BAN)GO.GAL 5 (BAN) 7 StLA ZAG.HI.LI.SAR ina GI§.BAN Marduk ersu ina meseqim nimtahar x barley, x "bitter 62

quppam 'a ZAG.HI.LI.A.SAR

CT 6 27a:28,

cf. also VAS 16 114:26, Kraus AbB 1 31 r. 13 (all OB letters); 2 (BAN) ZAG.IHI.LI.A (among

aromatics)

TCL 10 71 i 24 (OB); samidam

kissibirrtim u sa-ah-li-i uibilim

send

(fem.) me samidu flour, coriander, and

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cress VAS 16 102:25; erbi sd-ah-li-i

sahlfi
akal tdbti u sah-le-e §a L1f ddlija PN nazi PN guarantees (the delivery of) bread, salt, and cress for the water drawers UET 4
51:12, cf. YOS 6 99:7, AnOr 8 14:15, CT 55 393:2,395: 1 f., and passim in adm.; sah-DA(= Il)

kasi halluri kakk u ,um i bilam send me shrimp, cress, kas, chick peas, lentils,
and garlic
YOS 2 152:24 (both OB letters);
,amnu

halluru ZAG.HI.LI u

§a ana sdbe x lentils,

dulli ana naddnija'nu BE 17 13:13 (MB let.);

2 (BAN) 3 stLA ...

ana 1 GIN kaspi epu

x kakk2 x halluru x ZAG.HI.LI

x chick peas, x cress (in ration list) PBS
2/2 64:10, cf. (beside onions and garlic) BE 14 21:7, (as miksu dues on a field) PBS 2/2 14:2,

x cress was bought for one shekel of silver (beside current prices for other staples)
LBAT 258 r. 13, cf. ibid. 313:9, 748 r. 15, 800:7, 889:3, AfO 16 pl. 17 r. 11, and passim in LB astron. diaries, also, wr. sah-le-e BBSt. No. 37:8 (Nbn.); one shekel of silver - AM 5

Peiser Urkunden 96:2, and passim in MB; x sd-

ah-lu-u PN ilqe PN took x cress

HSS 14

70:2, cf. ibid. 73:1, HSS 16 202:4; x sd-ah-lu ana SAL.ME9 U ana arrati x sd-ah-lu ana ekalli ina GN x KI.MIN kima hulluru

(BAN) sah-le-e YOS 17 352:2; in LB rent

contracts: ina satti x uttatu x kibtu x
kundau x

napharx ebir uttatu u sahhari... luddakka women and for the queen, x s. for the I will give you (as rent) per year x barley, palace in GN, x ditto instead of chick peas, x wheat, x emmer wheat, x cress, x linx ditto instead of lentils HSS 14 69 1ff., seed, a total of x out of the main barley cf. ibid. 184: ff., also, wr. sd-ah-lu.ME9 crop and out of the vegetable (lit. small)
x KI.MIN kima kakk x cress for the ibid. 90:1 (all Nuzi); x uttatu rihitti sah-le-e ... 1 SILA sah-le-e u itein akalu ul id.

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sahx-le-e x

amaSammiu

dinnu (as for the) x barley (and) the rest of the cress, they have not given me a single sila of s., nor a single loaf of
bread YOS 3 70:25 and 28 (NB let.), of. ibid.

crop PBS 2/1 150:12, cf., wr. 9E sah-le-e ibid. 1:1, wr. 9E ZAG.HI.LI BE 9 59:1 and 11, 65:11 and 17, wr. sah-li SAR ibid. 88:9 and 15, wr.

9E sah-li PBS 2/1 44:13, sah-li-e
sah-li-e Dar. 296:1, and passim;

9E

BE 9 86a:14,

16; kurummdti sah-le-e §amni .. . unutu give them (their barley) rations

ina Satti... 50 GUR samaSammu 50 GUR usbit= kasi 5 GUR sah-li(!) .. . luddakka I will

(and) cress, oil ibid. 136:18, cf. ibid. 31; oil 1 GUR 15 SILA sah-fle-el x tdbtu Nbn. 1017:6, cf. (also beside salt) UCP 9 91 No. 24:28, GCCI 1 208:4, 244:7, 247: f., 249:1, 9, §ipdtu

give you (as rent) per year fifty gur of linseed, fifty gur of kas, and five gur of s.
BE 9 65:6, also ibid. 15, wr. 9E.ZAG.HI.LI ibid.

11 and 17;

1 GIN ina sah-le-e-i

one

shekel (of silver) in lieu of his (rent in)

tabtu sah-le-e u Samnu 'a ummannu in= cress YOS 6 212:11, cf. TuM 2-3 198:5, also nani,§u give him the wool, salt, cress, [...] 1 (PI) ZAG.HI.LI GUD.ME inaAjari and oil for the craftsmen BIN 1 16:8 (let.), igammaruma ittiru Nbn. 764:12, cf. YOS 6 cf. ibid. 15; qeme KAS.SAG kaspu §a Siri 173:8; sah-le-e ana PN aki imitti u tanan= MUN.HI.A sah-le-e kurummassu 8a MN PN din you will give the cress to PN in accordance with the assessment imposed on . .. etret PN has been paid the flour, first quality beer, and the silver for meat, him (declaration in court) VAS 6 38:13, salt, cress, her rations for MN VAS 6 cf. ibid. 5; note bit tdbti u sahle: iten bit MUN u sah-le-e one (spice) container for 123:2, cf. ibid. 6, also BRM 1 71:1; 2 GUR MUN.HI.A 2 GUR sah-le-e 1 PI Samni itti salt and cress (in an inv.) Nbk. 441:2. nadanassuniitu two gur of salt, two gur of 2' in med. and rit.: ana libbi qemi Sa cress, (and) x oil were also delivered to them (the three hundred oblates going to GN) innaqq2 tdbta u ZAG.HI.LI.SAR tuballal you mix salt and cress into the flour which VAS 6 202:6, cf. CT 56 773:1, cf. 2 GUR MUN.HI.A 2 GUR sah-l-e ana ERIN pirri is to be offered ZA 45 208 v 13 (Bogh. rit.);
GCCI 2 92:2, cf. also ibid. 8, Dar. 253:9; put ZAG.HI.LI.A.SAR

tasdk

you crush cress

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(seed) KUB 4 51:4, cf., wr. ZA.AH.LI.SAR KUB 37 1:4, cf. sah-ld-e tasdk CT 23 50:12,

sahll §u-nu umalla they scatter ten silas of cress seed for him from the city gate of Kurba'il to the city gate of Calah, and he has to pick them up with the tip of his tongue until he has filled the seah measure
(penalty clause) Iraq 12 187 ND 203 r. 3
(NA, = Postgate Palace Archive 15), parallel ADD 481:8, Iraq 13 pl. 16 ND 496:27 (= Postgate Palace Archive 17), see von Soden, Or. NS 26 135;

wr. ft sah-le-e Kocher BAM 579 i 45, wr. sah-lu-u ibid. 43 and 52:42; sah-le-e ilteni tasdk ina KA§.SAG tanaddi ana pan DN

tukdn you crush together cress (and other ingredients), put (them) into first quality
beer, you set (it) before Gula KAR 73:11 (med. rit.); [t ZAG.HI].LI.SAR : AA ]AH. i
NITA ,'d sma ballu Uruanna III 46, f sah-

lu-u : A9 i AAH.BABBAR 'a GtTN (= birmu) ballu ibid. 46a; ZAG.HI.LI.SAR (as medication) BE 31 56:12, 16, and 19 (= Kocher BAM

[m] mint tdbta sah-le-e ina iSati GfBILoath by roasting salt and cress in fire aumma ... ZAG.HI.[L]I.SAR iznun if it rains cress ACh Adad 12:12; abnu ,ikin u kima sah-le-e ki-[x]-[t]i NA 4. the stone DOR.MI.NA.BAN.DA §um[§u] which in appearance is like cress of the [.. .] is called turminaband2 STT 108:83 (series abnu ikinsu); sah-li-e (in broken context) STT 36:44 and 45 (SB lit.).
Surpu III 95;

398); sah-le-e haft kast ...

ina mi kasi

tarabbak nakkaptdu tarakkas iballut you soak cress, hajH, kasz2 (etc.) in kas juice,

you bandage his temples (with the compress), and he will recover CT 23 43:24, cf. ibid. 42:20, also x ZAG.HI.LI (var. sahle-e) . . . tetn ibid. 23:3, 5, and 10, cf. (for a compress) RA 53 2:8, 14:9, wr. ZAG.HI.LI.A. SAR Iraq 31 29:11, Kocher BAM 165 ii 10, note 1.ZAG.HI.LI.SAR 4R 58 i 33, f( sahli-e SAR (beside ZAG.HI.LI.SAR ii 12, sah-

Sc) preparations: sah-le-e pa-sa(text -ha)-ti ina ikari taaqqiu you give him (the patient) crushed cress in beer to
drink Kocher BAM 3 i 41, also AMT 80,7:3, cf. ZAG.HI.LI teneti CT 23 23:6, AMT 82,2:15, also 39,1 i 28, 80,1:5, BE 31 56 (= Kocher BAM 398) r. 31, etc.; sah-le-e si-ka-ti qaqqassu

li-e ii 23) Kocher BAM 96 ii 9; rarely specified as seed: (seeds of various plants
including) NUMUN zA.AH.LI.HI.A . . . [ina 1.NU]N.NA tuballal ina KAA.SAG tubal lal [.. . amela ]du tassanammidma seed

9E

[D 7 ] you cool his head with pulverized
Kocher BAM 3 ii 32, cf. AMT

cress (seed)

of cress you mix in ghee and first quality beer, and keep putting it (as a compress)
on that man KUB 37 1:35, wr. ZA.AH.LI.
HI.A ibid. 32, j ZA.AH.LI ibid. 20, ZA. AH.LI.SAR ibid. 4, see AfO 16 48f. ZAG.HI.LI.A

see siku A adj.; you put ZAG.HI.LI tubbati talakkan sweetened(?) cress (on bread) BBR No.
39,1 i 33, 100,3 r. 5, and passim,

1-20:34; sah-le-e §E.SA.A (= qaldti) la na-

pa-a-ti roasted, unsifted cress (seed)
AMT 82,2 ii 9, cf. sah-le-e qa-la-a-ti baltdti

3'

other occs.:

daqqdtim

roasted
15,6:10,

(or) fresh cress (seed)

AMT

umallit iniki they will fill your eyes with
cress seeds, finely ground
(OB inc.),

cf. ZAG.HI.LI qa-la-ti AMT 31,2

BIN 2 72:18

r. 6;

sah-le-e qa-lu-t?

Kocher BAM 3 i 40,

see Or. NS 23 338; kima -J.ZAG. HI.LI.SAR lishuludi kispila let her spells prick her like cress Maqlu V 32; tabta J.ZAG.HI.LI.SAR

cf. ibid. 124 iii 18, cf. AMT 25,4:5, 98,2:8, etc., see qala adj. mng. la-l'; ZID ZAG.HI.LI.

usappiha seru§§un

I

SAR CT 38 22:51 and 57, see Caplice, Or. NS MAR you daub 40 148; me sah-le-e ...

scattered salt and cress over them (the devastated Elamite cities) Streck Asb. 56
vi 79, cf. ibid. 220 No. 16:19, and Thompson Esarh. pi. 17 v 7 (Asb.); 1 (BAN) sah-l-e issu

(the patient's eyes) with juice of cress
AMT 11,2:30.

Exact identification of this spice is not certain; according to the description in abulli Sa GN adi abulli 8a GN 2 izarrAnilsu Samnu 6ikinlu, it may be cardamom. See ina appi liSdniu i-laq-qat(!) GIS.BANdiscussion sub kas s. For zahheli- in
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to NA
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sahmatu A agar tdhazim u qablim kak= kaSu lilbir iSitam sd-ah-ma-aS-tam lilkun: Sum may she (Itar) break his weapon on the field of battle, may she create for him confusion and turmoil CH xliv 6 (epilogue); abubu imhullu sa-ah-ma-d§-tu (vars. sa-ah-ma-a§-tu, sa-ah-maS-tu, sahmal-tu) te~e aamritusunqu bubutu arurtu huahhu ina matilu lu kajan may flood, destructive wind, turmoil, confusion, storm, want, hunger, drought, (and) famine be constant in his land AOB 1 66:56 (Adn. I); KUR Aramu Sa ina Sigiltu u sah-mal-t eqleti adib Bdbili u Barsip ikimu the Arameans who had taken away the fields of the inhabitants of Babylon and Borsippa in (times of) lack of governance and revolt King Chron. 2 67:10, see Brinkman PKB 223 n. 1398; §a ultu ume ruqute ina eSdti u sah-ma-Sa-a-ti bit akit seri imma2 ina qereb dli inneppulu paras Sar ili A Sur (see akitu usage a-1') OIP 2 136:26 (Senn.); idaknami ina GN . .. eSdti dalhdti sihi u sah-ma-Sd-a-ti disorders, disturbance, revolt, and anarchy afflicted me in Borsippa JAOS 88 126 i b 17 (NB votive); ina esitu u sah-maS-ti §a mat Akkadipulukkaun iSnima during the disorders and turmoil in the land of Akkad their (the fields') boundary was changed BBSt. No. 10 r. 3 (NB), cf. dtamar belti sibta iSiti u sah-ma§-ti STC 2 pl. 81:73 (hymn to
(Hammurapi); IMtar); KI.MIN (= tele'i) ina sah-ma§-ta teed

.SAG.GI(!).LI. <MUD>.

Landsberger, ZA 41 317 and AfO 18 338; Thompson DAB 55 ff. (for use in medicine); von Soden, Or. NS 23 343 f.; Cocquerillat Palmeraies p. 30.

sahlftu s.; single cress seed; SB*; cf. sahl . Jumma ina re8 marti erigtu kima sahlu-td if at the tip of the gall bladder there is an eritu mark as (big as) a cress seed (followed by kima hallurtu like a chick pea, kima kakkitu like a lentil) TCL 6 4:24, cf. Summa erigtu kima sah(text kal) lu-ti kima hallurti Boissier DA 11 i 11, dupl.
CT 30 25:10.

turmoil, sahmagtu A (SahmaStu) s.; anarchy, chaos; from OB on; pl. sahma Idtu.
igi. [sh . sah 4] = [sa]h-mal-tum Igituh 127; dal3 ha-mun AN.SUM+IRX4 (forming a cross) (8L 323d) = aSamSitu, sah-mas-tu, mehi, teSi, etc. CT 24 44: 147ff. rgaba(?)1.ri igi.sfuh. [sah 4 ] du 1 4 (LUXNE) erim.hus gis.gis.la SUL.SUL (var. du e.gi. su h.sah4 qa.ab.ri e.r[i.im.hu.us] gis.gis.la dInanna za.k[am]) : saltum sa-ah-ma-ds-tum mah[drum] anantum u saggastum kimma Is[tar] 0 Istar, yours is strife, rebellion, confrontation, fighting, and carnage ZA 65 194:164 (OB lit.); dIn. nin ki gis.tukul.sig.ga zi.in.gi.ra.ra.da(!). ginx(OIM) igi.sih.sah 4 ra.ra.ab : dMIN aar tamhus kakku u dabde kima kisalla melili sah-maS-t 0 Itar, where weapons clash and (in) the battle, play with the melee as if (with) astragals RA 12 74:9f., see Landsberger, WZKM 56 121 f. sah-mas-td, ippiru, etc. = qab-lu LTBA 2 1 iv 47, and dupl. 2:113; sah4-ma-t = sala-al-t[um] Izbu Comm. 364; [.. .] sah4-mas-tum //te--u-u Leichty

kubbub x x x you (Nabfi) are able [to save?] from anarchy, confusion, burning [of . . .] STT 71:27; arkdnu mdssu eliSu ibbalkitma lapan sah-maS-ti ardanigu Sa ulab§ eli~u ediidu ipparlidma afterward his land rebelled, and alone he fled from the turmoil which his subjects had Izbu 233 ROM 991:18 (Izbu Comm.); AN bar- instigated against him Streck Asb. 82 x 11; tum = sah-mas-tum 2R 47 ii 15 (comm.). sah-mad-tum lu ikkibunumu let revolt be an abhorrence to them (the divinely proa) in hist. and lit.: gig.gis.la te. en.te.en sih.sah 4 si.si.a [...].ak tected citizens) YOS 1 38 ii 34 (Sar.); [. . .] .. .[..] gul.la : mubelli tuqmdtim x mu-tu itkupat sah-mal-tu-um-ma da] VAS 1 69:8 (Samhi-ilu); muSebbi sd-ah-ma-ga-tim mu'abbit muq= '-[.. sah-maSd-a-ti ina mat ASur u mat Akkadi iltabli he who extinguishes battle, silences turmoil, destroys the warriors LIH 60 iv 11 Saknama (after Kandalanu, at the acces65

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sahmagtu B sion of Nabopolassar) chaos broke out in Assyria and in Babylonia BHT pl. 4 r. 5, also ibid. 17 (NB chron.), cf. [... ]itkunat sah-maS-tu (parallel: nadi2 gulgulli) Bauer
Asb. 1 pl. 42 K.5272:5, see ibid. 2 p. 72; i=

sahru LA GIg nu-ur-ma sah-ma GAZ SIM you pulverize and sift crushed (?) pomegranate rind (for use as materia medica) AMT 69,12:5 (= Kocher BAM 543 i 16).
Oppenheim Beer 47 n. 62.

,akkan sd-ah-ma-a-tum VAS 10 213:4 (OB
hymn); tahaza iktasarukin sah-ma§-ta LKA 63 r. 2; (Ninurta) [.. .] sa-ah-mal-tim[. . .] KAR 83 r. i 11 (SB rel.); ina qibit ama ippiru dasati u sah-ma-§a-a-[ti. . .] ifte: nib liddibanikkama upon the order of Samag may troubles, treachery, and anarchy .... you all at once ZA 43 18:60
(SB lit.).

sahmu s.; (a topographic term); Nuzi.*
E §a tinuri [...] qadu za-ah-mi-Su (division of property) HSS 19 5:18; eqla ,andmma asarza-ah-mi ... ana PN ittadin he gave PN another field at the s. RA 23

152 No. 43:8.

b) in omens: amut sd-ah-ma-a-tim u tee[m] an omen of turmoil and disorder
YOS 10 17:16 (OB ext.), cf. amit teli u sahmaS-tum CT 20 7 K.3999:21 (SB ext.); sah-

sahnatu

s.;

(a plant); syn. list, plant

list.*
sa-ah-na-ti = §am-[...] (var. lil-la-[na]-tum = am-ba-lil-tum, and correct lilldnitu) Malku II 121.

ma6-tum u teS ina mati ibba6li there will be turmoil and disorder in the land
BRM 4 13:25, cf. CT 20 22 81-2-4,279:14 (both SB ext.); sd-ah-ma-al-tum [ina] mdtim [ibba]Si YOS 10 56 i 4 (OB Izbu), also YOS 10 53:3 (OB behavior of sacrificial lamb); sahma'-tu ina mdti ibali Leichty Izbu XVIII 8, also TCL 6 3:37, cf. CT 20 12 K.6393 r. 5 (both SB ext.), sah4 -mas-tum ina mati TUK-§i
Leichty Izbu X 73, cf. NfG.HA.LAM.MA KUR

f1 sa-ah-na-td(text -BAR) : [. . .] Kocher
Pflanzenkunde 30a i 1'.

sahpu A adj.; sahdpu.

(mng. uncert.);

SB; cf.

u-ri-in-nu sa-ah-pu-tum (for context see sdhipu) CT 16 42:9; x-[x]-x sah-pu-tu saburtax x x LKA 63:18. sahpu B adj.; wrapped with bast; MA; cf. sahdpu. la sa-ah-pa-ti[m] 20 GI9.BAN.ME9 twenty bows, not wrapped (received by the bow maker) VAS 19 20:2 (MA). For a parallel see sihpu mng. 4. sahru adj.; cf. sahdru.
§umma

KI.MIN sah-ma§-tum [..

.]

ibid. p. 196

K.6816:9;

sah-ma§-tum 1.GAL-ma ubbutu GAR.ME5-ma <arruimdt ACh Sin 34:6, sahma-Sd-tum GAL.ME§ ibid. 25:22; sah4 -maId-a-tum ina mat Ak[kadi. . .] [there will be] anarchy in the land of Akkad ACh Supp. 2 38:9, cf. sah4 -ma-d-a-tum [...] CT 38 8:41, [. . .] sah -ma-Sd-a-tu GAL- i4
ma [.. .] KAR 421 r.(?) ii 5 (SB prophecy), see JCS 18 13.

curved(?), bent(?);

SB*;

sahmaltu B s.; briers; lex.*
te-hi GI9.NIM = ba-al-td, hi-i§-ti, sah-mag-ti, di-ih za-'-td, ha-an-did-pi-ri Diri II 245-249; NIM = handapuri .. .Id-ni hi-Su-tu // bal-tum / sah-mal-tu //tu-\x]-[.. .] A VIII/3 Comm. 10ff.

MIN-ma (= ubdnu halqat) ina maS-kdn-Sd kakku sah-ru Sakin if the "finger" is missing, and where it should be there is a curved (?) "weapon-mark" CT
31 41 K.4074 r.(!) 4, cf. Boissier DA 225:5 (both

sahmu hdmu.

adj.;

crushed (?);

SB*;

cf. sas
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ext.); alta ana lubbuki sah-ra ana [nuuh?] -hi (medications) to make stiff (joints or muscles) soft, to [relieve?] what is bent(?) Kbcher BAM 124 iii 56 and dupl. 125:26.

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sahru sahru see sihru. *sahsahhu adj.; only pl. attested. (mng. uncert.); lex.*;

sa'idu umma PN-ma iltenutu uppalannu PN 2 iktala umma PN2 -ma etepussunu u uftu i-te-ep-'u(?)sd-hu-lu-um-ma ekalli ma(?)-ni(?) u ina EBUR (?)-ri-ia-malaknu PN declared, "PN2 has withheld one uppa= Jannu (leather part of a wagon)" - PN2 declared, "I made them(?) but they .... -ed from the palace and they are now located
in my ...
." AASOR 16 11:14 (translit. only).

[KI].A = kd[pu], nahallum, sd-ah-sd-ha-tum Proto-Diri 307ff., cf. [KI].A = kapu, sah-<sah>-hatum Kagal C 23f.; a.KI.A sd-ah-sd-ah-hu-tum S. .. water Proto-Kagal Bil. Section E 43; a. bar. r a sa-h-s-ha-t[um] Proto-Kagal 266.

*sahsulu (AHw. 1010b) For LfL su li (corrupt) in KAR 178 r. ii 74, see the parallel cited kispu usage b. sah4u s.; (a locust); lex.*
buru 5 .gub.ba = [s]a(?)-ah-tu Hh. XIV 242a.

See also sahu in sahumma epelu, possibly error for sa-hu-<lu>-um-maepe§u. sahunu s.; 1. (a foodstuff or spice), 2. (a potion); SB, NA. (a foodstuff or spice): 10 AN9E 1. sa-hu-nu ten homers of s. (among spices for a banquet, between kaminu and
a-nu) Iraq 14 43:136 (Asn.).

Reading of the first sign not certain. sah'u see seh adj. (mng.

u-ri-

sahu in sahumma epeu v.; unkn.); Nuzi*; foreign word.

2 ulm libndti ... ilabbinu ana za-zu-umma ippus ana amarwumma ippus ku-up-ta ana sd-hu-um-ma ippus anaPN inandin he will make two thousand bricks, sort(?) (them), stack (them), make a pile(?), and deliver (it) to PN HSS 5 97:9 (coll.). sahfi see sehz adj. and v. sahu s.; (an illness); SB.* lu hiniq Suburri marus lu hiniq ellibuhhi [... ma]rus lu sa-hi kaliti marus lu marta marus if he is sick with either stricture of the anus or stricture of the bladder [or ... ] or s. of the kidneys or the gall bladder AMT 22,2:8; uncert.: [. . .] -ha UB sa-ha hahha ihhat Siri AMT 51,2:3; for refs. wr. SAH-hu see qidhu. sahu see sahhu A and sihu B. sahu (a bowl) see Sdhu. sahulu in sahulumma epeu unkn.); Nuzi.* v.; (mng.

2. (a potion): kardnu tabu igatti sahu-nu lu 8a ameli lu §a ,arri nisirti Sar: ruti he drinks sweet wine, (this is) s. for man or for king, according to a secret royal recipe AMT 49,6:8, dupl. Kocher BAM 42:11; [.. .] billatu zI sa-hu-nu §umla ana e kisirte ha kalama damiq (see billatu mng. 2a-1') AMT 83,1:14 + 61,6:4; 16 fr. HI.A sa-hu-nu §a ana A (or Sa 1-et) x [x] Kocher BAM 42:41; tersitu a DUG sa-hu-ni ibid. 47; these aromatics KI sa-hu-ni u §aman en-di tusahhap (see sahdpu mng.
4c) AMT 41,1 iv30.

sa'ib s.; Alalakh*;

(a vessel or utensil); Hurr. word (?).

OB

1 sd-i-ib (in a list of utensils)
Alalakh 432:4.

Wiseman

sa'idu (sa'edu) s.; inn, road-station(?); OB, MB, SB, NA, NB; wr. syll. and NG.
DIR.IM.

rurul.dun.nu.za.i.du = NIG.DIR.IM Antagal G 189.

a) in gen.: PN §a sa-'-di (in obscure
context) Tell Halaf No. 22:5 (NA).

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sa'idu
b) URU

sakilu A
a-sa'idi: in geogr. names - 1' MDP 2 pl. 16 i 30 (MB
liim isqul4u (NB kudurrus).
ZA 65 56:60, also VAS 1 37 v 38

Sa-sa-i-di(!)

kudurru).

2'
Antagal,

Dunnu-sa'idi:

URU.NfG.DIR.IM
GN ana Du-

b) sukkuku: Jumma marsu uzndSu siuk-ku-ka-ma la iSemmd if the sick man's
ears are stopped up and cannot hear
Labat Suse 11 vi 7.

BRM 4 25:39 and 51, dupl. SBH p. 144 No. 7:19 and r. 1 (SB hemer.), also Nbk. 246:1, and see

in lex. section; itu

un-ni-rsal-i-[dil KI from Sippar to Dunnisa'idi VAS 16 64:19 (OB let.), cf. URU Duun-ne-sd-'-di KI CT 4 23c:3 (OB from Sippar);

ina I.H[I.L]I.dIs-tar(var. dMus) Dun-ni-sa-i-di KAR 109:11 (SB rel.,
var. courtesy W. G. Lambert).

coll. and

8u-bat

c) 11/2: uzndja la uttammima us-sakki-ka(var. -ra) hasikki, itbal amiraSin ipteti neSmdja my ears which were clogged and stopped up like a deaf man's, he removed their wax and opened my hearing Lambert BWL 52:18 (Ludlul III). d) IV/3: minammi ta-at-ta-na-ds-ka-ka why do you (pl.) pretend to be deaf?
VAS 16 93:6, see Frankena, AbB 6 61 note to No. 93.

For the geogr. name Dunni-sa'idi see
Ebeling, RLA 2 240.

Possibly to be connected with the OA refs. cited *sa'atu. sa'idu see *sa'atu. sa'iru see sa'uru. sa'itu see *sa'atu. sakadu see *zaqddu. sakaku v.; to be clogged, stopped up (said of the ears); MB, SB; I (only inf. and stative attested), II, 11/2, IV/3; wr. syll.
and fT.H(TB (Syria 33 124:20); cf. sakiku,

sakalu A v.; 1. to appropriate fraudulently, illegally, to annex, 2. to acquire; OB, SB, NB; I iskil - isakkil; cf. sikiltu.
sa-ka-a-lu = ha-[ba]-tum Malku VIII 85.

1. to appropriate fraudulently, illegally, to annex (OB, SB) - a) in gen.: a . . . ultu ulla ana ruppul mdtiSunu iski-lu §ar pani alikit mahreu (the cities) which a long time ago his predecessors on the throne had annexed in order to enlarge their domain TCL 3 234 (Sar.), cf.
Winckler Sar. pl. 26 No. 55:14; Sa ana sin=

sakku adj., sukkuku.
geS t .l = sa-ka-ku Nabnitu A 195.

nitim ipparaqqadu sd-[ki-el Karim he who clings to a woman is like one who
hoards the wind JCS 15 6 i 7; §a ina sartim i-sd-ak-[ki-lu(?)] JRAS Cent. Supp.
pl. iv 14 (both OB lit.).

a) sakdku: gumma uzun imittigu sa-ki-ik if he has his right (also the left) ear
clogged Labat TDP 68:11 f., cf.
§umma

uz=

ndAu sak-ka if both his ears are clogged
ibid. 70:12, cf. Summa marsu ina umi 8a imrasu TJ.HB-ma Syria 33 124:20; dimat

b) sikilta sakalu: Summa aSSat awilim
S. . ana wasm paniSa iStakanma sz-ki-il-

la natali sa-ka-ak uzni u sibit pi ana sat umi liSimuu may they (the gods) decree for him for all time a fate of not seeing, stopping up of the ears, and
seizure of the mouth MDP 2 pi. 23 vii 37, cf.
ibid. p. 116:3', MDP 6 pl. 11 iii 6, see Borger, AfO 23 15, also ibid. 20 iii 4 (all MB kudurrus), gama

tam i-sd-ak-ki-il bissa usappah if a man's wife is bent on leaving and appropriates something (or) squanders her household property (and they convict her of it, her
husband may divorce her) CH § 141:40;

Sa akkalu u aprdku Sa belijamasi-ki-il-tam [la] [ds(?)]-ki-lu all that I eat and that
I wear belongs only to my master - (I

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sakilu B thing fraudulently CT 29 43:31f. (OB); siki-il-tam la ds-ki-lu mimma umBu laupaz ziru kaspam ge'am ahi la aktumu I have not acquired anything illegally, I have not hidden anything, I myself (?) have not concealed any silver or barley (oath) ABIM 35:7; ezib niSe imere gammale alpe u seni il-[x ummanija ebukunimma ana ra: manilunu is-ki-lu si-kil-tu (this booty) is exclusive of the people, asses, camels, which cattle, and sheep and goats .... my troops have led away and appropriated for themselves OIP 2 55:61 (Senn.).

sakanu narkabta irkabma AN E.KUR.RA-,'d ka-aa-na-[am-ma] is-kil if a prince rides a chariot and its(?) horse always balks
CT 40 36:53 (SB Alu), cf. ibid. 37:77, TCL 6

4]a

9:12; Summa sis't a narkabti iii is-kil-ma husab narkabti iMbir if a horse of a god's chariot balks and breaks a wooden part of the chariot CT 40 37:78, restored from
TCL 6 9:13, cf. (with nile ugallit frightens people) CT 40 37:79, also (with amelu ikmis) ibid. 81 and dupl. TCL 6 9: 14f., see Borger, Symbolae Bohl 47, with corrections Borger HKL 2 p. 20.

2. to acquire (NB): (a field, slaves, and household furnishings) §a PN itti fPN 2 mrtigu ana PN3 iqba arki . . . PN4 x zeru ... a itti PN 5 aki zittilunu SAG.KI i-sak-ki-lu-ma PN4 u PN 3 itti ahdmel isab batu ... PN4 ana PN3 ittadin that PN promised to PN3 (as dowry) together with his daughter fPN2 , afterward PN 4 handed over to PN3 (this) x field which he (coowns) with PN5 , but the title to which, according to the amount of their share, he is going to acquire from PN5 , so that PN 4 and PN3 will possess it together (as well as the slaves and household furnishings) Nbn. 760:9. Only in the NB ref. cited mng. 2 is the semantic field of sakalu similar to that of the corresponding Hebrew root, for which see M. Greenberg, JAOS 71 172ff.; this ref. may reflect a WSem. usage. The OB and SB refs. all point to a meaning of illegal, fraudulent acquisition or appropriation.
M. Held, JCS 15 11 f. (with previous literature).

b) said of a lock: summa sikkat nam, zaqi §a bit i tari is-ki-il if the lock pin of the temple of a goddess gets stuck
CT 40 12:7 (SB Alu), summa MIN Sa bit igtari is-sd-na-ki-il ibid. 8, cf. passim in this tablet (CT 40 12 and 13), also ibid. 14 K.7030+ :7f. and K.11616:5 f., wr. is-sa-na-ki-[il] ibid. 8 K.2192 r. 16, wr. is-sa-<na>-ki-il Or. NS 40 134:7.

c) other occs.: if the king leads the divine statue and either on leaving or on
entering is-kil it .... .- s TCL 6 9:16 and dupl. CT 40 40:69, also (with GIS.MA.LA the raft) ibid. 71 and TCL 6 9:17, see Borger, Symbolae Bohl 46, (the boat of Marduk) CT 40 38 K.2992+

:23; obscure: sa-ak-lu sa-ak-lu sikkanu

lunu

Studies Landsberger 286 r. 17 (inc.).

The cited Alu refs. all come from texts written in NB script and thus the signs sI and KIL can rarely be distinguished. Therefore possibly all references from these texts may have to be read is-si, from Sasqi, "to produce a sound." sakanu v.; to see to, to take care of; EA; WSem. lw.; I *iskin. u li-is-kin Sarru ana ERIN.MES pitdti u luma era ERIN.ME pi.tati ana L(j.ME§ Sa ippulu arna ana Sarri the king should see to archers, he should send archers against those who commit crimes against the king EA 287:17; ihalliq gabbi mat Sarri u li-is-kin larru . . . ana mdtilu all the king's land is being lost, so the king

sakalu B v.; to balk, to get stuck; SB; I iskil, I/3; cf. sukkulu.
sa.gi 4 .a = sa-ka-lu, KAD 5 = MIN Id [.. .] Nabnitu XXII 147f.; sa.gi = sa-Ekal-lum Proto-Izi I Bil. 17' (from RS), cited MSL 13 126. gu-uz LUM = [sal-ka-lu d AN9E A V/1:47; ane. Hdu . guz .z[a] = [MIN (= sa-ka-lu) d ANAE] Nabnitu XXII 152.

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sakanu should care for his land EA 286:38, cf. EA 287:40, 288:48, wr. [1]i-[i]s-ki-en§arru ana mdtiu EA 286:34, li-is-ki-i[n] §arru ana

sakapu A
re.en : beltu la ta-sa-kip-fin-nil my lady, reject me not BA 5 640:21f., cf. 4R 10 r. 35f.; mu. lu ka.nag.da ba.an.da.gur.ra lil.ld.da <bi. in.ku 4 > : sa mati is-ki-pu ana zaqiqi <utirru> him who rejected the country they turned to naught SBH p. 81 No. 46:41f.; gir.dar me hug : sa-kip tdhazi ezzi (mace) which destroys in fierce battle Angim III 40 (= 139). ra-d[a]-du, sa-k[a]-pu = a-ba-[tu] to destroy LTBA 2 2:267f.; sa-ka-pu da-ra-[su] K.10994+: 15', dupl. K.3978 ii 2 (ext. comm.).

mati[§u] EA 290:29, also 285:26 (all letters of Abdi-Hepa).

The word occurs only in letters from Jerusalem. sakanu see zakanu. sakanu (to place) see akanu.

1. to thrust, push away, to overturn,
to reject, to set aside (kingship), depose

(a king) - a) sakapu A (zakpu, sekepu) v.; 1. to
thrust, push away, to overturn, to reject, to set aside (kingship), depose (a king), 2. to drive back, repulse, defeat, drive out, evict, 3. to dispatch a boat, to send

to thrust, push away (in

by boat, to drive cattle, 4. sukkupu to
reject(?), 5. II/2 to be driven out, 6. IV to be dispatched by boat, to be rejected(?); from OB on; I iskip - isakkip - sakip, 1/2, II, 11/2, IV; cf. sakiptu, sakkdpu, sakpu A adj., sikiptu, sukuptu.
ta-ag TAG = sd-ka-pu A V/1:227; za-ag [ZAG] = [s]a-ka-pu VAT 10185 i 12 (text similar to Idu); [zag. tag. g a] = za-qa-pu=(Hitt.) pa-ag-ga-u-wa-ar to erect (i.e., translating as if the verb were zaqdpu) Izi Bogh. A 252; zag.sag = sa-ka-pu Antagal A 205; za[g (.. .)].hul = su-hu-um-mu, [zag(?)]. KIN = [sa]-ka-pu, [. .. ] = da-ra-su Erinhus II 202ff.; x.hul = su-[. . .] = (Hitt.) ha-ah-har-ga-naan-za one who is laughed at(?), [x].x.a = sdk[a(!)-p]u(!) = (Hitt.) hi-in-ga-ni-ia- <u-wa-ar(?)> to play, [.. .] = [da-r]a-su=(Hitt.) du-us-ki-ia-u-wa-ar to rejoice Erimhus Bogh. C ii 8'ff., restored from KBo 26 20 ii 33ff.; [si-ig] [PA] = [sa-k]a-pu, [da-r]a-su, [la]-pa-tu, [§d SAG.P]A MIN, [Sd X.PA] MIN, [§d PA.GAN sa]-ka-pu, [§d PA.GAN da]-ra-su, [d PA.GAN uk]-ku-Su A I/7 Section Ai 1-8; [. . .] = [sa]-ka-pu, [da]-ra-su, [se]-'-u Antagal D 137ff.; [sa-ag] [PA.GA]N = sa-ka-pu, sa-pa-hu, uk-ku-gu Diri V 81ff.; sag(wr. PA+GAN) = sa-k[a-pu] // mar[a-x] CT 11 28 K.8387 iv 6f. (see MSL 14 520). (two figurines) gal 5 .1a.hul zag sag : sd-kip gallU lemni who ward off the evil gallu demon AfO 14 150:202ff.; [... a]ma.gan.ra dumu.ni zag.na ab.ze.em.e : [ummu d]litti mdraga i-nam-din [// ummu(?) d]litti ina teh i-sd-ak-kip SBHp. 42 No. 21:32ff. li.dingir.zag.tag.ga = sa ilum is-ki-pu-[I]u whom a god has rejected (for context see sakpu A adj.) OB Lu A 380; gahan.mu na.an.gur.

literal sense): summa awilum awilam ina suqim is-ki-im-ma (var. [i]s-ki-in-ma) qdssu igtebir if a man knocks down a man in the street and breaks his hand Goetze LE § 44 A iii 36 and B iii 23; Summa marsum ... libbaSu iStanahhitma qd-tam i-sd-ki-ip if the sick man's heart leaps about and he thrusts away the hand TLB 2 21:12 (OB diagn.); let lemni mahas Sep lemni kubus irat lemni si-kip strike the cheek of the wicked, tread on the foot of the wicked, push away the chest of the wicked KAR 58:6 (SB inc.), cf. irte lemnu zi-ik-pa AfO 12 143 (pl. 10) ii 28, also nakru . . . irtasu sa-ka-pi BiOr 39 12:2, and see irtu mng.

la-3'a';

abnu lizzursu abnu li-is-kip-M

abnu x-x-[sPu] abnu lipassissu may the stone (charm) curse him, may the stone overturn him, may the stone [...] him, may the stone efface him AMT 33,1:22 (inc.). b) to overturn: [GI.G]U(?).ZAdski-pa usappiha ellassu I overturned his throne, scattered his troops Bauer Asb. 2 44 K.2630+ i 8; Ninurta . .. kisurraSu li-

is-kip-ma may DN overturn his boundary
stone MDP 10 pl. 12 v 1 (MB kudurru).

c) to reject a person, a country: awilum MSitti iliSu s&-ki-ip itti awil[uit]i x sd-ki-

ip that man is rejected by his god, rejected by his fellow men AfO 18 66 ii 44f.,
cf. Kraus Texte 62:10' (both OB physiogn.); illu

redidu i-sd-ki-ip his god will thrust him

(lit. his head) aside (opposite: ilSu reidu
uaqqa) ibid. 18'; ippallasma ana §a is-

ki-pu-

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sakapu A
(Marduk) looks kindly (upon a person), his (that person's) god who has rejected him will turn with favor to him AnSt 30 i-zak-ki-pu 102:16 (Ludlul I);ilu mdta the gods will reject that country CT 40
§idti

sakapu A
212:19, 182:36,
200 iv 6.
§a

Sarrussu ta-ki-pu ibid.

2. to drive back, repulse, defeat, drive
out, evict - a) enemies - 1' in omens: Siurtum = sa-kap nakri - ~iuurtu (in the

38 K.2992+ :27, dupl. TCL 6 9:5 (SB Alu), cf. ilu mdta i-zak-ki-pu KAR 212 r. ii 43, see
Labat Calendrier § 66':34, courtesy D. Kennedy). also DINGIR.ME§

protasis corresponds to) driving back the enemy (in the apodosis, illustrated by the
apodosis nakirka itti ili kami u suhhur

KUR i-sd-ak-ki-pu Ni. 1856 r. 30 (MB? astrol., d) to set aside kingship, to depose a king - 1' in gen.: RN §arradunu is-kipu-ma RN2 [...] ina muhhiunu alkun

your enemy will be defeated with the help of the god, and will be forced to turn back) CT 20 39:4 (SB ext.); kakki RN 'a
Elamtam is-ki-pu "weapon-mark" concerning I~bi-Irra who drove out Elam YOS 10 46 v 6 (OB ext.); mat nakri ta-sd-kip Thompson Rep. 69:7; nakrum alam ilawwima alum ussdmma nakram i-sd-ki-ip the

they (the Judeans) deposed Peqah, so I
installed Hoshea over them Rost Tigl. III
p. 80:17.

2'

in curses:

Sama

...

is-ki-ip may 8amag set aside his kingship
CH xliii 20, corr. to nam.lugal.bi zag

,arrissu li-

enemy will besiege the city, but the city will make a sortie and drive back the
enemy YOS 10 24:8 (OB ext.); ina kakki nakrum ummdnam i-sd-ki-pa-am with reference to war, the enemy will drive back the army toward me YOS 10 42 iii 30, cf.
ibid. 26, also (with ina tdhazim) RA 27 149:20

h 6. bi.in. tag

Frank Strassburger Keilschrift-

texte 3 r. 5, also Or. NS 34 168:28 (8amsi-Adad V), arrussu li-is-ki-ip u hu, cf. Sama ....

Sahha ana mdtifu liddi may SamaS set aside his kingship and bring famine to his land AOB 1 50 No. 2:9, also ibid. No. 1:73
(both Arik-den-ili), 74:26, 92 r. 17 (Adn. I), 128:23, 132 r. 20, 138 No. 4 r. 23, 152 No. 13:25 (Shalm. I), AKA 107 viii 77 (Tigl. I), Weidner Tn. 14 No. 6:41, 32 No. 18:10, 47 No. 40:39 (Aggur-nadin-apli), Unger Reliefstele 30, Borger Esarh. p. 6 viii line d, (the gods) Sarrissu li-is-ki-pu AOB 1 98 No. 12:22 (Adn. I), Weidner Tn. 23 No. 14:42, 29 No. 16:145, KAH 2 84:133 (Adt. II), AKA 167 r. 20,188 r. (Asn.), OIP2 66:52,148:29,139:70, 30 147:38 (Senn.), Iraq 30 104:99 (Asb.), note

matum ,i nakira ina kakki i-sd-ki-ip that country will drive back its enemy in war YOS 10 56 iii 28 (OB Izbu),
(all OB ext.);
cf. ibid. 46 i 15 and 36, 47:86f. (OB ext.); ina

kakki nakru ummanka i-sd-kip

with ref-

erence to war, the enemy will drive back
your army CT 20 50 r. 13, wr. i-sa-ak-kip CT 31 19:24; nakru itebbdmma a-sa-kip-§u

the enemy will attack me, but I will repulse him KAR 428 r. 23; tuddannanma nakirka ta-sa-kip you will become strongBoissier DA 7:19 and KAR 423 ii 28;

Sama' sar meari [...] lis-kip Kocher BAM 323:45 (inc.); hatta u kussd likim uma lis-

er and you will drive back your enemy ummani
harranda maita ihassasma itdrma ina

ki-pa paldlu may he deprive him of sceptre and throne, may he set aside his
sovereignty OIP 2 131 vi 83, cf. ibid. 85:60

kakki nakirla i-sa-kip my army will think of a forgotten road, will turn back, and will drive back its enemy by force of arms
CT 31 8:23; ina kakki nakru i-sd-kip-anni-ma ina manzdzija izzaz with reference

(Senn.),

cf. (Itar) Sarrussu u paldSu li-

is-kip Weidner Tn. 55 No. 60:13 (Aggur-resiei I), pale Sarritifu il-ki-pu Piepkorn Asb. 60 iv 72, paldu i--[kip] Iraq 37 14:34 (Sar., Charter of Assur), paldiu tal-kip (parallel: tuhalliqa niprilu) BA 5 387 r. 9 and 17 (SB lit.), cf. also Sarrussu iS-ki-pu Streck Asb.

to war, the enemy will drive me back and occupy my positions CT 20 10:8, dupl. ibid.
12 K.9213 i 10, cf., wr. a-sd-kip ibid. 10:10
and 50 r. 14, also, wr. ta-sd-kip CT 20 24
82-3-23,23 i 5, KAR 452 (p. 433):3 (all SB ext.), CT

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sakapu A ana Sulum §arri ana sd-kap nakri ana Sulum ummani ana sabdt dli (oracle query) for the safety of the king, for the defeat of the enemy, for the safety of the army, for the taking of a city
40 50:53, and passim; BBR No. 79-82 part 3:21, cf. [t]rtu . . . ana
of Assur),

sakapu A
cf. i-sa-ak-kip (in broken con-

text) Grayson BHLT 32 ii 5; ul ta-se-ek-kipma ul [. . .] ABL 965:30 (NB).

Sulum Sarri kakki sd-kap nakri§almat KAR
151 r. 49 (SB ext.).

b' said of gods: [im]ussu DN u DN 2 [ana] . . . sa-ka-pu nakri [ia] [rarrilbelija usalla every day I pray to Marduk and Sarpanitu for the defeat of the enemy of the king,
my lord ABL 412:7, also ABL 718:8, YOS 3 7:11, wr. sak-kip ABL 1387:9 (all NB); nd

2' in other texts: - a' said of kings and officials: MU ummandt GN RN ig-kipu-u the year in which Daduga (king of Egnunna) drove back the armies of Ekallatum Sumer 5 78 No. 10c:4 (OB year name);

sa-kap GN turri misri'unu (I promised) to defeat Urartu and restore their boundaries TCL 3 61 (Sar.), cf. ina tdhaz seri ... as-kip RN OIP 2 76:7 (Senn.); Sar Akkadi

kireka lis-ki-pu may they (the gods) defeat your enemies (in greeting formula) ABL 1285:7 (NA), cf. (the god) iS-kip gerdja Bauer Asb. 2 49:13; ina panika u ina arkika tallikma nakirka mala bal2 ta-as-kip she (Itar of Uruk) marched in front of you and behind you and she defeated your
enemies, all that there were
BIN 1 93:4

ultu GN is-kip-ma adi GN2 . .. arkiu illik (the king of Assyria) drove back the king of Akkad from Assur and marched after him as far as GN 2 Wiseman Chron. 56:18,
see Grayson Chronicles No. 3, cf. ummdn mat

(NB let. to the king);
i-s[d-k]i-pu-§u

adi nakram Marduk

TLB 4 38:5 (OB let.), see

Frankena, SLB 4 132; (Adad) [s]a-kip ekditi BMS 20 r. 18, dupl. LKA 53:8; note: (Lugalbanda) za-kip saltu na-du-u tuquntu Or.
NS 36 126:151 (SB lit.), and see Angim, in

Akkadi is-ki-pu Wiseman Chron. 66:26; na= kirdu ina bibil libbini ni-sek-ki-pu we shall be able to defeat his (Assurbanipal's)
enemy at will
ABL 1105:25 (NB text of add

lex. section. b) evil demons, etc.: tamarisk, holy ana sa-kap wood for figurines Sa ... lemnuti DU-ZU which are present (in the house) to ward off the evil ones AAA 22 44 ii 12; salme sa-kip lemnuti ibid. 50 iii 22,
cf. KAR 298:35 and 37; ukki ajdbi si(var.

oath); Sa tdri u sa-ka-puSukun kakkeja make my weapons cause (the enemy's)
retreat and defeat PBS 1/2 106:34 (prayer);

Ahlami Sa se-kep-Id-nu [. . .]
r. 3 (NB), see Winckler AOF 2 574;

ABL 1013
ana ...

na-sir kussi Sangztija sa-kip nakrtija. .. epuS I rebuilt (the temple of A8Aur) in order to safeguard my rule as high priest, to secure the defeat of my enemies Borger
Esarh. 7:44, cf. ana .. . kuin paleu sa-kap

zi) -kip lemna drive out the enemy, eject
the wicked AfO 14 142:51 (bit mesiri); si-kip

lemna

(name of an apotropaic dog

figurine) 4R 58 ii 21 (Lamagtu); [muk-k]iS a-

ndkiriiu KAH 1 71:8 and dupls. (Sar.), see AfO 3 2, also ana ... za-kap ndkireja OIP 2 155 No. 22:2 (Senn.), (with var. sa-kap) AAA 19 103:9 (Sar.), var. from Archaeologia 79 pl. 52 No. 1220, Weissbach Misc. 6:6, cf. also, wr. sa-kap CT 35 14:11, Lehmann 8amaSsumukin pi. 9:24 (corrected pi. 47), ana . . . sa-kap ndkirija CT 34 33 iii 13, and passim

a-bi [sa(var. za)1-kip lemni who drives out the enemy, who ejects the wicked AfO 14 144:57, cf. za-kip rdbisu lemnu K.3338
obv. (?) 15', cited Borger, JNES 33 195 and 196 ad line 204; is-kip Lamatu Sadd ultelir

inNbn.; see also zd'iru; (Nabfi-apla-iddina)
sa-kip nakri lemnu BBSt. No. 36 ii 26, cf. sa-kip raggi Winckler Sar. 2 1:9 (Sar., Charter

he (Marduk) drove Lamatu out and made her head straight for the wilderness Lambert BWL 52:8 (Ludlul III), cf. belum ina kanakkika ta-sd-kip ra-[ag-ga(?)] AfO 19 66:13 (prayer to Marduk); arratlemutti egirrd la damqa ana ahiti li-is-kip may (the amulet) deflect any evil curse, any ut-

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sakapu A terance that portends unfavorable things
BMS 12:68.

sakapu A 3. to dispatch a boat, to send by boat, to drive cattle - a) to dispatch a boat: [in]annaelip[petim] Sindti [ki]ma kadd[i gina qe]mam umalldSi[natimaa] rhiS a-sdak-ki-pa-am now, as soon as those boats arrive I will load them with flour and
dispatch them promptly ARM 3 27:23, cf.

c)

individuals - 1'

in OB:

ana mu8:

kenutija ina bab belija izuzza ele'e beli la i-sd-ak-ki-pa-an-ni-ma in my poverty I would like to be able to stand in my lord's gate - let my lord not turn me
away PBS 7 82:19 (OB let.); PN. . . mamman

MA ana rakab suhartim li-is-ki-pa-am
Kraus AbB 1 117:12; inuma elipp[dtim i]s[s]d-ak-pu-ma um hidd[n] elippatim sa

[i]na bab ekallim la i-sd-ak-ki-ip-[ ]u let no one turn PN away from the palace gate
ARM 6 56:24; PN muSkenet idat s-ka-pi-im

ul inaS[i] (see nai A v. mng. 6 (idatu))
VAS 16 148:12 (OB let.), cf. ina idim ana sa-[k]a-p[i]-im ul ibal[§i] ibid. 190:40, see Frankena, AbB 6 190 r. 14', [ana] i-[x] sdka-pi-im la nat2ma (obscure) LIH 4:8; t §eu la illappat alsumija ana sd-ki-pi-u

ana GN ikaSada ana serija§upramma as soon as they have dispatched the boats, write me the exact date they will reach
Mari ARM 1 127:9; elippdtim tamkaru §a le'im ... li-is-ki-pu-nim-ma matam

linihhu the barley merchants should send off the boats and thus appease the
country Voix de l'opposition 182:35 (Mari let.);

iziz his barley must not be touched, for my sake take action against anyone who might attempt to evict(?) him PBS 7 32:20 sd-ka-pi-la izzaz PN is responsible for her
.... CT 2 24:33;

(let.), cf. ana sd-ki-pi-a i[zzaz] Szlechter Tablettes 8 (pl. 11) MAH 15.954:35; PN. . . ana ina idi suhdre i-ta-az-

anumma ina irebi elippeti a Sarri belija [S] a se-ki-pu ina GN behold, upon the entry of the ships of the king, my lord, which have been sailed into (the harbor
of) Beirut EA 143:20 (let. from Beirut).

b) to send cargo by boat: alpam Idtu ina elippim lugarkibamma lu-zs-ki-pa-am za-az-za-a-ma ina awdtim la idarrisuSunu= I will have that ox board a boat and will ti ana PN taqabbima imaggarka Sa suhare send it off ARM 14 5:13, also 6:20, cf. §e=
i-sd-<ki>-pu qibilumma la i-sd-ki-pu-Su-

nu-ti keep on interceding for the servants, they should not treat them harshly in this matter, if you speak to PN he will listen to you, (as for) those who want to drive away the servants, tell him that they
must not drive them away PBS 1/2 3:22f. (let.); awile ta-ds-ki-pa-am-ma Kraus AbB 1 36:6, cf. x-x-ri-ik sdbim is-ki-pu OBT Tell
Rimah 12:5.

tetim a-sd-ki-pa-am ibid. 38:17, cf. ibid. 7, also ana GI.MA.TUR uarkibamma [a]ski-pa-am ibid. 37:12, cf. 44:14, (a man) ibid.

38:15; (logs of various dimensions) mali naina qtija iba42 ahfuamma as-sdak-pa-am all that I have on hand I have
hastily set afloat ARM 3 24:21, cf. ibid. 25:7
and 12, 26:6 and 26; minde GIS.AB.BA i-sd-

[k] a-pa-am TCL 17 16:21, cf. [...] sd-kapa-am ibid. 18 (OB let.), cf. lama Sam&m ...

2' other occs.: whoever removes this tablet, may the gods aggil ezzis lis-kipu-tu-u-ma 4R 56 iv 54 (colophon), see Hunger
Kolophone No. 319:11, cf. [DN... li]-is-kip§u-ma MDP 6 p. 45 iv 6 (kudurru), i-sa-kipui-nu-ti (in broken context) KAR 178 r. iv

si-ik-pa-nim send (it) off to me before the
rains ibid. 27.

c) to drive cattle: enima ta-zak-ki-pu bula bulu litarruukala qerbeti when you (Dumuzi) drive the cattle, let the cattle lead it (the evil) away across the entire
pasture land Farber Itar und Dumuzi 137:152, also 186:53.

64, ul i-sa-kip-i-ma (in broken context)
CT 54 442:8 (NB let.);

x-x-sa a-sa-kip-ma Bab. 12 pi. 9 K.8563:7 (Etana), see Kinnier Wilson, Iraq 31 13.

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sakapu B Kraus AbB 1 29:22; obscure: if (the water of) a river coils like a snake and ana mdhirti u-za-ka-pu moves(?) upstream (possibly to zaqdpu A) CT 39 14:24 (SB Alu); uncert.: makisum su-ku-up VAS 16
13:9, see Frankena, AbB 6 p. 13 note b.

sakitu ersetim sa-ka-pu(?) -um ma-du-u attillam= ma kalu andtim is there not enough lying down in the interior of the earth (the nether world)? I (GilgameM) can sleep there all the (remaining) years Gilg. M. i 11; [u nin]i 8a la ni-sak-ki-pu ul tarammind i and us, who cannot sleep, you (Tiamat) do not love En. el. I 120; illikuma qudmis Tiamat sak-pu they came before Tiamat and rested(?) (var. ugibu they sat down)
En. el. I 33 var.

5. II/2 to be driven out: GUD.HI.A- Unu [2 x] UDU.HI.A-§U-nU la us-sd-ak-kapu TIM 2 132:17 (OB let.); sen ja u AB.GAL. ME -ia ina seri us-salk-ka-pa my sheep and full-grown cows have to be driven out into the steppe (for pasture) YOS 6 26:6
(NB).

6. IV to be dispatched by boat, to be rejected(?) - a) to be dispatched by boat: ESIR is-sd-ki-ip the bitumen was dispatched TLB 4 40:10 (OB let.).

b) in transferred mng.: nakru a tadk ul imangur ana sa-ka-pu the enemy you (Irra) have set in motion is unwilling to

lie still Cagni Erra IV 64.
2. sukkupu to lay to rest: tatbal um: mdndt A§8ur .. . ina mit la Simti kajdna su-ku-pu [.. .] you carried off the armies of A9ur, forever in premature death they (the men of Assyria) are laid to rest
Tn.-Epic "iv" 7.

b) to be rejected(?): UN.ME iz-zakki-pi people will be rejected (by a god)
ACh Supp. 2 29:26 (coll. W. G. Lambert); is-

sa-kip (in broken context) Grayson BHLT 30 i 8, is-sa-ak-ki-pi ibid. 14.
H. and J. Lewy, Or. NS 17 157 n. 2; Gordon Sumerian Proverbs p. 67f. and 68 n. 4; Sjoberg, Or. NS 39 87 ff.

sakaru see sekeru A and B. sakatu v.; 1. to be silent, 2. suk= kutu to silence; from OB on; I iskut - isakkut - sakit, 1/2, II.
qa-a-lu = sa-ka-td Izbu Comm. 141.

sakapu B v.; 1. to lie down, lie still, rest, 2. sukkupu to lay to rest; from OB on; I iskup (note nisakkipu En. el. I 120), 1/2, II; cf. sakipu, sakpu B.
zag.sag = sa-ka-pu (see sakapu A), KUku-kuKU

=MIN

d sa-la-li ditto with the meaning "to lie

[k]u.ku = sa-ka-pu down" Antagal A 205f.; (in group with bdtu, gurbubu, rabdsu) K.4256 ii 10' (Erimhus Fragm. b); hul.ki.gi.na (var. hul.ki. ku.nu) = sa-ka(var. adds -a)-pu (in group with §uharruru) Erimhug IV 150.

1. to be silent - a) in lit.: [kiki] lu-us-kut kiki luqil how can I remain silent? How can I be quiet? (my friend, whom I love, has turned into clay) Gilg. X
v 20, also iii 29, ii 11;

15 5 iii 3 (OB lit.); speak not!

is-ku-ut-ma izziz CT arku su-ku-ut kur la su-kut bell

tadabbub tall one, be silent, short one,
KAR 71:7 (inc.);

1. to lie down, lie still, rest - a) in gen.: ilqe kakka'u Idbi ugerri is-sa-ak-pu re'i mulidti he (Enkidu) took his weapon and fought the lions, (while) the shepherds lay down to rest at night Gilg. P. iii 30; la is-ku-up muSi u urri CT 46 45 ii 22, see Iraq 27 5; for three or four days kamdsu u la sa-ka-pu GAR.GAR-?i he will be afflicted with reclining without being able to sleep Labat TDP 162:49; ina libbu

su-[kut]

be silent, my lord, be silent!
cf. la ta-sak-kut beli is-sa-ku-ut §arru EA

Lambert BWL 146:2',

ibid. 4' (SB Dialogue);

358:12 (lit.); kajdnamma ki sak-ta-ku-ma (incipit of a song) KAR 158 r. vii 40; §a . la i-sak-ku-tu ina lalizu imdt he who does not keep silent will die in his prime
Hunger Uruk 83:6 (physiogn. comm.).

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sakbu I was not silent (in response) to that message (i.e., the appeal for help of the king of Nuhagge) KBo 1 4 + KUB 3 10 i 12
(treaty).

sakiku
SA.GIG / ri-[kis m]ur-su // nap-har mu[r-s]u Hunger Uruk 39:9; for other explanations of SA. GIG see kissatu B, malkadu.

c) in NB letters: Lt qipdnu ki iplahu is-sak-tu the qipu officials, being afraid,
kept silent ABL 542:17; ammeni Bdbili gabbi qdssunu ana belija idekk u bell sa-

1. (an illness) - a) in med. contexts: [Summa i4tu] rapati'u adi §epedu ler'dnu: veins) hurt him from his coccyx(?) to his feet, (it is) s. Labat TDP 108:18, cf. ibid.
140:38; SA.GIG-ka (in broken context) Iraq ibid. 18 pl. 24 ND 4358 r. 21, SA.GIG.ME9 r. 18, also Iraq 24 55 ND 4366 r. 3; SA.GIG i§akkanu CT 39 44:3 (SB Alu); inapantti

su

ikkalu'u SA.GIG

if his sinews

(or:

ki-it why is it that all the Babylonians
beg my lord for help, yet my lord remains silent? ABL 1431 r. 7, cf. ibid. r. 11, Cf. ul sa-kit (in broken context) ABL 1138 r. 12, atta sak-ta-ta ABL 1380 r. 8; ina muhhi ahheja la i-sak-ku-tu my colleagues (i.e., the addressees) should not remain silent in this matter UET 4 190:10; ki lapan [...] usalimanni 3 sandti [a-ga]-[al asku-tu-ma ana ,arri belija [. .. ] that since [...] has maligned (?) me and I had to

ina pan 'arri aqtibi sa-kik-ke-e-di la uahkime I spoke to the king earlier, but was not able to clarify his s. ABL 391:12 (NA), cf. sa-[kik] -ku-2S SILIM taris ABL
109:11, see Parpola LAS No. 250.

b) in lit.: sa-kik-ki-ia i'hutu magma§§u

keep silent for these three years, [I could
not...] to the king, my lord CT 54 186 r. 4. 2. sukkutu to silence: mamma dibbiSu bi'itu idabbubu ki 8a ahheja ile' lu-sak-

the exorcist shied away from my symptoms Lambert BWL 44:108 (Ludlul II); tub:
pallah sa-kik-ki tu'ndh bubutelu (see
bubu'tu usage a) KAR 321 r. 5 (prayer to Marduk), cf. [mim(?)]-ma sak-ki-ga-a kuu§-Sid(?) (addressing Marduk) Ugaritica 5 17:15.

ki-tu let my colleagues silence whoever is saying foul things about him as best
they can CT 22 155:15, cf. ina birit ahdmeS lu i-sa-ak-kit-an-na-Ai CT 54 483:10 (both
NB letters).

2.

the diagnostic omen series:

ma§S

maSdkuma ...

alamdimmd u SA.GIG.GA

The ref. [. . .]-x-KAL-an-ni li-is-ku-ta

[ka-liql mudd[ku] I am an exorcist, I know the entire physiognomic and diagnostic series Lambert BWL 211:25; 9U. NIGIN 40 DUB.ME§ 3600[+x M]U.ME§ 8d

at-ta-ma (in an inc. addressed to the star
IBILA.].MAH) KBcher BAM 542 iii 15 is

obscure and not likely to belong to sacktu.
For CT 40 27a:7 and CT 41 26:27 see zaqdtu lex. section and mng. la. Brockelmann, ZS 5 33f.

SA.GIG total: forty tablets, x lines of the
diagnostic omen series Iraq 18 pl. 24 r. 7, cf. ibid. obv. 14 and 20; SA.GIG.ME (subscript)
Labat TDP 230:124, wr. SA.GIG ibid. 110:28,

212:117;

SA.GIG-

(with gloss SA.GIG.GE)

sakbu see sakpu A adj. sakeru see sakru.
sakikku (sagiqqu) s.; 1. (an illness);

alamdimm2 nigdimdimm2

u kataduggz

KAR 44:6, wr. SA.GIG r. 9, cf. summa izbu RA 62 53:1; mag'aldte SA.GIG alamdimm
SA.GIG Kocher BAM 310:4 (catalog), cf. ADD 980 i 3, also I S.GAR hepi eggu a SA.GIG TCL 6 12 lower part i 9. Kinnier Wilson, Iraq 18 140 f. and 145 f.; Oppenheim, Or. NS 31 31f.

§a
sakiku

2. the diagnostic omen series; RS, SB, NA; Sum. lw.; pi. sakikklu; wr. syll. and
SA.GIG.
[...] = [s]a-gi-qu (preceded by sdddnu, sdmdnu) Practical Vocabulary Assur 1004.

(sakiku) s.;

silt;

from OB on;

cf. sakdku.
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sakinnu
[i]d dAm.an.ki ba.kud.da.ginx(GIM)ka.ba pilu sahar ba.diri : kima ndr §a Ea irruu [sa]-ki-ki imta[li] just like a canal that Ea has cursed, its mouth became filled with silt SBH p. 114 No. 60:llf.

sakinu ana LJ GAR-kin KUR U-ga-ri-it MRS 6 12 RS 11.730:2, [a]na La sd-gi-ni ibid. 13 RS 15.19:2, also ana Lj s-ak-ki-ni ibid 15
RS 15.33:2, MRS 9 196 RS 17.78:2, cf. (as addressee), wr. sd-ki-in-ni MRS 12 4:2, (as sender) ibid. 8:1; Lj sd-ki-en-nu x kaspu ana PN ittadin the s. paid x silver to PN

DN nar[§u ana] sd-ki-ki-im (var. [nardu]

sd-ki-[ka]) limdud may Enki block up(?)
his canal with silt
CT 32 4 xii 24 (NB Cruc.

Mon. Manigtugu), see Sollberger, JEOL 20 62:370,

cf. pi narija i-man-di-du sa(var. §d) -ki-ka
Lambert BWL 36:100 (Ludlul I), see Lambert, JSS 14 250; Adad . . . naratilulimelld sa-

(as fine on behalf of PN2) MRS 9 178 RS 17.110:8, cf. Lt sd-ki-in-nu ibid. 166 RS 17.129:8; mur'u La sd8-ki-ni MRS 12 93:9; umma fPN ana Lj sd-ki-in-ni DUMU-ia
qibima RS 25.131:2 (courtesy D. Kennedy);

ki-ki may Adad fill up his canals with
silt
BBSt. No. 6 ii 42, cf. ibid. No. 8 iv 4;

the canal of Babylon §a ... izzannuma im-lu-u sa-ki-ki

ihhat eperi (see zdnu

usage c) VAB 4 88 No. 8 i 18 (Nbk.); narati sa-ki-ka DIRI.MES KAR 421 ii 21, see JCS 18 13, also Hunger Uruk 3 r. 6, see JAOS 95 371 the Tigris and the (both SB prophecies), Euphrates sa-ki-ki DIRI.ME§ ACh Supp. Sin 15:24, also Sin 3:57, Adad 17:4, with comm. [...] sa-ki-ki ul sa-ki-ki ki DIRI.MEA BE kz DIRI-a ibid. 5, also CT 54 57:15, with comm. IDIM / sa-ki-ki / IDIM //nag-bi(?)
x x x Ht.NUN U HE.GAL.LA ina KUR GAL§i ibid. 15f., also IDIM [nagl-bu IDIM sa-

ana LJ sd-ki-[i]n-ni§a URU KUR U[g]arit belija qibima umma Lj sd-ki-in-ni 8a GN aradkama to the s. of the city (and?) land of Ugarit (say): Thus speaks the s. of the city of GN, your servant MRS 9 218 RS 17.425:1 and 4, cf. Lj sd-ki-ni §a mat Ugarit (addressee) MRS 12 7 A 2 and B 2, wr. Lj GAR -kin KUR URU Ugarit MRS 9 237
RS 17.251:8 and 17, La GAR-kin

Ugarit ibid. 219 (pl. 74) RS 17.424C+ :4, note
the writings Lj GAR -kin <KUR >-ti a KU[R S. .] MRS 9 215 RS 17.288:2, L[f] GAR-kin KUR-t[i] 'a KUR URU Uga[r]it ibid. 226 RS 17.393:1, but L U a-ki-KUR URU Ugarit (sender) Tel Aviv 8 2 Aphek 52055/1:5; note as Akkadogram in Hitt.: Lj SA-AK-KI-IN-NI Ugaritica 5 769 RS 17.109:1, but PN SA-KI-IN KUR KaneS StBoT 1 25 ii 18, see ZA 68 272.

§a

KUR URU

ki-ku(!) ACh Supp. Sin 11:13.

sakinnu see sakinu. sakinu (sakkinu, sak(k) innu) s.;

official);
a)

(a high OB Alalakh, Bogh., RS; wr.
(sale of a field) ana PN

syll. and Lj.GAR -kin KUR(-ti). in RS:
Lt GAR-kin KUR-ti MRS 6 35 RS 15.182:6,

b) in Alalakh: Lj sd-ki-ni JCS 8 17 No. 248:6, 18 No. 253:13, 256:9, 20 No. 264:14, 21, 24 No. 283b r. 6 (all OB ration lists). c) in the EA correspondence: LJ.GARkin KUR Suta KUB 3 57 r. 2 (let. from Egypt); La.GAR-kin KUR Atah[.. .] ibid. r. 8; you will not incite LT.GAR-kin KUR [...] the

cf. ina dami umi [...] GAN.HI.A samat ana LtJ sd-ki-in-ni from this day on x land is sold to the s. ibid. 10; PN de-

clared before the king of Carchemish Ltj
sd-ki-in-nu E -ia ina emi[qi] issabatmi ina libbi bit kili iltakanumi the s. forcibly

governor (of GN or the king of Aleppo
against them) KBo 1 15+19 r. 13 (let. of Ramses); La.GAR-kin-8u PN (as one of 3
LU.GAL.MES) r. 4. KUB 3 34:14' (let. from Egypt),

seized my colleague and put him in prison
(and he died in prison) MRS 12 35:4; Lt sd-ki-nu ana Sarri imtahar the s. in-

cf. [L]J.GAR-kin (in fragm. context) ibid. 43

tervened before the king (of Carchemish) MRS 9 162 RS 17.341:7, cf. ibid. 176 RS

Whereas syll. wr. refs. have either sakinu alone or sakinu 8a GN, the writings
LO.GAR-kil are usually followed by

17.346:2f., 14; letter of the king of Birutu

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sakiptu
KUR(-ti); it seems therefore that the entire complex GAR-kin KUR-(ti) corre-

sakku sakkinnu see sdkinu. sakkinu see sdkinu. sakkiru s.(?); cf. sekeru A. dam builder; syn. list*;

sponds to WSem. *sdkinu, and does not represent Akk. idkin mdti. The ref. LiJ. MEA sa-ki-i-na HSS 14 72:33, a list of distribution of Samallammi, seems to be an appellative not otherwise attested.
Rainey, Or. NS 35 426f.; Kiimmel, UF 1 160.

[s]ak-ki-ru = [...], [pe-h]u-nu = MIN Malku IV 21-21a.

sakiptu s.; rejection(?) (by a god); SB*; cf. sakdpu A. [. . .] : sa-kip-tum lumun libbi [. . .] rejection(?) (by a god), unhappiness (referring to an unpreserved apodosis) CT
20 40:35 (SB ext.).

Var. of sekiru, q.v. sakkiru see sekkiru. sakkig adv.; (mng.uncert.); SB.* [...]-nu KA Sd-su-u [KAl Jig-mu KA \8d-ga-mu sak-kil i-§ag-gum-ma [. . .] KA (means) "to shout," KA (means) "noise," KA (means) "to roar," (so the protasis means: "Adad) roars loudly(?)"
ACh Adad 17:26 (= Craig AAT 56 r. 6).

sakipu in la sakipu adj.; never resting, unremitting; SB; cf. sakdpu B. [gut]bi ab'dna la sa-ki-pi(var. -pa) i nislal nini remove the relentless yoke so that we may sleep En. el. I 122; ezzu kapdu la sa-ki-pu muia u imma fierce, ever scheming, never resting night or day En. el. III 20, 78, also I 130, II 16; la sa-ki-pu (in broken context, parallel [da]l-pu-ma) Gilg. X v 54 (from CT 46 30). sakirru (a container) see akirru.
sakiru

Possibly to be read laq-qiS, for §aqi~ "loudly." sakkiu see sakk2 C. sakku (fem. sakiktu) adj.; 1. silted, 2. obtuse, half-witted, obscure(?); OB, MB, SB, NB; cf. sakdku.
i-dim BAD = sak-lu, sak-ku, suk-ku-ku A II/3 Section E:8'ff.; [i-di]m IDIM / sak-ku // suk-ku-ku // ek-du // sa[k-lu / .. .] A II/3 Comm. B r. 24; [su-l] [sv] = [s]a-ak-[ku], sa-ak-lu A II/7 iv 7'f.; [. . .] = [sa-ak] -ku (followed by [nu-']-u, [sa-a]klu) MSL 12 143 ND 4373 v 1'; [. .. ] = [sa]ak-ku (in group with fgul-za-lu, [nu-']u-u, [sa-

see sahiru B adj. and sekiru. (a bolt); syn. list*;
cf.

sakkapu s.; sakdpu A.

sak(var. sa)-ka-pu = medelu Malku II 175; sikkuru, napraku, sa-ak-ka-pu = medelu CT 18 3 r. ii 34ff.

ak]-lu) Antagal K 25'. en.na.me.96 kad 4 .kad 4 .en en.na.me.6 s a. s a. e n : adi matumpe-ha(text -ZA) -at adimatum
sa-ak-ka-a[t] (var. [sa]-ak-kdt) how long will you

sakkard (sikar) leaf); OB.

s.; (part of the palm

be stupid, how long will you be obtuse? Uruk 146 r. 4f.

ZA 64

146:44f. (Examenstext A), emended from Hunger

gig.zi.an.na.gigimmar = a-si-tum, gi§.gag. zi.an.na (var. gig.gag.z6.an.na) gi immar = sak-ka-ru-u (var. si-ka-ru-u) Hh. III 361f., see MSL 9 163.

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1. silted: ID sa-ki-ik-td her to redig a silted-up canal OECT 6 pl. 5 K.2727 r. 15' (SB inc., coll. R. Borger), ndarati sak-ka-a-ti VAT 2199 i 11 (NB), cited AHw. s.v. 2. obtuse, half-witted, obscure(?) - a) obtuse, half-witted: allu arrdti linti §a=

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sakkt A

ndmma usahhazu sakla sak-ka samd u la itu 1 iSpati halqu ibid. 9; thirty minas of mudd uma'aruma nard §udtu u'al2ma bronze PN ana za-aq-qa ana epeli ilqe 1 za-ak-ku siparriSanilmma ana ilannaana (or be it) that on account of these curses PN nadnu PN has taken to make s.-s he commissions someone else, (or) sends one further bronze s. has been given to a simple man, a halfwit, or an inept or PN for a dilannu garment HSS 13 449:6 ignorant man to remove this stela MDP 6
pl. 10 iv 26, cf. MDP 2 pl. 23 v 49, RA 66 164:34, 173:66 (all MB kudurrus), VAS 1 37 v 25, 57 iii 9, UET 1 165 ii 13, BBSt. No. 6 ii 34, 1R 70 ii 21 (NB kudurrus), wr. sa-ak-ka BE 1/2 149 ii 9, Hinke Kudurru v 3 (Nbk. I), MDP 6 pl. 11 ii 14, ibid. p. 45 v 20, BBSt. No. 3 v 41 (all MB kudurrus), and passim; as personal name: Sakum ARM 14 19:7, also UCP 10 179ff. No. 108:9, 109:2, UET 5 94 r. 15, for other refs. see Ranke PN 140b.
and 8, cf. HSS 14 520:3,

§a

also 1 ZAG-<ku>

siparri HSS 15 3:36 (all Nuzi); 8 sakan-ni 'a kaspi TA libbi igdrate uttassihu (the thieves) removed eight s.-s made of silver from the walls ABL 493 r. 6; exceptionally of clay: I fastened on top of the gates DUG qumdadtu DUG sa-ak-ki (for context see qumdSu) Andrae Festungswerke 166:13 (A99ur-dan II).

b) obscure(?) (in the name of a scribal compilation): hitdku mihisti abni 8a lam abubi 8a kakku sa-ak-ku ballu I have examined the inscriptions on stone (dating) from before the flood, of the complex kakku sakku (composition) Streck
Asb. 256 i 18, coll. Bauer Asb. 2 p. 84f. n. 3; the

The EA and Nuzi refs. may represent a word zakku, different from that in the NA refs. °sakku B s.; (part of the body of an animal); Nuzi.* 1 qarnu 8a ha-i-gal-la-at-hete-[§a-Su 8a 8]inni u ga GIg iS~ u za-aq-qa-'u x te-e[ii] hurdsi one rhyton (in the shape) of an ajigalluhu(?) animal, its [. . .] made of ivory and uS iwood, and its s. of .... (and?) gold HSS 14 105:24 (= RA 36 165), cf. za-ak-ku 8a te-[el-§i [. . .] ibid. 20. Possibly to be connected with sakku A. sakkf A s. pl. tantum; rites, ritual regulations; SB; Sum. lw.; wr. syll. and
SAG.KI.
sag.me = mesu, sag.ki = sak-ku-u, §u.luh = fu-luh-hu Erimhus VI 9ff.; ki.sag.ki = MIN (= a-Sar) sak-ke-e Izi C iii 12.

comb and the mirror which are in her hand
ZA 6 242:12, cf. kakku kakku sak-ku S sak-ku §A BM 37055:5, for context see kanku adj. usage d; 1 3 kak-ku sak-ku one (set of

wax tablets comprising) three (boards)
of the.. . . composition ADD 943(+)944 i 16', see Parpola, JNES 42 22.

sakku A (zakku) s.; (mng. uncert.); EA, Nuzi, NA; pl. (?) sa-kan-nu ABL 493 r. 6. a) as part of a lock: 2 sikkuru siparri 30 za-ag-gi siparritwo bronze door bolts,
thirty bronze s.-s
EA 22 iv 23 (list of gifts

of Tugratta); bitati ina libbi GN qadu [daz lati]8unu u GI§ za-ak-ki-8u-[nul u sakkulliSunu (text GIS.KU.KUL- rul-nu) houses in Nuzi with their doors, their s.-s, and their door bolts JEN 588:5, cf. bitati ,dSu qadu daldtifunu GI§ si-ku-ri-§u-nu u
za(text a) -ak-ki-u-nu JEN 272:9 (both Nuzi).

sag.ki.bi gal.gal.la.bi.6 a.ba ib.ta.an.
g a. g : ana sak-ke-e(var. omits -e) -ti rabbHtu mannu i'irri who dares oppose his great ordi-

nances?

Lugale I 44;

ga.bi : hamim sak-ke-e u tereti he who controls the rules and the ordinances StOr 1 32:3 (Adadapla-iddina). sak-ku-u = rpdrl-su Malku II 265; sak-ku-u

lfil 4 .ra sag.ki ag. ur

b) other occs.: 10 za-ag-ge-e 8a hurdsi iltu KU§ iSpatti halqu ten s.-s of gold have been lost from the quivers HSS 15
2:7 (= RA 36 192), cf. 1 za-ak-ku 8a kaspi

par-si Lambert BWL 38 comm. to line 24 (Ludlul II
Comm.).

a... sak-kua) pertaining to gods: 8u relt alkakdtulu nakla (see naklu

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sakkai B usage b) Hinke Kudurru i 19 (Nbk. I); mute'i

sakkuttu A sakkukitu see *sukkukitu. sakkugakf s.; Chagar Bazar.* (a type of offering?);

sd-ak-ke-e §a ildni rab2ti andku I am one who ever seeks (to observe) the divine rules of the great gods VAB 4 60 i 21,
66 i 16 (Nabopolassar), cf. ina SAG.KI U raSub=

(bread and beer) sd-ak-ku-Ja-ku-u Sa batim (see sandqu A mng. 12a-1') UET 1 itti DINGIR.ME§ illaku (beside Sugunil Sa 146 ii 6 (Hammurapi); parakku zdnin sak-ke-eDINGIR.MEs) Loretz Chagar Bazar 43:8 and i (var. sa-ki-Su) (name of a chapel in 46:8, also Iraq 7 54 A.971 r. 2 (translit. only). Babylon) Iraq 36 42:32; suhhd usurtalu §uprisa sak-ke-e-u confuse its ground plan (that of Esagil), put a stop to its rites sakkuttu A (sankuttu) s.; remainder(?), wr. portion(?); OB, Mari; Sum. lw.; MVAG 21 86:14 (Kedorlaomer text), for ibid. syll. and SAG.KUD. tesliti taimat niq sak90 r. 29, see sag A;

ku-u-a to me prayer was the proper attitude, sacrifice was my rule of conduct
Lambert BWL 38:24 (Ludlul II), for comm., see lex.

[lItum] SAG.KUD MU.X cattle remaining for the year x (listed after situ "expenditures" and miqittu "animals that died")
JCS 2 80 No. 9:5, also (of barley) ibid. 94 No.

section; ,uluhhs sak-ke-e u sattakki [...]
Craig ABRT 1 30:44, sak-ke-e LUH [. . .] (in broken context) Bauer Asb. 2 40 K.2822:4.

b) pertaining to kings: mulaklilat pil, lud 'a ili muldtirat sak-ke-e §arrutu ana ahrdt umi Lambert BWL 267:4 (bil. proverbs,
Sum. broken); le'uparasanitu Suluhhe elluti

sak-ke-e garritu a tablet concerning the divine rites, the pure ritual ablutions, the ritual regulations concerning the king
RAcc. 65:44, see Hunger Kolophone No. 107:2, cf. KAR 44:5.
In TJDB (= Szlechter Tablettes) 12:30 read silluSa ina igdrim za-aq-pa-at (see sill1 A mng. 2a), see Kraus, BiOr 16 122b. Thureau-Dangin, RA 11 142 n. 5; von Soden,

ZA 45 78 n. 3.

sakkaf B SB.*

(or Sakku)

s.;

(mng. unkn.);

22:1 and 95 No. 23:1; x barley ana PN eribma amtadadu SAG.KUD ina kunukkigu .aknukma uStdbilam I measured out as compensation to PN and the remainder(?) I sent on to you under his seal VAS 16 187:6; as for the eleven gur of barley subbitma . . . ana sa-kuGf.KUM ana ut-ti se'im Sa iddinuni [GU].KUM sumhir obtain(?) .... instead of(?) the barley, for the rest(?) have them accept the .... of the barley that they gave me CT 2 29:25, cf. sa-an-ku-ut-ti E .GI9.I ina quppim kun= kamma Sebilam VAS 16 57:38: 5 GI.GUR. [al sa-an-ku-ut-ti asirtim [ina] ku= MES r nukkt SA.TAM.E.NE aknukamma I have sealed with the seals of the satammu officials five large reed baskets of what remains from(?) the asirtu offering TCL

S

sak-ki-i (among stars 6 kakkabdni near the constellation Hercules) AfO 4 75
r. 13.

t

18

119:21;

ina 4

MA.NA

KU.GI

8a ...

sakkfi C (sakkiu, or Sakku, sakkiu) s.; (a type of headgear); syn. list*; Sum. lw.(?).
sak-ku-u (var. sak-ki-u) = ku-ub-§u An VII 247.

sakkfi see sagi A. sakkuku see sukkuku.

beli uSdbilam immariqma 4 GfN K.GI .. . ahune elt[e] qqema [aSS]um sak-ku-ut-tim amdrim askirguma ina4 GfN K~.G[I] I GfN .anumma sa-an-ku-ut10 SE KU.GI imti... ti hurdsim sa eskiru inakunukkija aknukma anaser belijauSdbilam from the four minas of gold that my lord sent me, since some became damaged(?), I took four shekels of gold in separate batches and when I .. . .- ed it in order to check on the s., of the four shekels of gold, one-half shekel and ten grains of gold was missing, now I have

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sakkuttu B

saklu
u [.. .] let the tablets of my sins be broken, let my evil deeds be removed, my acts of ignorance (?) and [. . .] BBR No.
26 iii 7.

sealed with my seal the s. of the gold
that I had . . . .-ed and sent it to my lord ARMT 13 6:10 and 18; let them be

very careful about that garment TUTG S,
a-na sa-a[k]-k[u]-ut-tim sa matim kalida issakkan Iraq 39 150:53.
In YOS 2 11:17, read Sa-am-[ni-ik], see Stol, AbB 9 No. 11.

saklu s.; simpleton, simple person; from OA(?), OB on; cf. saklu adj.
i-dim BAD = sak-lu Ea II 119, A II/3 Section E 8, S b I 61a; [i-di]m IDIM // sak-ku / suk-ku-ku // ekdu // sa[k-lu // ... ] A III/3 Comm. B r. 24; IDIM = [s]d-ak-lum MSL 14 534 No. 23 iii 4 (Proto-Aa); IDIM d-ak(text -as)-lu Proto-Izi I 167b; [(liu)] idim = [sa-a]k-lu (preceded by [sak]ku, nd'u) MSL 12 143 ND 4373 v 5'; lii.erim.du = sd-ak-lum (preceded by raggu, ajdbu) OB Lu A 43; g6.erim. da = [sa-ak-lu(?)] Nabnitu XXII 151; [lf]. umu (TOG) .nu.tu[ku] = [dun-na]-mu-i = sa-[aklu] Hg. B VI 131, in MSL 12 225; gu-za-lu, [sa]ak-ku, [nu-']-u, [sa-ak] -lu (in one group, Sum. broken) Antagal K ii 24ff. ha-lik-ku= suk-ku-ku, ha-[s] ik-ku= sak-lu Malku "IV 12f.

sakkuttu B s.; reed pipe; lex.*; Sum.
lw.
gi.gal, gi.ir, gi.6r.Ag, gi.sag.kud, [gi.x]. gi = [s]a-ak-kut-tum (vars. tak-ku-us-su, tdk-ku-su) Hh. VIII 64ff.

Var. of takkussu, q.v., by metathesis. saklalu adj.; (mng. uncert.); OB; Sum. lw.(?).
sig 4 (var. sig).lal = sak-la-[lu] jahud ) Erimhug IV 118. (followed by

suluppila tanaddiSSum awilum sa-ak-la-

is-hap-pu / sak-lu Lambert BWL 83 comm. to
line 222 (Theodicy Comm.).

al you must not give him any dates, the
man is s. Boyer Contribution 108:14 (OB let.).

Possibly loan from Sum. sig(4).lal. saklu (fem. sakiltu) adj.; barbarous; SB; cf. saklu s. a) said of li~dnu "tongue, speech":
lisanu sa-kil-tzi mata ibe[l] a barbarous tongue will rule the land LBAT 1526:17, also, wr. sa-kil-ti/tu ACh Sin 4:20, Supp. 2 18:17; sak-la-a-tiSa lidanaddbibiu sal[ipti]

a) in gen.: a ... kudurri eqli §udtu ina surti mala baSl L sa-ak-la sakka la mudd u'aqqaru whoever (for fear of the curses), (or) by whatever subterfuge, gets a simpleton, a halfwit, or an ignorant man to destroy the boundary stone of this
field
BBSt. No. 3 v 41 (Meligipak), cf. ibid.

those with a foolish tongue, who speak
treacherous words
(hymn to 8amag).

Lambert BWL 136:167

b)

said of persons: who defeated his

[. . .]-gi-du-nu sa-ak-luenemies and te(var. -ti) ana Sep IStar beltiSu uSekniS made their barbarous(?) [...]-s bow at the feet of his lady, Itar Borger Einleitung 49:5 (Shalm. I); (I, RN) ar GutiUN.ME

No. 5 iii 1I, cf. Sa nard ... sagga sakka saak-la samd nd'a ... uSaa RA 66 166:34, 173:66, cf. also AfO 23 2 ii 8, BBSt. No. 9 v 4, Hinke Kudurru v 2, MDP 6 pl. 10 iv 26, VAS 1 37 v 26, 57 iii 9, wr. sak-lam BBSt. No. 4 iii 6, and passim in MB and NB kudurrus listed with sakku, sukkuku, sami, ishappu, n2'u, la mud2d, IGI. NU.TUK, etc.; PN ... sa-ak-lu (in broken context) PBS 1/2 62:36 (MB let.); u ana ajdi ERfN.ME [9] sd-ak-lu-ti tuebila Ugaritica 7 pl. 25f. RS 34.113:22; ina bit iii ata:

mardunu gabbu sa-ak-lu-te unu memeni issu libbi qinnate §a Ninua labirite lalu

sak-la-a-ti

king of the Gutians, a bar-

barous people 5R 33 i 39 (Agum-kakrime).

I looked them over in the temple - they are all simple men, none belong to the old families of Nineveh ABL 1103: 6 (NA);
6umma pan Sarri belija mahir ki Sa ina panitiLIj sa-ak-lu ana6atammti lupaqidi

c) other occ.: lu hep tuppi arni[ja . .. ] lemnetua lu parsa [. . .] sak-la-tu--a

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sakpu A if it please the king, my lord, as before, let a simple man be appointed to the office of 'atammu ABL 437 r. 15 (NA). b) as personal name: Sa-ak-lu ADD 61 r. 8, 56 r. 60 (NA); possibly the OA names Sd-ak-li-a BIN 6 57:5 f., Jankowska KTK 62:1; Sd-ak-li-a CCT 5 29b:5, Sd-ak-li-a OIP 27 56:55, Sd-ak-ld-nim ibid. 60, are hypocoristic forms of this word; the OAkk. names Sd-ak-li-li, etc., cited MAD 3 238, and the OB name Sd-ak-li-a BIN 7 155:4 = 156:4, are obscure.
In AMT 41,1:43 read 6aqlu.

sakra sakru (sakeru, sagiru) adj.; refined (qualifying gold); MA, NA; sagiru TCL 3 372; cf. sekeru B.
sak-ru (var. sa-ke-e-ru)= hurdsu LTBA 2 2:281,

dupl. 4 iv 12.

a) in gen.: 2 GfN hurdsu damqu saak-ru half a shekel of good quality, s. gold KAJ 48:1 (MA), cf. 1 GfN KTT.GI saak-ru LB 2532:1 (MA), see Hallo, Symbolae Bohl

Landsberger Brief p. 61 n. 114.

sakpu A (sakbu) adj.; rejected; SB; cf. sakdpu A.
16i.dingir.gur.ra = sd-ak-ba i-li rejected by a god, li.dingir.zag.tag.ga = la ilum is-ki-pu-§u whom a god rejected, l6i.zag. KIN. a = sd-ak-fpul OB Lu A 379ff.; [li.dingir.g]ur.ra = sd-ak-paam i-lim, [li.za]g.tag.ga, [li.z]ag.KIN = sd-

ak-pu OB Lu C5 8ff.

[na-ad]-ru gap-~i sa-ak-pa DING[IR
... ] la adiru Saggi[u ... ] No. 3. STT 253:4,
restored from parallel Archaeologia 79 118 (pl. 41)

180; 48 MA.NA hurdsu ... 16 MA.NA sakru ... 30 MA.NA Saniu 48 minas gold, 16 minas s., thirty minas (refined?) a second time(?) ADD 676:7 (NA), cf. ibid. r. 10, cf. 3 Go.UN hurdsu sak-ru 4 GOt.UN la sak-ru ABL 114:18f.; aptema ekalla bit nisirtiSu 11 Gt.UN hurdsu sak-ru ... aSlu lam I opened his palace, his treasury, and as booty I took away eleven talents of s. gold Winckler Sar. pl. 27 No. 58:15; °note: 1 [.. .] qarni lelaldte alkutti babd niu§a 2 GO.UN hurdsu sa-gi-ruina uqulti §apku one [... with?] horns .... , from the bar(?) of his gates, that were cast from two talents of s. gold (booty from the temple of Haldia) TCL 3 372 (Sar.); uncert., possibly referring to a quality of
iron: 3 Gj.UN AN.BAR ZAG-ru ABL 566 r. 1.

*sakpu B (zakpu) adj.; asleep, sleeping; SB; cf. sakdpu B. li.ki.gar.dug 4 .ga.am igi.ri igi. gal.de(?) : tu-kul za-ak-pi biit uzni eri (SamaS) the protection of the one who is asleep, the object of attention of the one who is awake UVB 15 36:8, cf. p. 39, dupl. BA 10 1 82 No. 8:13. sakpu s.; (mng. uncert.); OB, SB. If a man is taken prisoner ina harran Sehtim u sa-ak-pi-im on an expedition of razzia or s. Goetze LE § 29 A ii 39 and B ii 3; La rikib GI§.MA(?) sa-ak-pu ibd' ndra the boat crew, the s., patrolled the river Iraq
27 6 (= CT 46 45) iv 15 (NB lit.).

b) in the penalty clause of NA contracts: 10 MA.NA sarpu masiu 1 MA.NA hurdsu sak-ru ana ASur iddan he will pay to A99ur ten minas of refined silver and one mina of s. gold VAS 1 94:19, cf., wr. sak-rum ibid. 86:21 and 89:18, cf. also, wr. sa-ak-ru Tell Halaf 106:17, ADD 722:7, wr. sak-ru TCL 9 58:14, PSBA 30 138:21,
Iraq 15 (pl. 12) ND 3426:16, Postgate Palace Archive 6:11, and passim in ADD.

For NB refs. see sagiru.
Ungnad, Or. NS 4 299.

sakru see sekru A. sakrfi (or sagr, saqr) OB.* s.; (mng. unkn.);

The refs. possibly belong with sagbi2. 81

il.l du5.1& sag.fL.1 h6.ba.l hi. hi dInanna za.kam : muld mulpali saak-ri-i 4 ma-ti 9utdbulum k'mma IStar it

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sakruma is in your power, 0 Itar, to interchange high and low areas, to increase(?) and to diminish(?) Sumer 13 77 (= TIM 9 22):9f.,
see Sjoberg, ZA 65 192:141.

saku
(after his successful conduct of war) BBSt.
No. 8 p. 49 addition col. A 4; PN LJ sak-rumaS(wr. over erased ) mdSin-e-me PN

The Akk. version is corrupt; since s a g. fl. h6.ba.1& is not the equivalent of seri u bamdti, the emendation of ma-ti to <ba>-ma-ti proposed by Sjoberg is not likely to be correct. The interpretation is based on the expected h6.diri h6.ba. 1 , i.e., atdru+ mati, see mat v. mng. lb. Possibly sa-ak-ri-iis a loan from sag. fL, i.e., sag . gfu ru, in spite of the complement 1 after fL.

1

the s. of GN (first witness) Hinke Kudurru v 9 (Nbk. I), cf. PN Lt sak-ru-mac Sa mdtdti BBSt. No. 8 i 30; PN ] LO-dSin-ma-gir PN2 LO sak-ru-ma (first two witnesses) BM 38124:41, cf. PN Lj [s]ak-ru-mag GAR (or
Ad) KUR Ni. 1528:13 (both courtesy J. A. Brinkman); PN sak-ru-maS A.AB.BA PN, 8. of the

sea (land) (second witness) ii 15.

BBSt. No. 27

sakruma s.; (a military title); MB, early NB, Bogh., SB; Kassite word; pl. sa: krumadtu. a) in MB, early NB - 1' referring to individuals: rations issued to PN u sakru-[maA] 8a PN2 PBS 2/2 133:26; rations to sak-ru-mal Sar[ri] BE 15 154:41; beli ana sak-ru-mag liqbi 2 GIS.GIGIR ana girri Sa beli iqabb lillik my lord should give orders to the s. to go with two chariots on the campaign about which my lord gives orders BE'17 33a:28 (let.); 1 MA.NA ZAG.SA ana ha-bad Sa narkabti... [L]O(?) sak-ru-ma imhur (see habad) BE 15 13:5 (all MB); §a PN sak-ru-maS (inscribed on a bronze arrowhead from Luristan) Iranica Antiqua 2 161 No. 20; as "family name" or title in lists of witnesses: ina GUB.BA sa PN mar m Lj sak-ru-maS idkin temi 'a matati BBSt. No. 8 ii 6; PN sak-ru-ma (preceded by sakin URU Isin, sa resi, followed by sukkallu, 'dkin temi, etc.) ZA 65 54:21; PN mar PN2 Ltj sak-ru-maS (preceded by ,akin Isin, 8a reWi, followed by sukkallu, Sdkin temi) BBSt. No. 25 r. 30,
cf. ibid. No. 9 top 17, iv a 36, No. 29 ii 12, VAS

2' referring to groups of sakruma's: 32 ... sak-ru-ma-'d-tum 32 s.-s (receive as rations, listed with ahlama and kaMS PBS 2/2 ERfN.HI.A KA, gate personnel) 56:2, also 36 sak-ru-mad-a-tum TuM NF 5
11:2, see Petschow MB Rechtsurkunden No. 15;

kurummat L
AfK 2 61:7.

sak-ru-ma.ME ,'a 16

mi

b) in Bogh.: u andku attadin 1-en Lj sd-ak-ru-ma-[aS ana aldki itti] PN I ordered a s. to go with PN (and the s. went to RN, the ruler of Amurru, with my messenger PN, and gave him (RN) all the medications he had taken along) KUB 3 51
r. 3 (let. of Ramses III to Hattuiili), see Edel Agyptische Arzte 76, cf. (in broken context) Bo. 230/e 3, cited Balkan Kassit. Stud. 138.

c) in SB: La sak-ru-magsa-lam dNergal (obscure, in list of sa-lam ildni rab'ti)
CT 24 50 BM 47406 r. 3. Balkan Kassit. Stud. 137f.; Brinkman PKB 305ff.

saku (zdku, sudku) v.; 1. to pound, crush, 2. II (uncert. mngs.); from OB on; I isdk (Ass. isuak), II; wr. syll. (mostly ta-sdk, note ta-PAsa-ka RA 53 11:41, ta-Sd-ak KUB 37 43 iv 6) and soD; cf. mazuktu, siktu, siku A adj. and s.
[. . .].SOD = sa-ku Id suv-xl CT 14 2 K.13615:3' (unplaced Erimhus fragment).
AIM

1 57 ii 7, also Babylon 56919, cited Unger Babylon p. 74; a field adjoining PN sak-ru-maS. ME§ (the field of) PN <and PN2 (?)>, the s.-s BBSt. No. 11 1 i 5; note with geogr. identification: grant of land to PN Lt§ sak-ru-ma Sa Bit-m A-da PN the s. of GN

GUD UD.A STD // DI§ ga-bi-du al-pi tu-ub-

bal ta-sa-ku JNES 33 336:8f. (med. comm.).

1. to pound, crush - a) to pound hard substances, often specifying a mortar: a.

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saku
4 ursi SaD you pound nuhurtu and cumin in a mortar CT 23 50:17, cf. SIM.LI ... <ina> ursi (wr.

sku b) to pound medicinal plants and aromatics: 4 J.HI.A ann'ti i teni S-TD you pound these plants together (i.e., in equal
amounts?) AMT 84,4 iii 7, also 16 ,amme annfti tubbal StJD ibid. 5, also AMT 62,3:10, wr. ta-za-ak ibid. 14, Kocher BAM 241 iii 4;

NU.LUH.HA tj zi-ba-a ina NA

NA 4 .NA.ZAG.HI.LI)

SfJD

Jastrow, Transac-

tions of the College of Physicians in Philadelphia 1913 p. 399:34, parallels CT 23 38 iv 27, Kocher BAM 3 iii 44, also MUN ina NA.ZAG.HI.LI
SOD AMT 14,8:7, cf. also Kocher BAM 240:42, ina NA 4 .NA (= abnu el'?) S1JD AMT 91,5:4;

ina ir-ri abari s1JD you pound (the ingredients) in a lead mortar AMT 16,1:4, wr. ta-sa-a-ak ibid. 45 r.(!) i 9, cf. ibid. obv.(!) but note [ina] itqurti abari sJD AMT i 3, 49:5, 55 iii 12, ta-sd-a-ak ibid. 19; 27 12,8:13 (= Kocher BAM 510 i 15), and DfLIM §amme annti [... tu] amsa tet&n taahhal abdri ta-zdk AMT 8,1 i 10 (= Kocher BAM 513), see also usage c; surranitu ta-sdk talannimastD these 27 medications you ina Sikari relti ilatti you pound surrdnitu grind in equal amounts, you sift (them), you pound them again AMT 83,1:9 (= Kocher stone, she drinks it in first-quality beer Kicher BAM 237 i 40; LA suq erbetti zaqipta BAM 555 ii 9); binu mataklal libbi gisimmari soiD you pound an upright-standing sherd tubbal tahaa4al tanappi kcukru burdu tafrom the crossroads CT 23 42:19; hasab sdkc iteni tuballalina zfD.GIG u tarabbak tasammissuma iballut you dry, pel lurmi stD you pound a piece of crush, and sift tamarisk, matakal plant, ostrich egg shell Kiichler Beitr. pl. 19 iv 13; and "heart" of date palm, you pound NE t alam& ta-sdk itqa talammi LA.SAR saD itqa talammi [pell lurmi s(TD itqa ta= kukru and juniper, mix it together, steep lammi you pound carbonized alamzi plant it in wheat flour (mixed into) foam (of and wrap it in a wad of wool, you pound beer?), you bandage him, and he will get well BE 31 56:28 (= Kocher BAM 398, MB), a porous potsherd and wrap it in a wad wr. S-D Kocher BAM 394:12 (MB); t imhurof wool, you pound an ostrich egg and lim : T nisik seri za-ku ina 1.Gig wrap it in a wad of wool Kocher BAM imhur-lim: a plant for snakebite, to 237 iv 23f., and passim in this text, cf. Kiichler pound, to smear on in oil Kocher PflanBeitr. pl. 19 iv 20; aban suluppi ta-sdk AMT zenkunde 1 v 26, and passim in col. v, also 73,1 ii 6, hasab nurmi tubbal SOD you STT 92 ii 31, Kocher BAM 2 r. 6, also Kocher dry and crush a pomegranate rind AMT 74 iii 16, also ibid. ii 21, gulgul ameluti turrar BAM 1 i 40, and passim, wr. stD, in this text; stJD you char and pound a human skull ana bullutiSu nikipti turrar tur kukru AMT 103:18, idqillata turrar sJD you char burdu ninu azupirdnu arqussuma stD ina Saman baluhhi tuballal taptanalgas: and pound a shell Kocher BAM 240:30, suma iballut to cure him (the baby) you also (animal bones) ibid. 152 i 6, (stag horn) char nikiptu, you pound fresh turn (etc.), AMT 75 iii 28; hallulaja tubbal ta-sdk Kocher BAM 396 iii 12, cf. zuqaqipa tubbal ta-sdk you mix (it) with oil of galbanum, you rub (the baby) with it several times, and he ibid. iv 13, and passim in this text; zer matakal will get well Labat TDP 222:43, cf. ibid. 39, zer l.SIKIL ta-sdk AMT 74 iii 8, cf. (sahlA also fT.KUR.RA arqussu ta-sdk LKA 102 and SE.SA.A roast grain) Kiichler Beitr. pl. 6 i 10, r. 18, arqussu SOD AMT 14,3:7, and passim; (salt) AMT 18,10:6, Kiichler Beitr. pl. 1 i 31 and madmdiu nikipta zikar u sinni i-su-ak-ma passim, (alum) AMT 25,6 ii 10; (various stones and kcardn Ielebi) tubbal ta(!)-sdk LKA 9 itti diSpi himeti uballal ippalSa§ the exorcist pounds "male" and "female" nikiptu r. i 10, NA 4 DIt.A.BI GAZ SOJD all (these) plant, mixes it with honey and ghee, and stones you crush and pound AMT 102 i 35.

0 imhur-lim (t imhur-adnan f ttarmud iltenig ta-Sd-ak ana libbi Saman durmeni tanaddi you pound together imhur-lim, plant and put it imhur-acnan, (and) .... into cypress oil KUB 37 43 iv 6, dupl.,

'urSummi

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anoints himself BBR No. 26 i 24, also ibid. ii 7 (NA), of. murra... [. . .] LAL i tu ahdig ta-su-ak you pound together myrrh, (other plants, and) honey Ebeling Parfiimrez.
p. 42 VAT 9659 i 29, cf. ibid. 31, also (in broken context) p. 26 VAT 8711 ii 21 (MA).

s&ku daub his eyes AMT 19,6 iv 11, cf. ina iSdti tugabsal ina l.GI u GAB.LAL.UD SfTD ibid. 8, also GAZ ina himeti SOD you crush (various aromatics), pound (them mixed)
in ghee
Kocher BAM 152 ii 9, and passim;

note ina .UDUsa-a-ki ta-sdk AMT 23,10:6
(=Kocher BAM 343 i 51), also KUB 37 2 r. 22,

c) referring to non-solids or to solids mixed in fats or liquids: ze maldhim ina hilsim ta-sa-ak-ma Kocher BAM 393:9 (OB), wr. ta-za-ak-ma ibid. r. 8; iteni' SJD ina

Suhtu ina9A

L.UDU

sa-a-ki x xstiD Kocher

BAM 515 iii 13,

[. . .]

1.UDU sa-a-ki ibid.

§amni tapala

NUMUN T.KI.dlM KAS.§J.SA

SIG 5.GA ina ursi stD ina KA9.LJ.DIN.NA tarabbak tasammid you pound together (various plants), rub it on with oil, you pound in a mortar qutru seed, fine billatu, you steep it in beer from the tavern keeper, you bandage (him with it) CT 23 41:13f.; ina ursi StJD ina 1 SILA KAS. DAN.NA ta-PA (= tahdt) ina Ser[i . .. ] tukassa ta-PA tahittu annitu ina ITI 5-Su 3 ur .tu x [. .. ] .KUR.RA ina 5 stLA GA tahittu annitu [. .. ] ta-PA you pound (aromatics) in a mortar, you weigh out in one sila of beer from the tavern keeper(?) (for KA .DIN.NA?), in the morning [. . .] you cool it, this dose five times per month .... nini plant in five silas of milk, this dose [.. .] you weigh out AMT

216:39; turrar GAZ ina himeti SIG5 -te tasdk AMT 12,8:9; sahl inaA StjD you pound cress (mixed) in water AMT 78,1 iii 17, also AMT 49,5:3, cf. ina m& birti §a bit Marduk SJTD AMT 76,5:5, ina me burti
st D AMT 28,7:7, ina ,izbi stJD AMT

§d

15,6:11, ina dilpi stD AMT 2,1:8, 16,1:20; ana bulluti tarpasa itti kardni ta-sdk to heal (him) you pound a tarpasumongoose with wine KUB 4 49 iii 5, cf. ina gikari -ta-sdk ina laman gurmeni tuballal AMT 90,1 r. iii 6, ina ,ikari u Sizbi ta-sdk AMT 56,1 r. 8, and passim; binu f .SIKIL [...] tuhassa md&unu ta-PA (for ta-8<sa>hat?) taaqqiuma you chop [the green parts] of tamarisk and .... -plant, you squeeze(?) their juice and give it to him to drink Kbcher BAM 66:23 (MA), parallel arqussu tuhassa mu ana pursiti tasahhat CT 23 26:2, see also huss2 v. 2. II (uncert. mngs.) - a) to bring up, to vomit (?): NAG-~ u-za-ka-ma iparra you give him (the medication) to drink, he will bring it up(?) and vomit K6cher
BAM 3 i 18, cf. NAG-ma i-zak = NAG-ma

40,1 i 63ff. + 84,1 i 3'ff. (= Kicher BAM 579 i 63ff.);

[ina] itqurti abari ina Samni u 'uhti StiD MAR you pound (the ingredients) (mixed) in oil and verdigris in a lead bowl, and daub (his eyes) AMT 11,2:21, cf. ina Suhti himeti stD MAR AMT 13,6:15, also lipd ina guhti StD MAR ibid. 16; asnui2 afi dam ereni ina 1 SIM.GfR stJD ina kakkabi tubdt ina eri balupatdnMAR you pound Telmun dates, a~2 plant, and cedar resin, (mixed) in myrtle oil, let it stand overnight, in the morning before he eats you daub (him) CT23 44K.2611 r. 2, cf. ina1.GI9 igteni
AMT 99,4:7, BAM 3 ii 29, ina

i-par-ri he will drink it and vomit

CT

41 26:32 (Alu Comm., to CT 40 27 Rm. 98:2,

StD

Tablet XXIX), possibly for zak2, as in adi u-zak-ki-u itanatti he drinks it until he vomits(?) AMT 91,5:3, also adi i-za-ku-u AMT 18,6:2 (= Kocher BAM 515 ii 47), both cited zak v. mng. 4c. b) to strain, or the like: Tj anunutu ubbal ihaAlal inappi [. . .] ina gikari iras: san ina kakkabi ugbdt ina Ierti -zak-ma [. . .] he will dry, crush, (and) sift anunutu plant, steep it in beer, let it stand overnight, in the morning he . . .. AMT 85,3:4,

passim; GU ina SOTD LKU 32 r. 2 (Lamatu); ina ildti taqallu ina lipi ilkuri u himti SOD iniu teqqi you roast it, you pound it (mixed) in tallow, wax, and ghee, you

L.GI

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saku cf. ina me tarassan ina [kakkabi tulbdt] ina erti tu-zak balu pa[tdn ... ] Kocher
BAM 208 ii 5, also ibid. 12, also [. . .] tu-zak

salahu A
Ebeling, AGM 13 6 n. 4; G. Meier, ZA 45 214; Labat, RA 42 79ff.

ina kakkabi tubd t balu patdn talaqqilu AMT 64,1:17, (various ingredients) ina me tarassan ina kakkabi tubdat ina Serti tu-zaa-ak balu patan taSaqqiluma (var. i§at= tima) iballut KUB 37 55 iv 22, dupl. (omitting tuzdk) AMT 85,1 ii 4; [. .. tu]-zak NAG (in broken context) AMT 56,4:2; j namruqqa stD ina m& iatti aban gabi SfD ana me tanaddi tu-zak NAG you pound namruqqu

sakullu see sugullu. salahu A (Salahu) v.; 1. to sprinkle, to moisten, wet, saturate, Suluhha salahu to pour water for ritual hand washing, 2. to spatter (with venom, saliva, blood, urine), 3. (in the stative) to be wet, spattered with, covered with, 4. to slake lime, 5. sulluhu (same mngs. as mngs. 1 and 3), 6. IV to be sprinkled; OB, Bogh., SB,
NB; I isluh - isallah - salih, imp. suluh, II, IV; wr. syll. and SUD (SAR KAR
60:14, cited mng. lb-2'); cf. maslahtu, masz

plant, he drinks it in water, you pound
alum, put it into water, you .... , he drinks it Kiichler Beitr. pl. 18 iii 11 (= Kocher
BAM 578), cf. 5 AE KU.KU AN.ZAH ina

gikari tanaddi ina kakkabi tulbdt tu-zak

lahu, musallihtu, salahu A in §a salahi,

NAG

you put five grains of powdered

salhu adj., sdlihu, sulluhu.
sud.sud = za-ra-qu, suR(text Mtn) = za-na(var. -a)-nu, sud.sud = sa-la-hu Erimhus IV 218ff.; [...] = x-la-hu me-e 5R 16 iv 20 (group voc., coll.); [za-al] [NI] = [fd UB].NI [sa-la-hu 'd KI] A II/1 iii 20' with comm. sa-la-hu sd KI / U[B /] [x]-hu-ri A [//] se-ke-rum f[D] A II/1 Comm. B r. 7; te-e TE = sa-la-hu (mistake for sahdlu) A VIII/1:195; la-ah UD = sd SA.UD sa-l[a-hu] A III/3:96. [su-ud] SUD = su-ul-lu-h[u] CT 12 30 BM 38179:4 (text similar to Idu). a 9u.na bi.in.sud : m is-lu-uh-Su he sprinkled him with water (Sum. adds: of his hand) (before taking the oath) Ai. VI i 44, cf. id.da a.ra 2 pi.da a.ra 3 a.ta in.sud.e : ina n[ari 2 -,u] ina b[uri3 -4u] ina mi i-[sal-lah-4u] ibid. iii 15; [a.bi lu].Ux(GIGAL) .lu dumu dingir.ra.na u. me.ni.sud : me Juniti amelu mar ililu su-lu-uhma (var. su-luh-ma) sprinkle the man, the son of his god, with that water CT 17 26:69f.; A kadra a.§e 4 .de sud.a(var. adds .ni) : libbi kadr me kasite ina sa-la-hi-A (var. is-luh) (see kadrd lex. section) Angim IV 40 (= 191); a dEn. ki.kex(KID) 16.tu.ra sud.sud.da.mu.de : me Ea marsu ina sa-la-hi-ia CT 16 5:185f.; li. ra sud.sud : imtu amelu i-sal-[lah] (the demon) spatters the man with venom CT 16 23:339 and 341, cf. ibid. 24 i 6f. and CT 17 12:2. a.bi 1l.ux.lu A.mu.e.ni.sum : amelu u-luhma sprinkle(?) the man CT 17 31:37; a u.mu. us su.um.ta : me si-ul-ha-am OBGT XIX 5, in MSL 5 196.

frit into beer, let it stand overnight, you . . . ., he drinks it ibid. 13, [... ina ti= nu] ri tesekkir A.ME Aunuti tu-zak tukassa NAG-ma inael you heat (various roots) in an oven, these juices you .... , you cool, he drinks it and will get well ibid. 16, cf. 15 grains of frit ina ikari tar-suD (= tarassan?) tu-zak-ka Samna halsa ana libbi tanaddi (he drinks it on an empty
stomach) ibid. iv 39, also (alum and qitmu) ibid. 38; tusabba'iuma tu-za-ak (see saba'u) AMT 49,4 r. 6 and dupl. Kocher BAM 39:6.

§d

§d

§d

The refs. cited mng. la indicate that sdku means "to crush" or "to pound"; the operation is often done in a mortar or a lead bowl. Other references are ambiguous, and the references cited mng. Ic might seem to contradict this interpretation, since they specify using oil, water, or other fats or liquids. It is here assumed that these expressions are a sort of abbreviation for "you crush x and mix (the resulting powder) into oil, water, etc." Similar expressions also occur with other
verbs meaning "to crush," cf. Summa ina GE TIN.SUR.RA t umma ina Sikari u Jamni
halsi GAZ NAG.MES [...] KAR 193:11.

Ah

1.GI~ u KA§ SUD- U : 1.GI§ U KAS

ta-sal-ld[h-u]

CT 41 26:33 (Alu Comm., to CT 40 27 Rm. 98:4).

The form i-zI-ka Pettinato Olwahrsagung 66:60 is obscure.

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salahu A ritual hand washing - a) to sprinkle water for purification or apotropaic purposes: m& telilti li-is-lu-ha liballia [sik k]ata may they (the daughters of Anu) sprinkle purifying water and extinguish the sikkatu disease (etc.) JCS 9 9 B:18 (OB), cf. me Idiglat u Pura[tti .. .] li-islu-ha liballd sikkatu ibid. 11 D:16 (= AMT 26,1:16); me elluti ta-sal-ldh you sprinkle pure water RAcc. 34:7, cf. qaqqara SUD (for SAR) me elluti SUD ibid. 38 r. 20, qaqqara taAabbit m& elluti SUD KAR 25:21, and passim, ura talabbit me elluti SUD
STC 2 pl. 84:107, also 4R 25 ii 31, BMS 30 r. 21, 31:8, KAR 25 iii 13, STT 73:67, and passim in

salahu A me baldti is-luh-li-ma (var. is-lu-'-gi-ma, see sala'u C) sprinkle Itar with the water of life - he sprinkled Itar with the water of life CT 15 47 r. 34 and 38 (Descent of
IMtar), vars. from KAR 1 r. 30 and 34.

rits., but ura talabbit ta-Sd-lah m& elluti tanaddi Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 510:5; me burdSi elluti SUD KAR 73:7, Kocher BAM 168:36; you mix thornbush seeds with the urine of an unmated ewe 7-§u u 7-Su ina mu[hhi dalti] u uppi akutti ta(text TAG) -sal-lah-ma and sprinkle it seven and seven times over the door and the handle of the door wedge Or. NS 40 138:11. b) to sprinkle a place, a person, etc., for purification or apotropaic purposes 1' with water: me-e i-sa-la-hu-hum-ma Surinni gama. . . inassah they sprinkle him with water, he removes the emblem of Sama§ (and takes the oath) VAS 8 71:2 (OB leg.), and see Ai. VI i 44, in lex. section; upon entering the cella of Nabs ina nignakki gizill egubbe bita ihdpma papdhi me burti Idiglat u burti Puratti isal-ldh he purifies the temple with censer, torch, and holy water vessel, he sprinkles the cella with water from a well on the Tigris and a well on the Euphrates RAcc. 140:349, cf. ibid. 342; me egubbi SUD-§U you sprinkle (the sacrificial bull) with water from an egubbf container KAR 60:7, see RAcc. 20; me ta-sa-lah-4i Kocher BAM 237 i 10, [m6] ... s[u-l]u-uh-zi-nu-ti STT 28 iv 43 (Nergal and Ere~kigal), see AnSt 10 120; a-sal-lah libbakunu [. . .] a-sal-lah la'mie kunu Maqlu V 115f.; IStar m& baldti suluh-li-ma (var. su-ul-li-'-Si-ma) . . . IStar

2' with oil, urine, etc.: uSi Sudti iguld aman ruiti kima me ndri lu aslu-uh (see igul2 usage b) OIP 2 138:55 (Senn.); gizillit rab 8a. .. §amna taba salhu u mis pi 8upu8 a large torch that has been sprinkled with fine oil and made the object of the mouth-washing rite RAcc. 119:29; (the bull) dam ereni SAR-ah KAR 60:14, see RAcc. 20, cf. dam ereni SUD-Si RAcc. 4:12; Saman nuni ta-sal-ldh-di-[nu] ti you douse (the figurines) with fish oil (and burn them) KAR 80 r. 16, cf. (the figurine) 1.[KUR].RA L.KU 6 indti ta-salldhKocher BAM 212:44; sippi atammi linateu imitta u gumela i-sal-la-ah-ma (var. ta-sal-ldh) (for context see altammu usage b) CT 39 45:22 (SB Alu). 3' with powders: sikti NA 4 .AD.BAR SUD you sprinkle powder of basalt (on the tampon) Kocher BAM 237 i 39; qaqqassu gassa ta-sal-lahyou sprinkle his (the sick man's) head with gypsum BBR No. 48:14 (bit mesiri); mdmit qa-a-t (var. qa-a-su) sa-la-hu (obscure) urpu III 53. c) to moisten, wet, saturate a dressing: T(JG narba 1 SUD you sprinkle a soft cloth with oil AMT 74 ii 35; dam ereni SUD ana libbiuznedu tagakkanyou moisten (the tampon) with cedar resin and place (it) in his (the sick man's) ears Kocher BAM 3 iv 19, also RA 53 16 r. 24, cf. 1 §iqil me nurmi 1 §iqil me kanakti <ina> itqa SUD Kocher BAM 3 iv 28, also (the wad) dam ereni SUD ina KU§ talappi ina kid[ddi talakkan] AMT 89,1 ii 15, cf. Kocher BAM 311:13, and passim, alldna teppuS ,aman Surmeni SUD (see alldnu A mng. 3) AMT

i

§u

43,1:4, cf. Kiichler Beitr. pl. 15 i 49, and passim,

himeta SUD Kocher BAM 152 iii 6; note with preposition: ina dam ereni SUD AMT 33,1:21, ina md kasi SUD AMT 16,5:1, ina
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salahu A d) Juluhha salahu to pour water for ritual hand washing: Iu-luh-hi ta-sallah(var. -lah) BBR No. 1-20:74 and (with var. tu-sal-lah) 155. e) other occs.: §amna tdba eli kul babe u pilinunu ta-sal-ldh you drizzle fine oil over the ants and their holes KAR 377 r. 38 (Alu namburbi), cf. in well water or river water you mix dust from a boat, clay from a riverine meadow, and dust from an outer gate and ta-sal-1dh ibid. r. 39; A.ESfR la SUD do not douse (this inscription) with bitumen Unger Bel-harranbeli-ussur 25; arammu Sudtu naptu is-luhu-ma iddH i~atu (see arammu mng. 2b-2')
Borger Esarh. 104 ii 4.

salahu A
KUR MAN §j SUD ACh SamaS 16:18 and

17: f.; if a star twinkles and kima §a dama sa-li-ih Bab. 7 234:24f. (SB astrol.); [Summa ig] dr bit ameli §amna sa-l[i-ih] if the wall of a man's house is wet with

oil CT 40 6 K.6715+ :16 (SB Alu), also (with
damn) ibid. 15, dupl. CT 38 16:58; dur innika

marta sa-li-ih KAR 43 r. 9 and 13 (inc.);
KA.HI.LI.St ... kuzbu usage e) (Asb.). §a kuzbu sa-al-hu (see Thompson Esarh. pl. 14 i 53

2. to spatter (with venom, saliva, blood, urine): lumun seri §a amela SUD-[hu] the evil of a snake that spattered a man
Or. NS 36 21:1 (SB namburbi); a ... . kullat

4. to slake lime: put sa-la-hu Sa gas-sa a diddu naSi they are responsible for slaking the lime for .... CT 55 196:7, cf. x 9E.BAR ana L1§.ENGAR.ME Sa gaaz-zi i-sal-la-hu CT 56 491:2; x GIN KO. BABBAR KUR-na a[na] sa(?)-la-hu (text is-hu?-4d) 8d ga-as-su CT 55 437:2 (all NB
econ.).

ndkiri is-lu-hu imat miti who spattered all enemies with deadly venom Lyon Sar. 5:29, for parallels in Sar. and Esarh. see imtu mng. 1; the arrows zt puluh[ti] i-sal-la-hu CT 15 44:13; kalbu §a ... §indtegu amela is-lu-hu a dog who spattered a man with his urine Or. NS 36 2:12 (SB namburbi), cf. [alum kalb]u ann2 'indtelu is-lu-ha-an-ni-ma ibid. 4 r. 8; summa ina Sintiu ramandu is-luh if he spattered himself (in his dream) with his own urine AMT 63,5 iv 3 (= Dream-book 311
K.6267 r. ii 2).

5. sulluhu (same mngs. as mngs. 1 and 3) - a) for ritual purposes: [i . .] : sdku E NA su-lu-hu the [.. .] plant : to crush, to sprinkle the man's house Kocher Pflanzenkunde 1 v 17; u 5 . u.iir.me.a ki de. s i. e (with gloss:) li-sd-all-li-ih let her sprinkle cypress oil TuM NF 3 25 r. 9, coll. Wilcke, AfO 23 86; puhdda tu-sal-ldh you sprinkle the lamb (with cress) BBR No.
1-20:34.

3. (in the stative) to be wet, spattered with, covered with - a) in absolute use: summa G[I§.TUKUL imitti]m sd-li-ih-ma imtanaqqut if the right "weapon-mark" is damp(?) and keeps collapsing YOS 10 46 v 16 (OB ext.); gumma uzndau kima uzun lali sa-al-ha if his ears are damp like the ear of a kid Labat TDP 70:16. b) with the substance specified: sit 8amli damam sa-li-ih (if) the sunrise (looks) sprinkled with blood KUB 4 63 iii 28, 31, and 33 and dupls., nipih 8amli damam

b) for med. purposes: me reM libbilu tu-sa-ldh-ma ina'eS you sprinkle water on his epigastrium and he will recover Kiichler Beitr. pl. 9 ii 50, also pl. 1 i 44; (the tampon?) [dam?] ereni tu-sal-la-ah AMT88,1:5, and see the refs. wr. SUD (to be read tusallah?) mng. Ic; ikara ana muhhi
[q]i(?)-ri tu-sa-ldh Iraq 31 29:16 (MA med.); UD.7.KAM Sindti tu-sal-lah-Su-ma AMT
51,4:6.

c) Suluhha sulluhu to perform a sprinkling: riksa tapattarSuluhha tu-sal-ldh RA
cf. Sikara reStd 65 163:15 (SB namburbi), tanaqqi Suluhha tu-sal-ldh Farber Itar und Dumuzi 129:26, also BBR No. 1-20:99; ina im-

sa-li-ih ibid. 37, see Leibovici, RA 50 18, wr. 87

[. . . s]ul-lu-hu Suluihhja ritual sprinklings are performed with me (the date

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salahu A
palm) in (or: with) [. . .] 160 r. 2 (fable). Lambert BWL

salamahu
14 329:12' (A III/1 Comm. App.); na-ra-tu // sala-hu Hunger Uruk 72 r. 3 (comm. on behavior of sacrificial lamb); ha-mu- = sa-la-huBM 36273:2 (courtesy I. L. Finkel); ra-a-du //sa-la-ha(comm. on Labat TDP 34:23) Hunger Uruk 30:9; i-rad // i-sal-li-ih I ra-a-duI sa-la-a-[hu] ibid. 84:8 (astrol. comm.), cf. ra-a-du = §e-le-hu Shileiko, Comptes rendus de l'Academie des Sciences de I'URSS 1927 196:11 (astrol. comm.).

d) other occs.: Jumma alpu ina bakiu dimdti.u qaqqara u-sal-lih (var. i-sal-laah) (see bak' mng. 4) CT 40 32 r. 16, var.
from 31 K.9014+ :11 (SB Alu); [Summa IS.RI]

imitti dama ui-sal-lih

if the right ....

spouts blood KAR 423 i 11 (SB ext.), (with the left) ibid. 12, also ibid. 14; §umma me su-

ul-lu-uh if it (the foundation?) is covered
with water
CT 38 9:38;

uncert.:

§a m&

su-lu-uh ajanumma (see ajanu mng. Ib) ARM 3 79 r. 8'; ina bitim rap'im [gel-um
su-lu-uh Greengus Ishchali 15:12.

6. IV to be sprinkled: ina KA.A. SIKIL.LA me telilte as-sa-li-ih at the Gate

[Summa piritti(?) qaqq]adilu i-sal-li-ih if the hair of his head trembles (?) (preceded by issanalla' line 100) Labat TDP 30:103, cf. [miq] tu imqussuma i-sal-li-ih KAR 211:17; ,umma igid manzdzi GID.DAma ana imittipaddni e(text Gig)-mid... isal-lih-ma (possibly to be read i-gal-lahma) ana 15 paddni isanniqma if the base

of Pure Water I was sprinkled with the
water of purification Lambert BWL 60:88 (Ludlul IV); dam niksi itti Sikari imahhas

of the "station" is long and stands to the right of the "path," (that means) it trembles (?) and approaches the right of
the "path" TCL 6 6 ii 6 (SB ext.); uncert.: [...] Ani ina paniunu i-sal-li-' (in broken context) KAR 132 iv 27, see RAcc.
103.

babu is-sal-lah he mixes the blood of the slaughtered (sheep) with beer, the gate
is sprinkled (with this mixture) CT 4 5:31
(SB rit.), see KB 6/2 44.

For a phonetic variant see sald'u C.
In TBP (= Kraus Texte) 23:3 f. read sima ulluh, see sumu mng. 2a. In ChDiv. 1 (Boissier Choix) 89:10, etc., read galhu, Salhat, see §aldhu. In UET 6 399:8 read probably is-\sul-uh bagtam ga paniu.

The context refs. may be read igallih and may belong to another word. salahu see sala'u A.

salalu
islil, II.

v.;

to flutter, to flap;

SB;

I

salahu A in 9a salahi (Sa sald'i) s.; (a sprinkling can or similar vessel); EA, NA; cf. salahuA, sald'u C. 5 §a sa-la-hi siparri five bronze sprin-

a) saldlu: [Summa]... issuiru iStu imitti
ameli ana lumel ameli itiqma kappi Su= meliu is-lil (see kappu A mng. la-1')
CT 40 49:12 and 11 (Alu).

kling cans EA 22 iv 26 (list of gifts of TuSratta);
1 'a sa-la-'iKO.BABBAR (among silver implements) ADD 930 "ii" 14, see Postgate Taxation 312 i 14.

b) sullulu: Summa surd ana ekal garri irubma ina pan Sarri pdSu iddima kappeAu u-sa-lil-ma usi (see kappu A mng. la-1')
CT 39 29:30, also ibid. 30:60ff., cf. surd ... kappeu iu-sa-lal ibid. 30:58 (all SB Alu).

salahu B (Saldhu, gelehu, sald'u) v.; to tremble; SB; I isallih.

III/1 Comm. A 18, also [sahdh]u /I rsd-la-hu MSL

sig.ga // sa-la-hu BM 34989 r. 12 (comm., courtesy I. L. Finkel); gi..si.si.[ig] = (var. [s]a-l[a-hu]) Erimhus II 184; MA(var. NIG). iR.PAD.AK.A (vars. [x x] SUR [x (x)], SU.[R . . .], possibly to be emended to 'o-"sur.ak.a)= sa-ldhu Erimhus V 245. ,u-qel-pu- / a-la-ku // ,d sah@u // sa-la-hu A

§d-la-hu
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salamahu s.; (a garment); OB*; Sum. lw.

1 T1YG sd-la-[m]a-hu (in list of garments, after TJG.SAG.MAH, TtjG.MAH, and

before TITG sd-al-hu) YOS 5 94:3.

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salamu Compare tdg.suluhu and see sulumh2. Hh. XIX 163ff.,

salimu x GfN ana sa-la-mu §a lamutdnu one and one-half shekels (of silver) for the .... of the slave VAS 6 311:6 (NB). salamu in bel salami s.; ally; NB; cf. salamu v. Lj bel na-kar ga RN . . . la LTj.EN salam-i-ni the enemy of Assurbanipal will not be our ally (in broken context) ABL
1105:21 (text of the add oath).

salimu (Saldmu) s.; friendly relations, peace, alliance; Mari, Shemshara, MB, Bogh., RS, NB(?); cf. saldmu v. ana salimim ana ser PN iStanapparusala-am-8u-nu u la sa-la-[a]m-[S]u-[n]u adinim ul i[nnamir] (the Zalmaqians) keep sending messages to PN (the ruler of Eluhat) in search of friendly relations, but so far it is not known whether they have made an alliance or not ARMT 13 144:41; itti Sarrim [Ia] isall[i]musa-la-am8u unakka[r]u (see saldmuv. mng. la-1')
Unger Mem. Vol. 192:41 (= Laessoe Det Forste Assyriske Imperium p. 86); Ahlam 8a nakri u

habdtimma ittija lu idabbubu 8a sa-la-mi ittija ul idabbubu the Ahlameans speak to me of warfare and plundering, they do not speak to me of peace JCS 6 145 r. 1 (MB let.); atta RN riksa u 8a-la-ma 8a GN usurma you, Niqmandu, observe the peace treaty (lit. treaty and peace) with Hatti MRS 9 36 RS 17.132:20, cf. the kings 8a riksa u sa-la-ma 8a GN unda8ir u itti 8arri rab. . . nakru who abandoned the peace treaty with Hatti and became enemies of the great king ibid. 23, also rikilta Sa-la-ma MRS 9 51 RS 17.340 r. 14; umma rikilti RN qadu RN2 ana naddni sala-ma terms of the treaty of Ramses with Hattugili, to establish peace KBo 1 25:3,
cf. KBo 1 7:25 and dupl., see Weidner, BoSt8 116;

salamu (Salamu) v.; 1. to become reconciled, to make peace, to be of a friendly disposition, 2. sullumu to bring about peace (between countries), reconciliation; from OB on; I islim (islam ARM 2 40:6) isallim (NB isellim) - salim, 1/2, II, II/2; wr. syll. (Salmu in EA, RS, Bogh., Si-lim PBS 1/1 12 r. 37) and SILIM; cf. musallimu, naslamu,salamu s., salamu s. in bel salami, salimdtu, salimil, salimu, salimu in bel salimi, salmu, silmu, suldmu, sulumm, sulumm' in bel sulummd'e, taslimtu.
[e].ri.zu.9e ib.ba.bi ki.bi silim.ma.ab : ana ardiki §a tigugi si-il-me ittiSu make peace

with your slave at whom you have become angry ASKT p. 123:20f.

the gods inandinu ana dummuqi sa-la-ma u ahhutti (see ahhutu mng. 3b) KUB 3
70:20, also KBo 1 29:14 (both letters), cf. sa-

la-ma u [ahhutta] KBo 1 15+19 r. 8 (let. of
Ramses), see Edel, ZA 49 210, tema damqu 8a ahhuttau sa-la-mi KUB 3 47 r. 10, and passim in the correspondence with Egypt; 8unu salmu

1. to become reconciled, to make peace, to be of a friendly disposition - a) countries with each other - 1' in OB, Mari: Summa §arr .... .a Lullim §a ittika ikkiri is-sa-al-muu nib ill gamram taddinuluniu um tadbatiSunu sabatma salimiunu leqe if the kings of the Lullf who were your enemies are ready to make peace, and if you can conclude a formal(?) treaty with them, take the friendship offered by them, accept the peace offered by them Laessee
Shemshara Tablets 77 SH 812:26, cf. anaLullim

8arri §a ittika nakri Supurma ittika li-isli-mu la tanakkir salimunu leqe Studies
Landsberger 193:24 (Shemshara let.), cf. itti

ina sa-la-mi bane u sunu ahhii (the Pharaoh and Hattusili) are allied in a fair alliance, and they are brothers KUB 3 70 r. 5; amurRN ina sa-la-mi damqi ina ahhgti damiqti itti RN2 KBo 1 7:18, cf. ibid. 24:11, cf. attadin [ahhutta sIG ] sa-la-ma SIGs 5
ibid. 7:8, and passim in Bogh. treaties; uncert.:

Lullim si-li-im-ma ibid. 194:44; [a . .. ittiu is-l] i-mu lu-i a-sa-li-im (cf. [an]aks kir line 1) Bagh. Mitt. 2 55 a i 4, see Kraus,
BiOr 22 289; 8umma i-sa-li-im i-sa-li-im

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salamu will make peace, if not, PN will take up arms and fight with PN2 Sumer 23 153 (pl. 2) r. 20f.; garranu. . . itti sabim §a RN . .. isli-mu-u ... ul is-li-mu did the kings come to terms with RN's troops? (I answered) They did not RA 42 128:21ff. (Mari let.); RN itti La Turukki is-lam ARM 2 40:6, cf. ittigunu [i]s-li-im-ma ARM 4 24:11, also ibid. 18, ittigu ul ta-sa-[li]m-ma RA 35 184 c 47; ana manan UD.1.KAM ittini la is-li-mu (see manan) ABIM 8:29; [m]d= turn kaluSa i-sa-lim the entire country will be friendly ARM 4 29:39; [tah]mutama ta-ds-l[i]-ma you made haste to show
yourselves friendly RA 66 122:6 (Mari let.); 10 (treaty),

salimu RS: itti mat Hatti ga-al-mu u la nakru

§unu Sa-al-mu

KUB 3 63:11; in

MRS 9 35 RS 17.132:9, cf. ibid. 13, 41 RS 17.277:6, 51 RS 17.340 r. 12.

3' in EA: nukurtu anajdaiadi GN adi GN 2 sal-mu ana gabbi hazidniti there is enmity toward me, but they are at peace with all the governors as far as GN and
GN 2 EA 288:27, EA 242:16, also gabbi mdtdti

[s] a-li-mu anajdi nukurtu EA 287:12 (all letters from Palestine), cf. ki itme sa-li-me
EA 252:10, see Albright, BASOR 89 30; the

king has heard that sal-ma-a-da itti LU GN you are at peace with the ruler
of Kidga EA 162:22 (let. from Egypt), cf.

itti garrim i-sa-li-im-ma . . . itti garrim mahrimma 8a i-fsal-li-mu [in]akkir u itti garrim ['a] fil-sa-l[i]-mu saldmsu unak= ka[rS]u he makes a peace treaty with one king, and repudiates the one concluded with the first king, but turns his alliance with the king he makes peace with into
hostility Unger Mem. Vol. 192:39f. (= Laessoe Det Forste Assyriske Imperium 86); inuma ittija

ammeni sal-ma-a-daitti ameli Sa Sarruissil ittiSu (see sdlu usage b) ibid. 24; sal-mu
itti PN EA 102:23, cf. sal-mu ana PN EA

is-li-mu ina bit Adad Arraphim nib il

90:28; sal-mu-gu-nu andkumi nu-KfUR (all the people in Amurru) are in alliance with them, but for me (there is) hostility EA 114:14; nukurtu PN ittija u gabbi Lj.ME9 hazdnutu sal-mu-gu Aziru is at war with me, and all the governors are on his side
EA 126:11 (all letters of Rib-Addi).

izkuram ibid. 191:18; PN ittija sa-lim PN is an ally of mine ARM 1 103 r. 15.
2' in Bogh., RS: [Sar mat] GN itti [RN 'arri rabi far mat Hatti is-l]i-im ZA 56 214:8; ahhu ninu ... itti nakri aa ahdmeg [lu nakranu u it]ti salmi ga ahdmeg lu saal-ma-nu we are brothers, (this means that) we are to be enemies with each other's enemies and allies with each
other's allies KBo 1 10:59, see JCS 12 131,

4' in omens: rub bel lemuttiu ... ittigu i-sa-lim ana salime u§§ablu (see salimu mng. la) Leichty Izbu XI 137; Sarru itti garrimehrigu i-sa-al-li-im RA 65 73:35 (OB ext.); garru nakrutu i-SILIM-mu Labat
Suse 3:14 (ext.), wr. SILIM.ME9 CT 31 24 82-5-22,500:17, TCL 6 1:32 (ext.), Thompson Rep.

35 r. 5, 39:4; in absolute use: mare biti ul i-sal-li-mu (read i-gal-li-mu?) Leichty
Izbu III 91.

also itti salmija lu sa-lim(var. -lam) itti
nakrija lu nakir KBo 1 4 ii 6, see BoSt 8 60;

5' in NA, NB: GN issini i[s]-si-lim GN
has made peace with us Iraq 20 183 No. 39:38 and 47 (Nimrud let.), cf. isseganuma [is]-sa-al-mu ABL 129:10, also ad isseni guknu md ni-si-lim ibid. r. 20 (coll. K. Deller); garraniissaheig is-sal-mu ABL 1115:11 (all

minumme mdtdti .. . ga itti Sar mat Hatti a itti Sar nakri u minumm2 mdtati ... ibid. 13; u sa-al-ma-ku mat Hatti sa-al-mu
[u ahhaku itti . . .] KBo 1 29:17, cf. KBo 1 sa7:16, u sa-al-mu ahhu ibid. 21,

al-mu ina sa-la-mi ban
KUB 3 70 r. 5;

(see saldmu s.) 'a-

§unu

NA);

the king of Elam and the king of

note with S-:

x ul ikkir kic Assyria ina amat Marduk itti ahdmeg is-

Sa-[a]l-mu-ma ga-li-im KUB 3 14:5,

al-ma-ku ahdku itti RN ibid. 69 r. 4 (let.), also lu ga-li-im (parallel lu nakir) KBo 1 5 ii

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salamu in an adzi treaty CT 54 580:6 (NB); (the

salamu

flow) Bel is angry BA 5 400 D.T. 109 r. 10,
see RAcc. 145:450.

Aramean tribes said) ul ni-se-li-mu We will not make peace ABL 468 r. 11, see
Landsberger Brief 67.

c) in private contexts: zeniza izen<ni>

sa-la-a-mi-#a i-sa-li-[im]

(see zeni v.

b)

gods with a person: at your com-

mand ilu zen
li-mu ittiSu

li-is-lim may (my) angry

mng. lb) Meissner BAP 89:8 (marriage contract), also CT 2 44:23; amelu §a elika Sabsu

god be reconciled STC 2 pl. 82:85; §a ilu ina ume anni li-isu i§tar'u ittifu

i-sa-li-ma-kam-mazikirpika eligu itab the
man who is angry with you will be recon-

,absu

8urpu IV 76, also JNES 15

138:108;

ciled with you, and your words will
please him KAR 43:19 (inc.); amelu ,2 ilu Sarru kabtu rub' tiru nanzdza u bab ekalli itti u SILIM-mu god, king, important person, prince, palace favorite, courtier, or anyone among the palace personnel (who was against him) will be reconciled with this man 4R 55 No. 2:21; summa zenz ittilu is-lim if a person who was angry

ill u iStari §a .. . isbusu [elija] ina kitti u milari lis-li-mu ittija BMS 1:23; ilu u iftaru SILIM-mu ittija ibid. 44, also 12:71, and passim in guillas, [ili] u i tari SILIM-ma ittija BMS 21:67; iii SILIM-mu (vars. siil-ma, si-lim, SILIM-ma) itari napliri JNES 33 274:35; itar zenitu si-il-mi (vars. SILIM-ma, [SILIM-mel, si-lim) ittija ibid.
276:43; ill si-lim ittija BMS 22 r. 61f., also dupl., wr. DI-im STT 132:12, and 14:7, DN si-lim liqbika may Ninpassim in guillas;

with him has a reconciliation with him
JCS 29 66:5 (SB Alu).

d) in personal names: fLi-iS-li-[im] CT
8 20a: 11, Li-iA-li-ma-am Meissner BAP 78: 10 m Sin(OB), see Stamm Namengebung 311 n. 3; sa-li-im BE 14 25:25 (MB), mGASAN- taslim Camb. 68:3 (NB), dIM-sa-lim KAJ 83:23 (MA), dAG-lu-U-sa-lim VAS 5 61:5 (NB), Nbn. 892:3, Si-lim-As-sur ABL 1035 r. 12 (NA), Si-lim-U Iraq 23 45 ND 2706:5; for other NA, NB names see Tallqvist APN 158a, 191a, Tallqvist NBN 212a s.v. Taslimu, 326b.

girim say to you: Relent!

BMS 16 r. 9,

liqbika restored from BMS 42 r. 23, wr. §i-lim PBS 1/1 12 r. 37; [k]i is-li-mu when (Nana,

Usuramassa, and Arkaitu) relented ABL
518:13 (NB); ana dli u biti

ir~2 tajdru (the gods) relented toward

§du

is-li-mu

that city and temple, and had mercy VAB
4 218 i 15 (Nbn.), also AnSt 8 46 i 38; [. .] is-se-lim ittika AfO 18 383 i 12 (NB lit.);

DINGIR.ME § sa-al-mupalahilima'da ekur: rate tahhuda the gods are friendly, there is much piety, the temples are flourishing
ABL 2:13 (NA), see Parpola LAS No. 121; Marduk

2. sullumu to bring about peace (between countries), reconciliation - a) to

bring about peace between countries: GN
[s]u-ul-lu-mu-u[m-ma] [z-sa-a]l-[la-am] ... alani guniti su-ul-l[u-mu-um-ma] i-

itti §arri belija sa-lim Marduk is well

disposed toward the king, my lord (he will
do whatever the king says) ABL 1237 r. 19 (NB), ilu zeniti itti ameli SILIM-mu (apod.)
VAB 4 288 xi 22 (Nbn.), also PRT 135:1, cf. ilu

sa-al-la-am I will surely bring about peace with Urkig, I will surely have those
cities make peace ARM 10 121:llff., cf. when I had arranged an adi treaty with the people of GN d-sa-li-mu-Sd-nu-ni and had them make a peace agreement ABL 129:9, cf. ittakra .. ril-sa-al-la-anSi- Sm. 749:7 (= CT 53 824), cited Parpola, OLZ 1979 34 (both NA); §arrdni kilalle itti ahamed

rabztu ...

it-ti NUN.BI i-sal-li-mu-ma Or.

cf. Igigi itti mdti sal-mu Thompson Rep. 123:6, dlu 2 iliugu CT 38 2:28, ilSu sa-lim-Si SILIM-mu-Su
NS 40 171:17 (namburbi), CT 39 4:35 (SB Alu), also cited RA 13 28:8 (Alu

Comm.), libbi iliu

sa-lim-X

Labat Calendrier

§ 37:12f., § 38:12; see also zen adj. usage a-2'; DN sa-lim . . . DN eziz (if his tears

us-sa-al-lim-mu the two kings have made a peace agreement ABL 214 r. 11 (NB). b) to bring about the reconciliation of

flow) Bel is favorable, (if his tears do not 91

a god:

ill §a dlida li-sa-al-lim may (my

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salamu daughter) win over the gods of her city ARM 2 51:20; tu-sal-lam Sabsa you (Adad) make the angry (god?) relent BMS 21:87, ilgu ittigu see Ebeling Handerhebung 104:37; zen2 tu-sal-lam arhiS BMS 2:24, cf. BMS 6:55, and passim in uillas; Sa zendt gimtalu tu-sal-lam ittifu you reconcile to him his fate, which was angry KAR 25:10; libbi ilijau iftarijazendti . .. libbi ilutika rabiti ittija su-li-ma-am-ma reconcile to me the heart of my angry god and goddess (and) your own divine heart KAR 68 r. 14 (8uilla),

salaqu A Sin Sama u Itar ... uhaddima . . . ana sattukku -sa-li-mu he gladdened the hearts of Sin, Samag, and Itar, and they
. . . . for offerings CT 46 45 iii 20, see Iraq 27 6;

§a

in personal names: dGAL(= Aja)-mu-sallim ADD 402:6, wr. mu-SILIM-im ADD 661:3 (NA), abbr. Mu-sa-li-mu-[um] CT 4
47b:28, CT 8 47b:28 (OB).

c) to bring about reconciliation (in private contexts): §a zeni lu-sa-al-li-im (send me food delicacies) so that I can win over him who is angry Kraus AbB 1 cf. Loretz-Mayer Su-ila 81:4, see Mayer Gebets108:13; umma . . . PN ittija izzene ul beschworungen 540; ila §arra kabta u rubd sa-la-am-gu (see zen2 v. mng. Ib) TCL 17 tiru nanzdzu ittifu ana sILIM-mi ... il u 36 r. 23'; asanniqunutimasalim PN zen?2tu ittigu ana sILIM-mi 4R 55 No. 2:10 al-lam-Su-nu-t[i] (see sandqu mng. 7b) and 12; sul-[1l]im-ma it-te-iaDINGIR d[Itar ARM 2 16:16, cf. u-sa-al-lim-'u-nu-tiutams ... ] KAR 297:18; ila zend [Ihtar zenita] mi unuti TCL 17 30:16, cf. also ARM 14 122:21; u ameluta sul-li-ma-am-ma BMS 12:112; umma PN-ma i-u§-sd-al-li-im-#u ittifu ul DI§ NA ilgu U iStaru ittiu ana SILIMassabbat PN (owner of the orchard in mi ... DN ittiu ana SILIM-mi STT 230 common with PN2 ) said: I have won him obv.(!) 22ff., dupl. Kocher BAM 321:1ff.; Siover(?), I will not hold (the orchard) in ul-lu-mu ill zenttu ... itame (Marduk) common with him (PN2 is fully paid) commanded (me) to propitiate the angry

u-

u-sa-

gods

VAB 4 284 x 8 (Nbn.);

ana . . . itti

Haverford Symposium 238 No. 7:6.

iii kamli su-lu-me Kocher BAM 438:15, cf. ibid. 376 i 20; [ana iii] zeni ana sul-lu-mi ibid. 446:4, Surpu IV 12, see also zen adj. usage a-2'; note ana ... KI DINGIR zeni-i u-lum-me KI-§i B1JR-ri (text corrupt?) Kocher BAM 326 ii 12; ul uhhuri bullutu ... rubbu ana sul-lu-mi qeru[b] with her (Itar) healing is not far behind, reconciling of anger is at hand AfO 19
51:80, cf. also Farber Itar und Dumuzi 62:91,

Possibly the OA ref. CCT 5 13a: 11 cited salamu mng. 2a, as well as u-zA-li-im
Jankowska KTK 6 r. 9',

should be understood as forms of sul= lumu "to -make someone act friendly."
For AbB 2 118:19 see sulli. In ABL 333:9 read §arru ana urdifu ir-tu-[d-bu] (see ra'dbu, coll. K. Deller). For ABL 246:16 and Cagni Erra V 31 see taldmu.

u-ZA-ld-am

ibid. r. 13',

Kocher BAM 316 i 5 and iii 14, and passim in ... mu-sal-li-mat DINGIR zeincs.; Itar

na-[a ... ] sul-li-mi-im-ma ila z[end] Perry Sin pl. 4 K.3447:21f., cf. mu-sal-lim iii zeni i[Stari z]enitu KAR 26:49, mu-sal-lim
DINGIR

salaqu A v.; to boil; Mari, SB, NB; I *isluq- isallaq, II, II/3(?), IV; cf. mas: laqtu, saliqdtu, salqu, silqdtu, silqu A.
[si-il] [NUN] = [sa-l]a-qu ld
[ i

NUN z] .la = sa-la-q[u], a.ra.GAL = MIN

sil-qi A V/3:23; d U[ZU]

[u iS]-tar-ri Sabbaslti

AnSt 30

Antagal A 93f.; a.ra.kum = sa-la-qu by bu§dlu)

18 49 ii 26; [uzu.x.x] = §i-ir sa-la-qu (preceded

§d uzu

CT

102:28 (Ludlul I), cf. also Kocher BAM 315 iv 34,

Hh. XV 272; sil.a[k.a], uzu.sil.

and passim,

issika

see zen adj.; I, Igtar A§Sur i-sa-lim have reconciled A99ur

with you 4R 61 ii 31 (NA oracles for Esarh.); gin~ (var. MIN) sa-li-man DN DN 2 gir
k[u-n]u STT 87:24, var. from dupl. 371:7 (NA), see Deller, Or. NS 34 462; obscure: libbi 92

kum. [x], sa.r[a.kum] = [sa]-[lal-quMdvzu Nabnitu XXIII 118ff.; [. . .], [. . .], [. . .].ga = [su]llu-qu, [x].az.za = tu-sal-lu-qu ibid. 122 ff.

a) meat: see lex. section; lama aldk Jarrim niqm . .. innaqqima dirum is-sdla-aq-ma before the king's coming the

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salaqu B sacrifice will be offered, the meat will be
boiled CRRA 26 142 i 11 (Mari rit.).

b) linen: .GI§ ana sa-la-q[u] §d GAD. HI.A 8a PN Lt pu-sa-a-a (receipt of) oil for boiling linens, by PN, the launderer GCCI 1 212:1 (NB). c) materia medica: (in case of fever, you crush various plants, then add others) tugab alma annd u an-na-[a] ina Izi tasal-laq-ma you cook them, then boil all that(?) over a fire Kocher BAM 147:20; ggirirn . . . ana IGI GIG lakanu ina KA9. SAG gat2 inaURUDU.SEN.TUR sa-la-qu KI. MIN - girgir2plant, to place on the ailing spot, (or) to drink in beer, (or) to boil in a kettle and ditto ibid. 1 iii 16; (against hasabti ndri u kupra ina witchcraft) URUDU.SEN.TUR isteni su-lu-uq-maKAS. iti in a kettle, boil a sherd SAG i-di ... from the river and bitumen, add fine beer, and drink (it) AMT 85,1 ii 11; PA GI.ZJ. LUM.MA ta-sal-laq ana IGI tanaddi ... t.UR.TAL.TAL ta-sal-laq ana IGI tatabbak
Kocher BAM 124 ii 44 and 46, parallel AMT 74 ii sa-fahl(text -')18f.; ina ilkuri u

im.ri.a = kim-tum, ni-gu-tum, sa-la-tum (var. sa-lat) Hh. I 117ff.; [su-i] [su] = ki-im-tum, ni-gu-tum, sa-la-tum A II/7 iv 13'ff.; sa. al =

Au-u,
.]

salatu A

[sa-la-tum] (in group with ild

= illatu, im.ri.a =

[...]) Antagal VII 203; [e] [A] = [kim(?)]-tum, [ni(?)-§u(?)]-tum, [sa(?)-la(?)]-tum A I/1:48ff.

su(text su).sa.a ge ir.pag.ge ak.a.ab : sala-at-ka e x [.. (give to your brother, do not

....

your sister) take care of your kin Lambert

BWL 271 col. B 12.

a) beside kimtu or niitu - 1' in leg. contexts: whoever brings a legal claim against PN lu IM.RI.A-ui lu sa-la-a-su UET 7 1 r. 5, cf. (whenever in the future) ina ahhe mare IM.RI.A u sa-la-ti 8a LI.TUR ipaqqaru ibid. 21:18, 27:17, matima ina arkdt umi ina ahhe mare IM.RI.A U sa-la-ti
BBSt. No. 3 v 29 (all MB), cf. ina ahhe mare ni-su-tu u sa-lat §a bit PN AnOr 8 3 r. 26 (NB).

2' in lit.: ulteli ana libbi elippi kala kimtija u sa-lat-ia (var. sa-[la]t-ti-ia)(see kimtu usage c) Gilg. XI 84, cf. I will send to you [allatk]a kimatka sa-lat-kau
mare ummd[ni]
Lambert-Millard Atra-hasis

I.GI

tum ta-sa-la-qa you boil (silver, gold, sulphur, etc.) in wax and refined oil (for a salve) Kocher BAM 391:7, cf. [ina(?) G]AB.LAL sa-ah(text -')-tum ta-sa-la-qu ibid. 2, also karda ta-sal-laq AMT 36,2:11. salaqu B (selequ) v.; Aram. lw.; I iselliq. to go up; NB*;

128:8 (SB); lallaruSu kimtau i-hda-[d-ii] iti iphuru sa-la[t-su] (see ana nubAfu mars lallaru usage a) AfO 19 52 r. iii 147; kimti lurappiS sa-la-ti lupahhir pir'u lulamdil may I extend my family, gather together my relatives, make (my) offspring widespread Borger Esarh. 26 viii 23; kimtu u saal-la-tz izenn ittija (see zenI v. mng. lb) AnSt 6 150:20 (Poor Man of Nippur); aran kimti u sa-la-tu (var. [sa-l]a-a-[tu]) SurpuIII 180; etemmu kimtija u sa-la-ti-ia BMS 53:13,
also KAR 267 r. 9.

ina §ani imu i-se-li-iq-qu ... akalu ina pani garri ikkal he will go up on the following day and eat bread in the king's presence CT 22 247:37 (let.).
von Soden, Or. NS 37 266 and Or. NS 46 194.

in b) beside kimtu and nirtu - 1' leg. contexts: matima ina ahhe mare kimtum ni-su-tum u sa-la-tum 8a bit PN §a iraggumu if ever anyone raises a claim among the brothers, sons, family, relations, or kin of the household of PN Peiser Vertrage p. 168 No. 117:28, cf. BRM 1 73:29, Cyr. 188:31, and passim, wr. La sa-la-[tum] Dar. 245:23, wr. IM.RI.A nisutu sa-lat AnOr 9 4 i 25, ii 24, iii 18, iv 23, v 28, vi 26, AnOr 8 2:22, TCL 12 10:20, 12:29, 19:23, OIP 97 24:15, BE 8 3:24, Bagh. Mitt. 5 198 No. 1:24 and passim, 93

*salasu see saldtu v. sala'tu see sili'tu. salitu A (salldtu) s.; kin by marriage; OB(?), MB, SB, NB; wr. syll. and IM. RI.A; cf. salitu.

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salatu B
see ibid. p. 255, IM.RI.A ni-8u-[ti] u sal-la-ti
BBSt. No. 14:17, wr. IM.RI.A IM.RI.A IM.RI.A RA 66 164:31 (NazimaruttaS kudurru), also TCL 12 35:17, VAS 1 70 i 33, and passim; kim-tum ni-su-tum u IM.RI.A PSBA 14 pl. 2 (after p. 146) r. 28; for other refs. see

salatu (also cited saltu mng. 3b) LIH 15:6 and 23; uncert.: the 24th day: sa-la-a-tu (between epel sibitu and saltu)
iv 29 (SB hemer.). F. R. Kraus apud Frankena, AbB 2 p. 118 ad No. 15, suggests "Viehzihlung."

KAR 178

kimtuusage a

and nigutu mng. la-2'. 2' in lit.: kimtu urappiSu iksuru niSutu u sa(var. sal)-la-tu (see niutu mng. lb) Streck Asb. 4 i 30; lu mdmit kimtija ni~utija lu mamit ellatija u sa-la-ti-ia (for translat. and dupl. see niutu mng. Ic) KAR 272:3 and 246:25; hulliq mare kimtu nisutu u sala-[tu] (see niutu mng. Ic) KAR 373:4;

salatu

(laltu)

v.;

1. to split off, to

split, to cut, 2. (uncert. mng.), 3. sul= lutu to split into many parts, to cut up,

to cut through, 4. II/2 to be split apart,
5. IV (uncert. mng.); from OB on; I islit - isallit (for isallat,imp. sulut see dis-

cussion), 1/2, II, 11/2, IV; cf. mallatu,
saltu B adj., silittu, siltu B.
[da-ar] [DAR] = sa-la-[tu] (also na-ka-su, §ara-[mu], pa-[ra-su]) A II/6 A iv 9'; da-ArDAR = sala-tum, le-tu-u, dar.dar = hu-up-pu-u Antagal III 19ff.; [s/zi-i]l NUN = Ea V Excerpt 13', cf. zi-il NUN, si-il NUN = [§d-la-tu] Ea V 131 f., [si-il] [NUN] = [d]-la-tum A V/3:22; bu-fir BsJR = qar-ni A §a-la-tu MIN (= sur-rum), MIN VIII/2:175f.; bu-ur BUR = sa-la-td sd [x x], ab-nu Idu II 126f.; ba-ar BAR = [S]a-[la-tu] A I/6:151, cf. = sa-l[a-tu(?)] ibid. 147; bar a-la -tum Proto-Izi II 330; [BAR] = ga-la-tum MSL 9 129:261 (ProtoAa); ta-ag TAG = sa-la-tum(erroneous var. -su) Idu II 350. pa gig.gigimmar u.me.ni.KUD : a-ra su-luut-ma split leaves of a date palm AfO 16 300 ii 18 (= Iraq 42 30:115f.); [Aul] dInnin.bi [in.na. an].si.il.la : et-lu [Sd] di§-tar-Su is-li-tu-u§ (see ikmUu line i taru lex. section, parallel: ilu ... llf.) JTVI 26 153 i 13f., see RA 65 124; gaba gi.ha.an.ginx(GM) an.sil.sil.e : ir-tum kima gi-hi-in-nu i-sal(or -sal)-lat (see gihinnu usage b) CT 17 25:31; su ab.ba.si.il.le : la zumra i-sdal-la-tu(text -lu) KBo 7 1+ obv.(!) If., see Cooper, ZA 62 62, for the emendation see von Soden, ibid. 64. sa.bi gi.ha.an.ginx an.sil.sil.la : sir-a-niId ki-ma gi-hi-ni u-sal-lit (var. us-sal-lit) (see gi= hinnu usage b) CT 17 19 i 7f., var. from W. 22663 i 8; gi§.sag.kul.an.na.bi ba.e.si.il.si. il.[le(?)] : sik-ku-ri-d tu-sal(or -dal)-lit (see sik: kiru lex. section) BA 5 632 No. 6:18f., also BA 10/1 113 No. 31:13; si hu.mu.ni.in.bur : qarne li-sal-lit-ka Lugale XII 38; may the metal worker gi.umbin h6.tag.ga : ina imt li-sal-lit-kasplit you (obsidian) into pieces with a chisel ibid. 41. [e.gi.sig.ga].ginx si.il.si.il : [kima] kikkidu ul-ta-tal-li-t[u] they were split apart as (easily as) a reed wall OECT 6 pi. 20 K.4958:2f. da-ar DAR = Id-ta-qu, sa-la-td (comm. on Summa lahru nea ulidma irassu Id-at-qa-[at] if a ewe

the sin of my father, father's father,
mother, mother's mother [ki]mtija nisu=
BMS 11:23, cf. [. .. ] tija u sa-la-ti.MU kim-ti.Mu NUMUN(?).MU U sa-la-ti.MU

§d-la-tu

STT 254:39;

the sin of my father, my

father's father, my mother, my mother's mother, the sin of my elder brother or
elder sister arni IM.RI.A.MU IM.RI.A.MU JNES 33 280:117 (SB inc.), U IM.RI.A.MU wr. lu IM.RI.A IM.RI.A IM.RI.A KAR 228:10;

§d

§d

atta mitu ... lu ahi lu ahdti l[u] kimti lu niduti lu sa-la-ti (see kimtu usage e) K6cher
BAM 230:32, also Farber Itar und Dumuzi

136:157; see also nitutu mng. Ic. sa-la-HA-§u lu= The ref. nakrum ... sah[h]it ARM 2 34:37 is obscure. In UET
5 539 ii 29, 565:13, also Greengus Ishchali 21:3,

Sa-la-tum is a personal name. salatu B s.; (mng. uncert.); OB, SB(?). kima belni idc sd-la-tum-ma ERIN.ME

ina qdtini ibaS2 as our lord knows, it is the time for rounding up cattle(?), we
have men available to us Fish Letters 23:15; anumma PN 1 guzaldm u §atammi [an]a sd-la-tim Sa letika uwa'eramma attardam ittika lillikuma ina sd-la... PN2 PN 3 ...

tim lizzizu now I have commissioned and sent, for the s. under your responsibility,
PN and one "chair-bearer" and administrators - PN2 , PN 3 (and others) should

also go with you and be present at the s.

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salatu
gives birth to a lion and its breast is split Leichty Izbu V 71) Izbu Comm. V 198f.; 6at-qd-at = sal-ta-at, DAR // d-ta-qu, DAR // sa-la-tu (comm. on uzun 15-i sat-qd-at its right ear is split Leichty Izbu XI 9) ibid. W 365f-g; §u-ul-lu-qa = Id ma-'-dia sal-ta (comm. on uzndfu §u-ul-lu-qa

salatu

du-al(var. -id)-lit libba ubattiq) En. el. IV 102; TTJG.GI. (parallel GI~IMMAR tu-sa-lat tu-pe-es-si ana pitilti tapattil you split fibers of the date palm, (them), weave (them) into a mat you ....
Cult of A9Sur 194:13;
STT 257:14; SIM.HAL tu-sal-lat KiichlerBeitr.

Leichty Izbu XI 48') ibid. 365j; [UZU.SIL].ZAG.UDU
// ni-is-hi i-mit-td // SIL // sa-la-at UET 4 208:10 (Nabnitu Comm.).

pl. 15 i 39; §umma ina MN milu illikamma mega kibir ndri u-sal-la-tu if the flood comes in MN and its water makes cuts to split off, to split, to cut - a) 1. stones, wood, belly: ikrib erenasa-la-ti-ma in the river bank CT 39 15:25, cf. talukSunu kibir ndri u-sal-lat ibid. 16:43; Summa alpu ana nignakki mah-ri-ma sa-raq-qi prayer SU.ME9- 4i d-la-ak u i-sal-lat if an ox (to be recited) while cutting the cedar licks and rips (?) its skin CT 40 32 r. 23 (both and sprinkling it on the first(?) censer SB Alu). BBR No. 75-78 r. 62, cf. AfO 16 300 ii 18, in lex. section; mi-li durigu is-sd-li-it-ma he 2' in the stative: Summa suprdSu ... made a breach(?) in the highest part of sul-lu-ta if his fingernails are split Kraus its wall VAS 12 193 r. 9 (= EA 359, §ar tamhdri). Texte 22 iv 1; Summa amutu BA.HAL-at sub) (in the stative) to be notched: AN9E. ul-lu-ta-at if the liver is divided (?) KUR.RA.SAL . . uzun imittiSu sd-li-it uzun and split into many parts CT 30 9:9, cf. §umelilu ana paniu mahis a mare, its summa amutu kalulama sul-lu-ta-at TCL 6 right ear is notched, its left ear is .... 1 r. 19; gumma qerbu su-ul-lu-tu RA 65 73 toward the front HSS 15 112:2, cf. enzu u AO 7539:50' (OB ext.); [Summa] x.ME rsul]uzunSu 8a imitti sd-li-it u uznu 8a ,umeli lu-tu KAR 151 r. 35 (SB oil omens). ina x ina paniu mahis HSS 5 15:25, cf. b) to cut through: [Sa lade(?)] itguruti ibid. 12, 14, 18ff., [x]-Su Sa imitti sd-li-it(!) kima q ' -sal-li-tu (RN) who cut through [. . .] -§u a imitti mahis HSS 15 110:8, labyrinthine [mountains?] like a string
AN9E.KUR.RA.SAL ... a(?) ar-ki-'u sd-

li-[it

ibid. 118:6; note the exceptional use of the finite form: BE 9U.SI is-li-it if the "finger" is split off CT 51 116:7 ia-li-it (SB ext.), cf. §umma umel 9u.sI YOS 10 33 i 12 (OB ext.); uncert.: if the flame
carried on a torch ia-li-it CT 39 34:24 (SB Alu).

PSBA 18 158:3 (Tigl. I);

alri beruti kima q&

lu-se-lit (parallel: lulettiq) Weidner Tn. 28 beruti No. 16:101, 31 No. 17:48, cf. hurni §a GN kima qa lu-se-lit ibid. 30 No. 17:32; mu-sal-li-tu q& lumni (Ea, 8amag, and Asalluhi) who cut through the cord of evil
Iraq 18 62:18, also LKA 109:16 and 4R 17 r. 17, BMS 62:11 (all SB rel.), for parallels with

2. (uncert. mng.): see JTVI 26, in lex. section; uncert.: [i] s(?)-li-it e-<ed> dumqi §a idi[ja] (parallel: iprud lamassi) the good genius at my side has withdrawn(?)
Lambert BWL 32:45 (Ludlul I).

pard'u see qd A lex. section. 4. II/2 to be split apart: see OECT 6, in lex. section. 5. IV (uncert. mng.): andku ina (mina mu[hhi] ... bitim am-ta-ah-ha-as awilum is-sa-la-at I will fight for(?) your house, the man will be destroyed (?) VAS 16 200:14 (OB let.). There seem to be two forms of this verb, saldtu and aldtu, the latter mostly attested in lex. and bil. texts, and in YOS

3. sullutu to split into many parts, to cut up, to cut through - a) to split into many parts, to cut up - 1' in gen.: UZU.TI.MES 2-u-te tu-sal-lat ina IGI [DN tasakkan] you split the ribs twice (?) and
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sala'u A
10 33 i 12 and En. el. IV 102 var.; when-

sala'u A
broken context) A 138 r. 1 (OB let.); assurri

ever the SAL sign is used, the nature of the sibilant cannot be established. Refs. here have been cited according to the meaning and not the sibilant or the stem
vowel (mostly i, but imp. sulut AfO 16 300 ii 18, pres. isallat CT 17 25:31, KBo 7 1+ obv.(!) 1ff.). The refs. tilldtu (tillassu, etc.) i-dal-lit-su VAB 4 266 ii 14, i-lal-li-ta-gil CT 20 49:12, i-sa-lit-ta-an-ni CT 31 19:30, i-3al-lit-su KAR 423 ii 2, are variants to i-Sal-la-as-su Labat Suse 10 r. 2, i-gal-latan-ni ibid. r. 1, i- a-la-tu-t-ka YOS 10 37:4, and belong with §alatu "to gain the

awili nuniti ul tatarradammanuhatimmu warkitum is-sd-al-la-hu under no circumstances should you send those men and the later cooks become ill (obscure) ARM
1 14:22.

2' in SB: ezib 'a ume ma'duti i-x-[. . .] imelamma ik-kdt-taultapaMaqu ezib mu is-sal-la-'-u disregard the fact that

§a

she (the sick woman) has been [. .. and]

suffering for many days, disregard the fact that every day she has been overwhelmed (and) is in a critical stage of
illness Craig ABRT 1 4 K.2370 iii 3 + 10322 and
dupl. (tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert); summa

upper hand."
For GCCI 1 212:1 see saldqu.

sala'u A (salahu) v.; 1. to become ill, to enter a critical stage of an illness, 2. IV (also IV/3) to become depressed, upset; OB, SB; I (only stative sali' attested), 1/2, I/3 (pres. issanalla'), IV, IV/3; wr. syll. and LfL; cf. masla'tu, masla'u, sili'tu, sil'u.
9a.mu al.lil = SA sd-li-ih MSL 9 80:171 (list of diseases); ul-ta-as-,d-a // is-sal-la-', is-sal-la-' 1/ i-mar-ra-as- ultafad "he will be in distress" is the same as issalla', issalla' means "he will be ill" NA ul-ta-as-§d-a§, Izbu Comm. 26f. (comm. on

is-sal-la-'-ma imdt either imarras he will fall sick or he will enter a critical
stage of the illness and die CT 38 33:16

§umma

(Alu); if he (the exorcist) stubs his left thumb (the patient) is-sal-la-'-ma imdt
Labat TDP 2:5; arki caipi LfL-ma iballut after (the visit of) the exorcist, he (the

patient) will enter a critical stage of the
illness but will recover ibid. 56:24, cf. is-sa-al-la-' // LfL // [. . .] RA 73 156:25 (comm.); sili'ti seti UD.2.KAM UD.3.KAM LfL-ma iballut it is the .. . . illness, he will be in a critical stage of the illness for

see asdsu A v. mng. 6);

[it] -ta-na-as-la-'-ma //
cf. [i]t-

t

sa-la-a // na-ka-da Hunger Uruk 41:7, 4 ta-na-as-la-' // i-nak-kud ibid. 41:10.

two or three days, but will recover Labat
TDP 156:9, cf. ibid. 3, cf. Summa UD.6.KAM

1. to become ill, to enter a critical stage of an illness - a) sald'u (only stative attested): alum suhdrija PN suharu

LfL-ma ina UD.7.KAM ul inappu (wr. NU ilappassuma isibid. 152:56; PA.AN-U-u)

sd-li-ih-ma itbiamma ittalkam as for my servant, PN, the servant .... and he went away VAS 16 201:6, cf. [suhdr]u sd-li[ih]-ma ibid. 24.

sal-la-' la tanakk[ud] if (the potion) affects him and he becomes critically ill, do not worry (he will recover) Kiichler
Beitr. pl. 15 i 41 (= Kocher BAM 578), dupl. KScher BAM 159 i 36, cf. is-sal-la-' Meissner Supp. pl. 17 K.13663:3 (med. comm.); NA BI LfL-a' (var. is-sal-la-') STT 321 i 26, var. from CT 38 36:61, also CT 41 18:3 (SB Alu), ACh Supp. 2 2:17, Kraus Texte 2b:9 and dupl. 4c ii 14, KAR 287:6, KAR 382 r. 22; ana kir

b) IV (ingressive?) - 1' in OB, Mari:
BA.UG 6 i-sd-la-hu-u-ma A.BI A..A.GA lB.

si.sI if they (the hired workers) die or get sick he (nonetheless) pays the rent
on the field UET 5 204:11; 8 SILA 4 SUD.A

ana nepeSti bdrim inima mdrat Sarrim issd-al-hu eight .... lambs for an act of extispicy when the king's daughter fell ill
JCS 2 104 No. 6:8, cf. is-s&-li-ih-ma (in

la il-gar is-sa-la-' (var. is-sa-la-AH) he must not go down to the garden or he will
become critically ill KAR 177 r. ii 31, var.
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sala'u B obscure: [Summa Srat qaqqa]= dilu is-sa-<na>-la-' (between isseneppi and zuqqupat) Labat TDP 30:107; [§umma pirit qaqq]adiSu is (!)-sa-na-la-' ibid. 100, beside i-sal-li-ih ibid. 103.
(hemer.);

sala'u B

or wages Hecker Giessen 31 r. 10; jdti tasd-al-<la? -ha-ni you are cheating me > (consign the rest of the silver to PN) KTS la:25; kima uznimpatd'im ta-sd-li-ani instead of informing me, you (pl.) deceive me TCL 20 90:33, cf. ta-sd-li-a-ni c) IV/3: it-ta-na-ds-la-ah-ma umma BIN 6 38:13; ina ahhijaul a kima ahhijae isPN mussama ana bit abigaadi ulladu lutrus: li-4-kd-ma kaspam e taddin among my si she was always falling ill and PN, brothers or their representatives, they her husband, said: I will send her to her should not cheat you, lest you give silver father's house until she gives birth PBS BIN 4 17:17, cf. alahhinum e is-li-ku-nu-ma 5 100 iii 5 (OB leg.); at-t[a-a]s-li(!)-'(?) subati e taddina TCL 19 15:24; 8a GN asal§um Samal §a uballatuka ana Jlim ul li-ma siliani asser rabi sikkitim ula uteli allik I have fallen ill, and because of I deceived the man from Harran and did 8amai - who keeps you well - I did not not send the jars to the rabi sikkati officer go to the city ABIM 20:83. KT Hahn 14:25; uit balum awdtim gamdrim 2. IV (also IV/3) to become depressed, is-li-a-ni-ma ippanija puzram isbatma it-ta-na-as- ittasdm without completing the affairs upset: Summa §erru ittanashar la-' if a baby is constantly turning and he deceived me and hid from me and fitful Labat TDP 226:82, also 218:13, for comm. went away TCL 20 129:20'.
see Hunger Uruk 41:7, in lex. section; Summa Serru iddanallah LfL.LfL-a' Labat TDP

if (in a dream) he eats wind iddallah issa-la-' he will become restless and upset
220:20, for comm. see Hunger Uruk 41:10;
Dream-book 317:y+6; bi-ir la ta-sd-la-ah UET 5 12:22;

nu'idma ana zu-um-[ri]PN ... ia la i-sd-la-ah inform PN so that he will
..

not .

to me TIM 2 77:16 (both OB letters).

In UET 5 72:9 read la ta-pa-la-ha; ibid. left
edge read [a-di] fa a(!)-la-kam.

sala'u B v.; to cheat, to lie, to deceive; OA, NA; I isli - isalli (OA also isallah, isalla' ABL 190:6, NA), 1/3, IV; cf. sal'C, sili'dti, sull B. a) sald'u - 1' in OA: kima tuppam talme'u tuppe Sebilamma awilum ina bab harrdni ana tuppe la i-sd-ld-ha-ni-[ma] when you hear (this) tablet, send documents to me so that the man will not cheat me at the beginning of the trip because of (missing) documents RA 60 95 MAH 16210:9'; illikma is-li-a-Su-ma ittardaAu umma itma gamri u igrija mimma ula iddinam he went and cheated him and sent him here, and he (the latter) said: He did not pay me any of my expenses

2' in NA: mannu a abutu la de'iqtu ... ina muhhi PN [ta]-sa-li-a-niteppagani whoever (among you) who makes up and spreads untruths and seditious lies about Assurbanipal ABL 1239:15 (NA text of add oath); §a ana garri belija is-lu-ni liSdnSu issu harurtilu liduduni may they pull the tongue out of the throat of the man who lied to the king, my lord ABL 154:10; ina muhhi bitate... §a §arrubelz ipuranni md bitdte raspdte 8ina ma ta-sa-la-'-anni md basi taddni ana urddnika as for the houses about which the king, my lord, wrote me: The houses are built, you are cheating me in order to give them to your servants ABL 190:6; aqtibdk la asli-k[a] utakki[lka] la ubdS[ka] I have spoken out to you, I have not lied to you, I have encouraged you, I will not let you come to shame 4R 61 iii 40 (oracles); ina muhhi PN §a arru beld ipuranni md ana mini ta-sa-al-li ana Sarr&belija a-sa-al-li as for PN about whom the king, my lord, wrote to me saying, "Why do you lie?" would I lie to the king, my lord? ABL 204:11 and 13, see Parpola LAS No. 263; atd mannu in[a muhhi i]-sa-na-al-li ipahhiz

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sala'u C why would someone tell lies and boast about it? ABL 1132 r. 14, see Parpola LAS No. 65; ki annie iqtibia ma ana [.. .] PN
i-sa-na-al-li[. . .] ABL 1454 r. 4; is-sa-naal-lu-ka (in broken context) K.7560 r. 7 (= CT 53 397), see Parpola, OLZ 1979 34, cf. i-sa-na-li-i-[u] ABL 1202 r. 13, see Parpola LAS No. 281.

salhu B water sprinkling"); sald'u C. NA 4.GtJ
A.ME

SB, NA, NB;

b) IV: warham iten ITI.2.KAM e ta= lutma awiti e la tagmurma e a-si-li-' you must not use your power of disposition for a month or two, do not fail to settle
my case lest I be cheated 39:17. Kienast ATHE

a narati Sa MN §a sa-la-' stone amulet for (purification rituals in) rivers for Tagritu, for the bit salJ' me ritual (in list of texts of which copies are requested) CT 22 1:12 (NB let. of Asb.), cf. [en]uma nepesi Sa sa-la me-e ina TaSriti teppulu when you perform the rituals for the bit sala' me in MN
K.2798+8975:1, cited G. Meier, AfO 14 139 n. 2;

t

cf.

For Babyl. refs. see seld B. In

RA 35

48 No. 23:2 read i-za-ni, from zen. In ZA 43 17:58, tu-Sd-as-li-[.. .] is probably

namburb ma'dote bit they performed rimki Sd-la me-e nepese a asiputu IR. 9A.HUN.GA.ME§ many apotropaic rites, bit rimki rites, bit Sala' me rites, exorcisms, and songs for appeasing (the god) (for the substitute king's funeral) ABL
437:18 (= Parpola LAS No. 280); EN E

to be restored tuasli[m] or the like. sala'u C v.; to sprinkle; SB, NA; I islu' - isalla', 1/3, II; cf. sald'u C in bit sald' me.
a) sala'u: [A].MEg ana marsi ta-sal-

sa-la-'

A.MES (in catalog of ritual texts, between bit rimki and IM.BABBAR IM.DADAG.GA)
BMS p. xix K.2832+ :2;

bi-is Sa Talriti

la-' you sprinkle water on the sick man
Surpu I 13, cf. m ana marsi ta-sal-<la>-' AfO 21 18:37 (series mubu'u), also [A].MES

sa-la me-e neppa~ini would it be too soon if(?) we perform the bit sald' me ritual in Tagritu? (referring to the substitute
king ritual) Parpola LAS No. 136:11 (= CT 53 49:8), cf. DUG qabUtu 'd-la A.ME9 eppuu van Driel Cult of A99ur 90 vii 22 (coll.); 8-4

t

ta-sal-la-' Maqlu IX 192; 7 9AB KA i-da- pirsu sa-la me-e eighth section of the ti A Sur [. . .]-ti i-sa-la-' van Driel Cult of (ritual text) bit sala' m& (in colophon of A9sur 194:15; talt[all]e . . . is-sa-na-l[a-'] a guilla) BMS 48:18. he (Nabf) continually sprinkles the palm
shoots KAR 143:22, see ZA 51 134, also Laessoe Bit Rimki 19f.

t

[§a(?)] ... taltalle. . . i-sa-al-la-'-z-ni ZA 51 153:16; Itar me baldti su-ul-li-'-,i-ma (var. su-luh-§i-ma) ... IStar m& baldti islu-'-si-ma (var. is-luh-li-ma) (see saldhu
A) KAR 1 r. 30 and 34, vars. from CT 15 47 r. 34 and 38.

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salha salhI s.; (mng. uncert.); OB, Mari. self, you yourself know my s.
r. 15', see Kraus, AbB 7 35.

salimatu
CT 52 35

alpam immertam u sa-al-ha-am ki-miis(text -ma) gather the cattle, the sheep, and the s. TCL 18 78:8 (OB let.); a§um sa-al-hi-im §a GN §a taSpuram ... sa-alha-am §a GN ul tuwa§8a[r] regarding the s. of ubat-Enlil about which you wrote me, you do not want to release the s. of 8ubat-Enlil ARM 4 38:5 and 8, cf. [saa] l-ha-am wa§Ser ibid. r. 12'; ana Sulum sa-al-hi-i-im tMr[etim] uSepiSma I had an extispicy performed concerning the wellbeing of the s. (and the omens were bad) ARM 14 86:32. In ARM 14 86 the writer asks - in view of the bad omens - whether he should transfer the sheep (UDU.HI.A); it seems, therefore, that salhft (or salhu) designates the flock or part of it, while in TCL 18 78 salhi (or salhu) occurs beside cattle and sheep. The Akk. reading of the Sumerograms SUD.A and BU.A is unknown, and there is no evidence for reading them salhu; they occur as qualifications of lambs (8 SILA 4 SUD.A ana nepeSti bdrim eight.... lambs for an act of extispicy JCS 2 104 No.
6:5, also ibid. 1, 90 SILA4 BU.[A] (month ...

Possibly abstract to *salhu or *sal'u, "sick" (?), see sala'uA.
von Soden, BiOr 35 207.

salihu s.;

(a profession); Mari, MB; cf.

salahuA.
li. a.sud = sa-li-hu Igituh short version 248.

sdbum §a ana girrim la [s]abtu lu [LTj] sa-li-hu lu DUMU.ME LaJ ana ramanimma [S]a-[ap-ru] the men who were not conscripted for the expedition were either s.-s or free men, so they were sent on their own ARM 3 19:27 (Mari let.); (rations for) sa-li-hi Sa ana Isin Japru the s. who was dispatched to Isin PBS 2/2 103:12; prison sentence to PN aSum suhdra Sa La sali-hi §a Ga.EN.NA ana mu-§i-fli(?)1-e id. dinuiu because he gave the employee of the s. of the governor (of Nippur) to .... PBS 2/2 116:17; x barley given to L sa-

li-hu
PN

Petschow MB Rechtsurkunden No. 29:36;

sa-li-hu KASKAL ibid. No. 50:2'; PN sali-hu (in list of rations) BE 14 102:9, cf.

PN sa-li-ha BE 15 168:10, TuM NF 5 55:4, sa-li-hu PN BE 15 191:12, 19, and 22, sa-liha PN PBS 2/2 9:6, 132:6 (all MB).

day) SILA 4 BU.A x [x] ana nep[eltim] ninety .... lambs (for MN, day x) for an
act of extispicy VAS 9 107:8, cf. ibid. 1 and 5; 23 SILA 4 BU.A (preceded by SILA 4 .DU)

E.A.HI.A

CT 6 24c:5 and 10) and of garments (Got. ri-ik-sa SUD.A u la SUD.A a tepu i ana serija arhil iibilim promptly or not .... send me the cloaks, .... cloth (?), that you made OBT Tell Rimah 80:5, cf. t ug g uz.za SUD.A Reisner Telloh 191); cf. also SUD.A and BU.A referring to gold and to copper, see Bott6ro, ARMT 7 297f. salhiitu (or sal'utu) s.; OB.* (mng. uncert.);

The lex. ref. indicates for salihu a meaning "sprinkler of water"; in the MB texts the occupation cannot be identified with certainty. salimatu (salmatu, salimeti) s. pl.; ally, alliance, friendship; OB, Mari; cf. salad mu v. a) ally: umma Ama ina [GN] ina mdtim sanitim w[ardam] ana matim Saniti[m .. .] addin . . . umma anakuma matum [kalu]a sa-li-ma-tum §a belijama he said, "I gave the slave (that I took) in [GN], a foreign country, to [.. .] (another?) foreign country" - I replied, "The whole country is an ally of my lord's" ARM 14 79:24; ina mat GN sa-li-ma-tim Sa belija wardi u imeri ana minim talriqam why did you

jdti a-hi-ki u pagar[ki] gimli sd-al-hua]ttima tid be generous ti-a KI x [...
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salimil steal slaves and donkeys from Idamaraz, an ally of my lord? ibid. 51:12. b) alliance, friendship: sa-li-ma-tum 'a awil Egnunna ddstumma lapal tibni m2 illaku the friendship of the lord of Eshnunna is (hidden) treachery, (as) water
flows beneath the straw ARM 10 80:11 (oracle); ina sa-li-ma-tim-ma beli itanap

salimu joicing and happiness 5R
Berger, ZA 64 198.
35:22 (Cyr.), see

salimu see salmu. salimu (silimu, §almu) s.; 1. peace, concord, 2. reconciliation with the gods,
favor; from OB on;
§almu

silimu

Knudtzon

parakkum my lord always writes to you in a spirit of alliance ARM 2 25:16; sdbam
[Sdti] RN. . . kili lemuntim u sa-li-ma-tim

Gebete 150:5,

EA 136:13;

wr. syll.

and SILIM; cf. saldmu v.
KA.t6.si.ga = sa-li-mu-um OBGT XI v 21. ka. s ilim 9a.hudl.la : ina sa-li-mu hud libbi in peace and joy PBS 1/2 126 r. 35, see OECT 6 54 r. 9f.; dsilim.mu.un.zal : Nab2 DINGIR muta= barru sa-li-mi (among names ofNabu) 5R 43 r. 39. A god will oppose the desire of a man zag. ki.a KA.dlug nam.AMA.dlNANNA.zu li.bi.in. kin.kin : adi afrat sa-lim ilitika la ifte'u until he has been assiduous in visiting the sacred places for reconciliation with your divine majesty RA 12 74:31f.; lugal. e.ga.na.ra dutu.e.ta dutu. iu.us.se KA. dug.ga ab.ga.ga.a : Sa ana farri [migrisa] ultu sit [samli] adi ereb samli sa-li-me ilakkanu (Tagmetu) who from east to west establishes peace for the king, the object of her favor LKA 77 ii 26, see Ebeling, ArOr 21 366, for KA. DtG.GA beside salimu see mng. Id. a-ni-mu-t = sa-li-mu (var. sa-mu-mu) (before synonyms of remu) Malku V 76.

la ikallddu will not Hammurapi put those troops (of Mari) into captivity (meant for, or which brings) hardship (?) or s.? JCS 21
231:9' (Mari ext. report);

URU+BAD(?)

uncert.: §a ana sa-al-ma-ti-§u Sapku i-si-ma

itbal he requisitioned and took away what was stored in the cities (?) allied to him
Sumer 13 109:14' (OB let.), see van Dijk, AfO 23 66:19.

For the feminine personal name Sa-lima-tum
and passim in OB, Ranke PN 193b.

ARMT 13 1 vi 46, YOS 14 139:6, as hypocoristic of a per-

sonal name composed with saldmu, see
The meaning of the geogr. name URU Bdb-sa-li-me-ti OIP 2 74:70 and 76:100 (Senn.), Streck Asb. 30 iii 99, is uncertain.

in gen.: ulu 1. peace, concord -a) kakki uluma sa-li-m[u-u]m [4]a birigunu In the Mari ext. report the wording of whether there is war or peace between the query presupposes that salimdtu is them ARM 14 109:23; inannamimma sa-lisimilar in meaning, rather than opposed, mu-um itti PN ul iba44i at the moment to lemuttu; therefore an interpretation there is no peace with the PN tribe ARM "alliance" or the like is unlikely. Note, 1 8:8; between kings there is ahhitutdbitu however, the similar pairing in the phrase sa-li-mu u amatu [banitu] (see ahhutumng. alar nakri u saline used by Sargon, see 3b) EA 11 r. 22 (MB royal); bahulate mat salmu disc. section. A§§ur uma'iru inatalm&u sa-li-me (when) I ruled the people of Assyria amid obesalimis adv.; in a conciliatory way; SB; dience and peace OIP 2 48:5 (Senn.), cf. cf. saldmu v. li-pui ina sa-li-me let him exercise [the [x].x.bi [h6.en].t im. td m.mu : sa-l[i]-mi-if kingship?] amidst peace KAR 334 r. 4 l[i-x-(x-x)-k]a Lambert BWL 252 ii 4 (bil. prov(prayer); itekpu ... adannu sa-li-mu 54 erb). §anati (see ekepu usage a) VAB 4 284 enuma ana qereb Babili erubu sa-li-mi-iS x 18 (Nbn.); din kitti misaritalmd u sa-li-mu ina ulsi u ridtim ina ekal malki armd liSabSma let justice, obedience, and peace reign (in the country) CT 34 36:62 §ubat beluti when I entered Babylon (Nbn.); ardd massardti talm u sa-li-mu as a peacebringer, I took up a lordly residence in the royal palace amid re- ina mati ibaS4i retiring of the garrisons 100

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salimu (from the fortresses), there will be obedience and peace in the land Thompson
Rep. 27 r. 4, also ibid. 200:7, etc., cf. CT 39 22:2, Leichty Izbu VI 21, and passim; taAm

salimu epuSma arrange for a peace with good terms with Lullfim Laessoe Shemshara Tablets 80 SH 812:33; sa-li-ma-am epu[§] ARM 1 :4; mimmd sa-li-ma-am nippdS can we make
any alliance? Mel. Dussaud 2 991 c 23; itu

SILIM.MA ina mati iba§§i CT 39 30:33 (Alu),

tamG u SILIM.MU kalid isakkan Thompson Rep. 207A r. 1, (with ana Sarri) CT 40 40

r. 61; amut sa-l[i] -mi-im omen concerning peace YOS 10 11 v 11, cf. <amiut?> s[al]i-mi-im ibid. 50:9 (OB ext.); ARHU§ U
SILIM.MU ina mdti iba Si Thompson Rep. 211:4, also ACh Igtar 25:26, K.230:9; sa-li-im

d[lam] dtu ilwH sa-li-[ma-a]mi§ilumma when he had besieged that city he offered it peace ARM 2 42:8; sa-li-ma-am kil[...] offer [them?] a peace agreement ARM 1 71:13; URU GN... sa-li-im-su eleqqe ARM
4 20:11, also ARM 1 83:32, see von Soden, Or.

ki§§ati (there will be) peace throughout
the world 127:3, Thompson Rep. 99:9, wr. sa-lim ACh Sin 3:141;

kiSlati ibid. 100:4, SILIM.MU kiSati ibid.
SILIM-im kilati

matu sa-lim-'a ikkal the land will enjoy
its peace Leichty Izbu VI 46, cf. KUR SILIM-

d u KIR-,d ikkal ibid. II 63; rub bil lemuttiu ... ittiu isallim ana sa-li-me u§ablu the king's adversary will make peace with him, he will live with him in(?) peace ibid. XI 137; la sa-li-ma §a la magari[s] elta ippira[puh]puhd ina matifu lukinnu may (the gods) establish lack of peace accompanied by disobedience, battle, fights, and quarrels in his land AKA 253 v 102 (Asn.); aAar sa-li-me §a tiudu u paddnu iute[Sura ... ] in the peaceful place, where road and path are well main-

NS 21 82; sdbum ana kakkim ina panisu iprikmasa-li-im-su i[lqe] the troops made armed opposition to them (the Elamite troops) and exacted peace (from them) ARM 2 26:8, for other refs. see lequ mng. le-5'; note nipus sal-ma birinu EA 136:13 (let. of Rib-Addi); sa-lim PN usallam~unuti (see sandqu A mng. 7b) ARM 2 16:16; LUGAL-~ nakrutum sa-li-ma-am iSakka numa massunu aburriulabu (see aburru
mng. 2a) YOS 10 36 i 32, cf. sa-li-mu ina

mdtim idlakkan mdtum aburriuSa[b] ibid.
44:71, cf. also ibid. 36 iii 28 (all OB ext.);

§arru

nakrutu ipahhuruma SILIM.MA iaakkanu TCL 6 1:34 (SB ext.); mdtu ana mdti ihdqma SILIM.MU GAR-an (see hdqu A mng. 2)
ACh Sin 33:43; SAL.KfJR SILIM.MI GAR

(obscure) ACh amas 4:3.

tained

c) (with lapdru, bu'u, etc.) to ask for a peace agreement: ana sa-li-mi-im ana ser PN idtanapparu they constantly send referring to concluding a peace messages to PN (asking) for peace ARMT 13 b) agreement: haram... ugaqtilsa-li-ma-am 144:39; §arrum ajumma ana sa-li-mi-im birit GN u GN 2 agkun I slaughtered the iapparakku[mma] sa-li-im-4u teleqqe Yos 10 15:13f., cf. 18f.; nakrum ana sa-li-midonkey foal, (and) I made peace between the Haneans and Idamaraz ARM 2 37:13, [im] ilapparakkumma ibid. 46 iv 13, also cf. RA 36 50:18 and ARM 10 157:12, cf. ha- 43:9, 17:25 (all OB ext.); bel nukurtika SILIM. a-ra-am 'asa-li-mi-im qutulma (see haru) MA ibapparka CT 20 49:16, cf. CT 31 11 i 16, KAR 148:8, 15, 27, CT 20 7:9, cf. ana nakrika Syria 19 109:23 (Mari let.); three men from the Southern tribe ana sa-li-mi-im itti PN SILIM.MA taappar ibid. 10; andku u nakru SILIM.MA KIN.ME ikSudunim arrived for (concluding) peace ibid. 11; madtu §a nu with PN ARM 3 50:15; sa-li-mu-um ittakan kurtu ibpurukaSILIM.MA (gloss sa-li-i-mu) u hharrdnum iteer (see eSeru mng. 2d) ARM i'apparka Thompson Rep. 258 r. 5; Sarru ana 8arri SILIM.MU ilappar ACh Sin 24:47; 2 112:7; ul iSlakkan sa-li-mu balu mithusi peace will not be concluded without a fight Sarru ana larri sa-li-ma-am ilappar KUB Tn.-Epic "iv" 15; itti GN sa-li-ma-am damqiS 4 63 iii 10 (astrol.), parallel a-la-ma ilappar
Craig ABRT 2 17 r. 16 (= JRAS 1929

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salimu
RS 23.38:9 (courtesy D. Kennedy), cf., wr.

salimu with var. writing lu ina KA.DIG.GA si-lim tub[bdti] Knudtzon Gebete 150:5.

SILIM.MA KAR 428 r. 1; uncert.: lu abatunu

[.. .] sa-li-mu ana §arri [beli]ja altapra ABL 859 r. 22 (NB); ina utnen bdlu tespite e) in proper names: LT attu §a KA uba'f sa-li-me with prayers and supplica- sa-li-mu Nbk. 129:5, wr. SILIM.MU YOS 6 tions (the enemy lands) ask for a peace 77:28, SILIM-li-mu YOS 7 7:81; ina KA. treaty with me OECT 6 pl. 11 r. 9 (prayer SILIM.MA itti Marduk annamir (possibly
of Asb.), see von Soden, AfO 25 47:33; ina sa-li-mi-ia uqetti i-si-ta-ni Tn.-Epic "ii" bab ,ulmi, cf. [ina K]A SILIM.MA Sulmana appali[s] line 81) Lambert BWL 60:89 (Ludlul

20.

IV); see Bab-sa-li-me-ti cited salimdtu disc. section.

d) beside damqdtu and other synonyms: ema sa-li-mi-im u damqdtim ni ilim in. 2. reconciliation with the gods, favor nerriSu where there are to be peaceful - a) granted by the gods - 1' in gen.: and friendly relations, (a treaty under) i'iltiputra sa-li-masuknanni undo my guilt, oath is required Bagh. Mitt. 2 59 iv 17 (OB grant me reconciliation JNES 33 280:120 (SB let.); the messengers of the ruler of Eshlit.); lippasrakabattakunuSILIM.MU suknani nunna ana sa-li-mi-im u damqdtim ana ibid. 276:38, also BMS 21 r. 68; lessu iddd ikuna sa-li-mu (the merciful god) paid ser garrim illakunim will approach the king to (appeal for) peace and good rela- .attention to me, he showed me grace BA tions ARM 2 44:41; mannum Sa sa-li-ma-am 5 386 No. 4:10; [ina q]dt mdgiri [taa]kkani taSmd u sa-li-ma (see mdgiru usage a) u damqdtim la hahu who would not want BMS 33:16; x-ni taSmC u sa-lim ,ukun peace and good relations? ARM 10 140:8; sa-li-mu-um u damqdtum birini li akna inapija KAR 68 r. 3, also BMS 4:6, and passim
ibid. 14, cf. ibid. 4, cf. also RA 35 184 b 16;

in guillas, see Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 242;

gubat nehti SILIM.MU SIGa-tim ana KUR
Thompson Rep. 29 r. 3; sa-lim SIG 5 .ME9 ana

mdti ibaSli CT 39 30:32; SILIM.MU SIG 5 inamdtati GAR ACh Sin 34:52; sa-lim SI[G5]

qabd demd magdra kitta u sa-[li] -ma Aur liddinakku may A99ur grant you being obeyed when you give orders, justice, and reconciliation MVAG 41/3 12 ii 36 (MA rit.);
Ta metum belet talme Idkinat sa-li-mi
Limet Sceaux Cassites 5.8:3; TaSmetu ilat taSm&u sa-li-me AfO 16 306: 11 (Sin-Sar-iSkun);

: sa-lim GI.NA.ME

ina mdti [ibalSi] ACh

Supp. 10:8f., wr. SILIM-m SIG5 .ME5 Supp. 40 Sm. 253:11 and dupl. K.3191:5; [sa-l]i-im kindtim i lakkanma YOS 10 25:14 (OB ext.),

[an]a SILIM-mi-ka akmis 'apa[lka] JNES 33
276:62 (SB prayer); sa-lim ili ana ameli iba§i CT 39 6 K.9665:3 (SB Alu), cf. SILIMmu ili u itari CT 4 5 r. 8, see KB 6/2 p. 46; ina sa-lim ili u i[Star]i in-ne-[. . .] Kocher BAM 315 iii 14, cf. ina sa-lim damqdta hupti

cf. sa-lim kinati i~akkan ACh Supp. 2 27:7, for other refs. see kinatu usage b; mit:
gurtu sa-li-mu . . liMakin LKA 31:14, see

AfO 13 210; ana lakdn ade u sa-li-me uma'eru rakbeun umma sulumm ina bi: rinni liSakinma (see sulumm) Streck Asb. 12 i 123; will they take the city through an oath ceremony lu ina KA. DtTG.GA u sa-lim tubbati lu ina mimma §ipir nik[ilti 'a sa]bdt dli or through
friendliness and cordial peace negotia-

ilitiSunu (for translat. and context see
huptu C) ABL 1387:13 (NB); uqe'i reSki liira

sa-li-mu I have waited for you (Itar),
may reconciliation come to me BMS 8:8 and dupls., see Ebeling Handerhebung 63:27; kunnu ina reiki taSmid u magaru sa-li-mu LoretzMayer Su-ila 14: 19, see Ebeling Handerhebung 60;

tions, or through any clever ruse devised for taking a city? Knudtzon Gebete 1:9, cf.
19:6 and 150 r. 10, also PRT 1: 10 and 81-2-4,209:8 (tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert), and note,

ittika lirubu tasm2 ittika lirubu magdru ittika lirubu sa-li-mu KAR 58:18, see Ebeling
Handerhebung 36, dupl. CT 51 149:15; UD.25

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salimu sa-li-mu
Sumer 8 25 x 25, xi 24, also 5R 49 x 28, see RA 38 38 x 28 (hemer.); sa-li-mi SIG5 [. ..

saliqatu
r[asi?] sa-li-mu LKA 49 r. 2, dupl. Loretz-

Mayer Su-ila 77:4; 138;

[a]na etli tarassi sa-

ana firikti li] rukSu may he (Nabf) grant him the gift of benevolent reconciliation
JAOS 88 127 iib 9; ina mahar §angiSina li~akin sa-li-m[u] may reconciliation be established before their (the temples') administrators Ebeling Parflimrez. pl. 49:20 (NA lit.); L. [u.KU (?)].ME ~ ina halhallatu

li-mu LKA 60:16, see Ebeling Handerhebung
8a egugu lipSah kabat[tuk] 8a isbusu

lirSd sa-lim-mu may your mood that was angry grow calm, may that which was
angry show mercy Craig ABRT 1 31 r. 21, see KB 6/2 116; ill i~tariNAM.L.Ux(GISGAL).

KI.NE sa-li-ma BI [x x] iqabb the kali's
recite "the brazier (?) . . . . reconciliation"

to (the accompaniment of) the halhallatu
instrument (obscure) BRM 4 25:32 (NB rit.). ina pale RN sa-li-ma 2' with ra: ir~ima usahhira paniu in the reign of

LU SILIM-ma lirlsni may my god, my goddess, (and?) men show favor to me BMS 12:61, also, wr. sa-li-mu BMS 50:25; ilu ana GN SILIM-ma TUK.ME9 ACh Itar
4:4-6, (with itti GN) Supp. 34:30, 81-2-4,229: 1ff., (with opposite iSabbusu) K.3708:11, etc.

Nabf-apla-iddina he (Marduk) relented and turned his favor again (to Babylon) inamepaliSu.. . BBSt. No. 36 iii 17, cf. a ia
Marduk ana Bdbili sa-li-mu irSi ina Borger Esarh. Esagila ekalliSu irm
74:18, also JCS 17 129:9 (Esarh.), cf. Borger Esarh. 80:33, 70 § 40:6, also Lehmann Samag... gumukin 2 12 (pl. 8) 15, garrat-Kidmuri tarld sa-li-mu Thompson Esarh. pl. 14 ii 13

§ubassu

b) in relations between humans: sa-liim-ka bell ddriam eleqqe nadnam my lover, I will win your favor as a lasting gift JCS 15 6 i 25 (OB lit.); sa-li-im-ka libbaSdS summa (see basu mng. 4a) PBS 13 68:9 (MB let.); RN . . . ar milki u taSimti Sar taSm u sa-li-me 5R 33 i 12 (Agum-kakrime). salimu in bel salimi s.; ally; OB, SB; wr. syll. and EN SILIM; cf. saldmu v. be-el sa-li-mi-ka imdtma alSu talawwi

(Asb.); Marduk ana mat Akkadi a ikmilu

irgu sa-li-ma Iraq 15 123:11 (Merodachbaladan II), cf. Borger Esarh. 15 Ep. 10:19, parallel ibid. 16:26, see enenu B; itti mat Akkadi §a kimiltud isbusu irld sa-li-me VAS 1 37 i 19 (NB kudurru); ana biti ,uati remen Marduk irtaSi sa-li-mi VAB 4 110 iii 32 (Nbk.), also ana dli u biti Suati 96 i 19, and passim;

your ally will die and you will lay siege to his city YOS 10 25:49 (OB ext.); eli EN
sa-li-me-Si ar GN namurratu atbuk I heaped terror on his ally, the king of Elam
OIP 2 35 iii 70 (Senn.);

ilii EN sa-li-mi-[Su]

(var. EN.ME§ SILIM-mi-'i) the gods will
be his allies SILIM-mi-ka
Labat Calendrier § 32:11; EN (var. SILIM-ku) inakkirka cf. A x X EN KAR 426 r. 4 and 8 (SB ext.);

tarAl sa-li-mu she had mercy on the city and on that temple (and showed me a dream about the rebuilding of Eulmag)
CT 34 35 i 35 (Nbn.); Belet taSm& u s[a-lime] ina muhhi ,ume ,a [mar ,arri] ana ,arri belija u [biti'u] sa-li-ma tara§i the

your ally will become your enemy Leichty
Izbu XI 138, also KAR 465 r. 4, SILIM-mi-ka

EN SILIM-mi-su ana bel lemuttisu it&rSu
CT 38 33:9 (SB Alu).

Lady who commands obedience and reconciliation will grant reconciliation to the king, my lord, and his house for the sake of the crown prince ABL 661+1358 r. 9,
see Parpola LAS No. 201; belet reme u sa-limu tasakkaniremu tusarisa-li-mu (Ninlil)

saliqatu (salqdtu) s. pl.; boiled groats (?);

SB*; cf. saldqu A.
UTOjL sirpete mdkaltu sa-li-qa-te a dish

lady of mercy and reconciliation, you show mercy, you grant reconciliation
OECT 6 pi. 13:12f. (prayer of Asb.), cf. lu

of sirptuporridge, a bowl of s. (in a rit.) LKA 150:16; zer kardn ,elibi GU.[G]IG.ME§
sa-al-qa-te e-t[a]-na-ka[l(?)] isammu he keeps eating(?) seeds of "foxwine," .... ,

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salittu (and) boiled groats (?), and he will become thirsty Kocher BAM 260:9. Compare the similarly formed daliqdtu. salittu see salmu. salitu s.; (fishing) net; SB, NB. 5 sa-li-tum ibbi innand4imma give us five nets (and we will give you five hundred fish before a given date) PBS 2/1 208:5, cf. 5 sa-li-tum iddaSlunutu ibid. 8 (NB); [. . .] UR.KU kima nim-mul-li za-ah[h]a-ti usi ina sa-li-ti [. . .] the dog esflies Bauer caped from the net like ....
Asb. 2 72 K.5272+ : 13.

salmu

salmu (salimu, Salmu, ,alamu, fem. *sa, limtu, salittu) adj.; allied, friendly; OB, Bogh., SB, NA, NB; wr. syll. (Salmu in
EA, Bogh., sa-li-me Wiseman Treaties 112)

and SILIM; cf. saldmu v. a) in substantival use: itti sa-al-mi-ka salmaku I will be allied with your ally RS 1937 107:15 (Mari treaty); itti sa-al-mi-ia lu sa-lim(var. -lam) itti nakrija lu nakir
KBo 1 4 ii 6, var. from KUB 3 2:3; itti nakri

For Aram. etym. see von Soden, Or. NS
46 193. For ADD 909:9 see sellu.

§a ahdme [lu nakrdnu u it] ti sa-al-me §a ahdmes lu salmanu (see saldmu v. mng. la-2') KBo 1 10:59 (let.); nakrat u sa-alma-at mannum ideka whether you are hostile or friendly, who can know you? ARMT 13 145:11, note [Salmu a] ,ar GN aal-mu a ,ar GN2 KBo 1 1:73, also itti nakrijanakir u itti ,a-la-me-ia Sa-lim MRS
9 51 RS 17.340 r. 12, of. ibid. 36 RS 17.132:13, 49 RS 17.340:13 (from Bogh.); I made him

salku (snow) see galgu. sallahurfi s.; (a container); lex.*; Sum. lw.
gi.sal.la.hu.ra = MIN (= ta-kal-tu), sal-lahu-ru-i Hh. V 194f.

sallatu see saldtu A s. sallewe s.; (a dagger); EA, Nuzi; Hurr. word; pl. sallewena. 2 patru siparri arrakitu a sd-al-l[e]we-na two long bronze daggers of the s. type HSS 14 616:20, cf. 1 GfR sd-alle-we HSS 15 4:3, cf. ibid. 9, 31, and 48 (both

Nuzi); 1 sd-a-al-le-e-we siparr[i sa]karsu hurdsa uhhuz one bronze s., its pommel is encrusted with gold EA 22 i 39, cf. 10 sd-a-al-le-e-we-na la siparri ibid. iii 56 (list of gifts of Tugratta). sallu see sellu. salli see sullc A v.

swear Summa attunu sis( ana KtR.ME -ia sa-al-me-ia ta-ad-<da? >-nu-ni You are not to give horses to either my enemies or my allies Scheil Tn. 1125; lu inapinakriSu lu inapi sa-li-me-'i (var. sal-me-4u) (you swear that you will not heed any word against Assurbanipal) either from the mouth of his enemy or from the mouth of his ally (or of his brothers or sons or daughters) Wiseman Treaties 112; 8arri anassar L1j.K§TR.ME ina GI§ si-ga-ra-te LJ sa-al-mu-ti ina ma-da-na-ti ina IGI §epeu ubbala I (Itar) will protect my king, I will bring before his feet (his) enemies in neckstocks, (his) allies with

(their) tribute Langdon Tammuz pl. 3 iii 18 (NA oracles for Esarh., coll. S. Parpola); MuSkdja
pi u ittannandSiana sa-al-mi-niittuar the Phrygian has given us his word, he has become our ally Iraq 20 182 No. 39:10 (NA let.); note sis dlikit ideja 8a alar nakri u sa-al-mi la ipparakk ki-tul-lum the horsemen that accompany me and do not leave (my) side(?), whether in hostile or friendly territory TCL 3 132 (Sar.); in abbreviated form: pithallija 8a agar sa-alme (var. sal-me) ideja la ipparakki my

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salmu cavalry, which does not leave my side in (hostile or) friendly territory Winckler
Sar. pl. 33:85, also ibid. 99, 34:.114, and Lie Sar.

**salsalu
Lambert BWL 170:22, the reading [i]m-mani (cf. ibid. 277:12, see Deller, AfO 20 167)

257; [. . .] [gir-ral-ni§ a§ar sal-me §e-x[. .. ]-dS-tum HUL-tim uerrab like fire I will bring in the evil .... to the allied
lands (?)
Cagni Erra IIc 46.

is more likely than the otherwise unattested [sa]l-ma-nil. salqatu see saliqdtu. salqu adj.; boiled (meat); MA, NA, NB; substantival pl. salqdni; cf. saldqu A.
[x]. rxl. z al.1 e = SAR sal-qu-tum Nabnitu XXIII

b) in predicative use: see the Mari, Bogh., RS refs. cited usage a, also ARM
14 101 r. 4'; u andkuma . . . ittiSu sd-alma-ku BiOr 28 11 iii 22 (SB prophecy); atd

aninu sa-al-ma-ni attunu <<attunu> URU hal-su.MEA-ni tusabbata why should we remain at peace when you are seizing our forts? ABL 548:13, cf. also ABL 1134 r. 16
and 1360:3 (all NA); aldni . . . ammar sal-mu-u-ni Iraq 21 170 No. 59 r. 9, see Postgate Taxation 396.

126.

a) in attributive use: kima kal ittabU uzu sal-qu ippuluni (see apaluB usage b)
Ebeling Parfiimrez. pl. 15 iv 13, see Or. NS 22 29;

c) in attributive use: LUGAL.ME SILIM.ME9 K§JR.ME allied kings will
become hostile CT 31 50:15, cf. LUGAL. ME SILIM.ME9 ina SA [. .. ] CT 20 22
82-3-23,19:6 (both SB ext.); LUGAL.ME SILIM.

ME izennc LUGAL.ME KJR.ME (= nakritu) isallimu ACh Supp. 2 119:10; sa-lit-[t]um

kima uzu sal-qu ina IGI DN etarba when the cooked meat has come before A99ur ibid. pl. 14 i 16; adi sal-qu (var. uzu sal-qu) ikaladanni until the cooked meat arrives ibid. pl. 17 i 9, var. from pl. 18:4; UZU sal-qu Lt.SANGA DN the temple administrator of (will have the right to) the boiled meat (of the sacrificial bull, others have the right to head, skin, entrails, etc.) Ebeling Stiftungen 13:35 (all NA).

8arrat-nipha

iAtar i-ta-ri i-n[a] x [.. .] the reconciled goddess will return [. . .], with comm. salit-tu : sa-[lim-tu(?)] Lambert BWL 72:40 (Theodicy); ina muite sa-lim-t[i] inapille GN dl dan[nutifu] umair in (that) propitious night (RN) left GN, his fortified city, through a breach AfO 9 92 iii 28
(Samgi-Adad V), see Schramm Einleitung 109. Except for the text Winckler Sar. pl. 33:85 there is no support for the suggestion (Landsberger, ZA 37 86f.) that
and parallels,

b) in substantival use: 1 SILA NINDA GIG . . . ana sa-al-qi Assur 3 46 No. 12:12, also ibid 7 (MA); UDU.SISKUR.ME5 inassah sal-qu eppal he slaughters the sheep and offers the cooked meat (at the Akitu
festival) van Driel Cult of ABlur 88 vi 26, cf.

salmu assumed the sense "enemy" in later Assyrian; in view of the highly stylized literary character of the Sargon texts, it is better to take afar salme there as abbreviated from the frozen expression ajar nakri u salme. For the coalescence of the roots slm and
Slm in RS see Dietrich and Loretz, WO 3 216f. In dIum ina lubtisu li[tbi] x-ma-niS

kima sal-qu ina pan erua ippulu ibid. 100 ix 55; TA niq §a nubatti 'a TA sal-qu inassahuni inassuh he slaughters (the sacrificial bull) with the evening offerings which they sacrifice for(?) cooked meat ibid. 92 vii 47; [UZU].ME.Hi sa-al-qa-niina
IGI d[.
.

.]

BBR No. 61 ii 13 (all NA);

10

immere. . . anaAnu uAntu . .. ana sa-alqa ... DO -uS (on the 16th day of each month) ten sheep will be offered to DN and DN 2 as boiled meat RAcc. 79 r. 33 (NB). **salsalu (AHw. 1016b) To be read (,a) IR-al IR-U (= Saldl iSallalu, coll. J. Aro), see faldlu.

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saltu A saltuA (or Saltu) adj.; (qualifying grain); RS.*
g .ni-da(var. -di)NUNUZ, gU.zi.iz, zziiz ..a, GIG.

salutu sal'P s. pl.; fraud(?); OA*; cf. sald'uB.

gu. nidaNUNUZ = SAL-tum Hh. XXIV 130 ff.

burUx(ENXKAR) he.nun bulug.ba. til.la gur 5 SI.A (syll. Sum. e.bu.ur za. ar.tap.pa [x.x].na us.sa.a) : ebiru nuhfu huntu SAL-ti (my mother) is a bountiful harvest, piles of .. . grain Ugaritica 5 169:34f., for Sum. versions see Civil, JNES 23 2; gig.gli.nida(NUNUz) : ina kibti sal-ti von Weiher Uruk 5:37.

saltu B adj.; cut; SB; cf. salatu v.
gi.al. bar.ra = sa-al-tum, he-pu-u cut-up reeds Hh. VIII 262 f.

[ina N]A 4 .KA zaq-te sal-te with a sharp-

In ina sa'e fraudulently(?): kaspam ina sd-al-e la tugtenebbalma u kdrum gaddu'= atam la iltanaqqe you fraudulently (?) fail to send silver (to Assur) on any occasion, and thus the kdru is not able to collect the §addu'atu tax TCL 20 94:29, cf. kasapka i-sd-al-e tultenebbalamma u bit ,aniutim nishatim inassuhu you keep sending me silver fraudulently(?), and the firm of others collects the nishdtu dues KTS 15:4; ina sd-al-e idtanakkanamapput tur ramakka 'assir ina sd-al(text -ri)-e d1 ta-ga-<kd>-na[m] he keeps putting it on me(?) fraudulently(?), please, see to it yourself and do not put it on me(?) fraudulently(?) CCT 3 43a:20 and 24.
Veenhof Old Assyrian Trade p. 280 and n. 405.

cut flint knife (you scrape his lamsdtu)
AMT 101,3:8; uncert.: NA 4 .. U.GUR sal-te ekurri [.. .] a . . . . cut stone seal belonging to(?) the temple Grayson BHLT 72 iii 17.

salf see Salc. salu (.dlu) v.; (mng. unkn.); SB*; IV. IGIII.ME9 ameli is-sal-la the man's eyes
will be . . . . CT 20 11 K.6724:27 (SB ext.), wr. i§-dal-la ibid. 26:17.

saltu s.; (mng. unkn.); SB.* ana ameli ana ,ukkuri kalitu §d sa(text -ir) -al-te tasdk inakardni tanaddi in order to make a man drunk, you crush the kidney of a s., put it in wine (and he drinks it and will become drunk) Kocher BAM
260:5.

salulu word.

s.;

(mng. unkn.);

Nuzi*;

Hurr.

40 SILA ana sd-lu-li [zu]-urra-a §a fPN nadin x silas of barley was
given for the . . .. of fPN HSS 16 43:21.

AE.ME9

Reading uncertain, text probably corrupt. saltis adv.; (mng. unkn.); SB.

saluppu see sulupp. sal'itu see salhutu. salitu s.; kinship by marriage; cf. salatu A. OB*;

§umma AA.ME sal-tis ippuha // sa-alti-is // pi-ti-i§ if the solar disk rises
s. is . . . . Bab. 6 pl. 6 Sm. 2074:4, see ibid. p. 98, cf. [§umma A9.ME sal]-ti KUR-ha ina KUR-,' AN.MI
... -ly (with comm.)

[sals-a]l-ti-is-tigpi-ti-ig if the solar disk rises ... ly (it means) in its rising it is .eclipsed(?) because s. is . . . . RA 17 180 Sm. 1038 r. 5 (both astrol. comm.), see AfO 22 66 n. 3.

inanna mdratka ana mdrija idnam u sa-lu-tum ina birini la ipparras now give your daughter to my son (as wife), and let not the kinship between us be interrupted
Laessee Shemshara Tablets p. 63:37, see Kraus Vom mesopotamischen Menschen p. 48; Summa

beli sa-lu-tam itti PN ul haSeh OBT Tell saltil (like an overlord) see 8alti§. 106
Rimah 132:19.

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samadiru samadiru s.; plant); NA.* (an oleiferous aromatic
Sm. 753:2, in Bezold Cat. p. 1432;

samahu
mumma ubdn

I sa-ma-di-ri fPN oil of s. (to) fPN Iraq 23 19 (pl. 9) ND 2303: 1; I.ME§ §IM sa-ma-di-ir a fPN ibid. ND 2304:2 (both labels). For connection with Aram. semddrd "flower," see von Soden, Or. NS 46 193. samadu v.; 1. to grind into groats, 2. (uncert. mng.), 3. IV to be ground into groats; OA, OB, Bogh., SB; I ismud - isammud - samid, IV; cf. samdu, samidu B, sdmidu, samittu, simdu.
a-ra [HAR].HAR = te-[e-nu-um], a-r[a-ar-ru],s4ma-[du-um], sd-a[m-du-um] Proto-Diri 94ff.; [haar(?)] [HAR] = sa-ma-a-du Ea V 123; [mu-ur] [HAR] = [s]a-ma-du A V/2:241; [i]r(?) HAR = sd-ma-[du-um] MSL 3 221 G7 ii 5' (= MSL 14 99 383:2, Proto-Aa).

haAi qablitu ana imitti tehdt u sa-an-da-at if the middle "finger" of the lung approaches the right one and is s. CT 31 40 iv
17, cf. (in broken context) CT 30 18 i 6; gumma

§umel marti sa-[midl (preceded by sa-mid)
CT 20 44 i 47.

3. IV to be ground into groats: 1 (PI) §E §a anamundim ... is-sa-am-du YOS 13 7:4, cf. (barley) ana NfG.HAR.RA SIG5
is-sa-am-mu-ud RA 73 70 AO 8126:3 (both OB).

The stative refs. cited mng. 2 may belong to another verb samddu or samdtu, possibly as by-form of Samdtu, q.v.
Landsberger, OLZ 1922 337ff.

1. to grind into groats: [x] karpat arldtim [a]na marnudtim [i]s-mu-du (see marnudtu) TCL 4 84:20 (OA); ina x GUR .. . x ana sa-ma-di x ana tini out of x barley (received), x is to be ground into groats, x to be ground into flour VAS 7 170:3; PN KI PN 2 belisu PN 3 ana sa-ma-diim .. . iguriu PN 3 hired PN from his owner PN2 to do milling CT 33 32:5, cf. PN KI PN2 ahigu PN 3 . . . ana dipir sa-ma-di

9E.

samahhu s.; (a large net); lex.*; Sum. lw.
giS.sa.mah = gu-hu Hh. VI 163, cf. gi.sa. [mah(?)] = [...] Hh. VIII 199.

S.

. IN.HUN-§U

VAS 7 83:5, also Riftin 38:4;

1 (PI) mundam i-sa-am-mu-ud 10 ,urame ihappi (see mundu usage b) Riftin 38:6, cf. PBS 7 26:8; ana sa-ma-di liSkunu (in broken context) TCL 18 108:11; [x NA 4. HAR(?)] §a sa-ma-dim CT 45 75:17 (all OB); ,umma munda i-sd-mud (for context see mundu usage f) Dream-book 335 K.9945+ :16; (various plants) ta-sa-mu-ud (for fumigation) AMT 98,1:5 (= Kocher BAM 471 iv 7),
cf. [...] sa-an-da-atina NE AMT 29,7:2.

samahu v.; 1. to become involved in, to become united, 2. summuhu to mix, 3. summuhu to incorporate, to include a person among heirs, to unite in an alliance, 4. summuhu to ornament, to decorate(?), 5. 1/2 (11/4) to conspire, to be associated, to come to an agreement; from OB on; I ismuh - isammah (Nuzi
isemmeh) - samih (samuh MDP 14 51:9f.),

II, 11/2, II/4; in RS, Bogh. also wr. §um muh; cf. musammihtu, samhu, sdmihu, summuhu. 1. to become involved in, to become united - a) in gen.: sdbu'unu ana libbi ahdmeg is-mu-hu-ma the troops (of the Umman-manda) consolidated(?) (and marched against Harran) Wiseman Chron. 62 r. 60; [itti(?)] Bdbilaja abbeku[nu] saan-ha-tu-nu you are joined with the Babylonians, your ancestors ABL 815 r. 6, see
Dietrich Aramaer 178 No. 104.

2. (uncert. mng., a technical term in ext.): Summa manzdzu kima Sinni ,aradri putturma LAL.ME-~u sa-am-du if the "station" is serrated like sawteeth and its .... are s. KUB 4 72B:2; Summa ubdnu imittaa u gumelga tajdrdti sa-an-da-at (followed by kima ginni galldriput.turat) 107

b) in legal context: ana eqltija bitdtija u mimmu Iunduja la i-se-em-me-hu (other sons of mine) will not share in my fields,

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samahu my houses, or anything else of mine HSS
19 17:31 (Nuzi), see Speiser, JCS 17 65; I

samhu sa-mah you grind coriander and mix it with tallow Kocher BAM 240:35, cf. 16 riqqe anniti ... itti munziqi tu-sa-mah ibid.
42:31, dupl., wr. ta-sa-mah ibid. 44:38, cf. also 4R 59 No. 1 r. 22, Kocher BAM 571 iii 2 and

adopted PN eqletija bitati[ja] manahatija u dSi fil-se-em-me-hu HSS 19 51:8, cf. my daughter itti PN is-se-me-hu ibid. 14.

12 (= AMT 72,2 r. 9), 7 ,amme annuti i'tenis c) said of objects - 1' parts of the taha§§al tanappi itti lipi i kuri u SIM.HAB liver: summa kakki imittim ana libbi abul= tu-sa-mah Kiichler Beitr. pl. 9 ii 43, see Kocher lim sd-me-eh if the right "weapon-mark" BAM 575 ii 42; wine [ana akal] mutqi tuis . . .. into the "gate" YOS 10 46 v 40 sa-mah-ma (see mutqi usage b) BBR Summa padanu 2-ma ina KI (OB ext.); ana m i-saNo. 1-20:47, cf. SIM.LI ... 15 sa-am-hu if the "path" is double and am-mah (for usammah?) CT 51 95:15. in the area on the right they are .... b) other occs.: kab&unu ihaSSaluma CT 20 7:9 (SB ext.), also ibid. 10, 11 K.6724:13f., inappma ana libbi ahdmed'-sa-am-macf. ina appiunuu iMdiSunu sa-am-hu ibid. hu-ma they crush their pods, sift them, 7:11f., dupl. 3:33f. and mix them together ABL 1000:10 (NB). 2' metals: a [. . .] weighing one mina 3. summuhu to incorporate, to include [hurdsu si]parru[itti] ah[d]meS sa-mi-[ih] a person among heirs, to unite in an in which gold and bronze are alloyed °alliance - a) to incorporate: Summa a'lu TMB 62 No. 133:2 (OB math.). tahuma rabia 8a tappaiSu is-sa-am-me-eh a .. . Jammu gabar 3' other occs.: ... eqla ammar u-sa-am-me-hu-ni 3.TA. ,amme ina libbi sam-hu-ma la iSi sadiru AM-a-te iddan if a man incorporates (into (see sadiru mng. 2b) CT 14 9 r. ii 3 and his own field) a large tract of his neighdupl., see Hunger Kolophone No. 321:4; see also bor's, he will give three times the (amount mng. 2a. of) land he has incorporated KAV 2 iv 12 d) referring to sexual relations: Summa and 15 (Ass. Code B § 8), also, wr. u-sa-meamelu itti alpi ishurma itti alpi sa-muh hu-u-ni ibid. 25 (§ 9); for three years PN if (in a dream) a man goes about with an had been stealing my six awiharu of land, he destroyed the boundary (marker) ina ox and is united (sexually?) with the ox libbi <6 awihar> A.9A-, u us-se-em-mi-ihMDP 14 50 i 10 (dream omens), cf. ibid. 9. ru-mi and incorporated (the land) into 2. summuhu to mix - a) in chem. and his land JEN 653:8; minu[mm] eqleti med. texts: ana 1 MA.NA tersiti uqni 1 bitati §a PN itti eqleti bitati §a PN2 us-seMA.NA busu isteni' tahaaaltu-sa-mah for me-hu HSS 19 65:35; we (the adoptive each mina of tersitu preparation of lapis brothers) minumm eqletini bitatini ... u lazuli(-colored glass), you (take) one mina mimmu §unSuni ina birini us-se-em-[miof busu glass, crush them together and mix hu] ibid. 9. (them) Oppenheim Glass 44 § 15:116; burdSa b) to include a person among heirs: [.. . ni]n tahaMal ti-sa-ma-ah KUB 37 Summa ... ana eqletiSunu u ana bitdti~unu cf. Kocher BAM 92 i 13; 1:2, see AfO 16 48, (I swear 11 Samme anniti iMteni tu-sa-mah Iraq 31 la us-se-em-mi-hu-un-ni-ma 50:14, AMT 31,4:10; Samme that) they included me as heir to their 29:7, cf. CT 23 fields and houses RA 23 148 No. 29:10; ina anniti ana libbi ahdmeg tu-sa-mah Kocher cf. 8a tu-sa-me-hu ibid. 3; eqli u bitdti -se-mi-hu-e they included BAM 222:5, (various medications and) kalit immeri x (the adopted son) as heir to land and GIN qilip suluppi igteni8 tu(!)-sam-mah houses HSS 5 65:4; ina eqletilu bitdtifu ina STT 96:25; §E.L.SAR tasdk itti lipi tu- mimmu gunsu 8a PN la si-um-mu-hu (the 108

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samahu sons by a second wife) will not be included as heirs to lands, houses, or anything else belonging to PN RA 23 145 No. 12:24, ina eqletija u ina bitatija la su-um-mu-uh u la
izuzzu HSS 5 7:5, also ibid. 72:27, HSS 19 44:9,

samaku -mi) -eh-ma abusu RN sarraidik when his (Tugratta's) son conspired with his (own) servants, he slew king Tugratta, his father
KBo 1 2:29, var. from 1:48 (treaty);

summa

sdi-umVAS 1 110:6, ina eqletija ... la mu-hu HSS 19 23:18, [la su-u] m-mu-uh ibid. 14:20, cf. (the children of my divorced wife) ina eqletija u ina bitatija la us(!)se-em-mi-ih-hu ibid. 85:32 (all Nuzi); ana gabbi mimm2 [§a PN] la su-um-mu-hu
Ugaritica 5 3:5, cf. 2:11, MRS 9 50 RS 17.340:28, also MRS 6 114 RS 16.353:28, 137 RS 15.190 r. 7',

<<i>

ina IGI-ni-iu la izzazzuni issikunu la u-sata-mah-hu-ni (var. u-sa-ta-a-mah-u-ni) (you swear that) they (the sons of Esarhaddon) will be able to stay at his court and be associated with you Wiseman Treaties 282; the whole village of GN us(text TA)-sa-ta-mu-hu ina muhhi iSkari Sa Sarri have made an agreement about the iSkdru tax due the king Woolley Carchemish 2 136:21
(NA leg.), see Postgate Taxation 360, cf. \i-sa-

wr. Su-um-mu-[uh] ibid. 58 RS 15.146:8. c) to unite in an alliance: Hatti u Kizzuwatni lu Su-u-um-mu-hu atterutaina birisunu lu iteneppuSu (see epeSu mng. 2c
(atteritu))
KBo 1 5 iii 35 (treaty); [ninu

he-j-sii la nu-s[a-t]a-mah
No. 2:9 (NA let.),

we cannot

join forces with each other Iraq 17 26 (pl. 5)

salmanu u ninu] sum-mu-ha-nu Edel Der
Brief des agyptischen Wesirs Pasijara 122 Bo.

69/608+ :21; DN imuru matati annti ni-ikra-ma ana libbi ahameS su-um-mu-hu (when) Ahuramazda saw that those countries were hostile and in league with one another VAB 3 89 § 4:21 (Dar. Na).

TA aheis u-sa-ma-[. .. ] CT 53 107:3; andku issu annaka lallika ina libbikunu lu-s[a]-me-eh I will come from here and join with you (pl.) Iraq 17 26 (pl. 5) No. 2:16; la bel hitti andku md la us-sa-taam-mah issiSu I am no criminal, I am not in conspiracy with him ZA 51134:17, cf. ibid. 153:18 (NA lit.).

It is difficult to specify the difference in meaning between summuhu and bullulu, d) uncert. mng.: isiq bd'ir[utu] Ezida both "to mix," in medical texts, or be... a PN A Lj. U.HA -[sal-am-me-hi-im tween qerebu and samahu (summuhu) in mala ahame ina ali u seri ikkal the legal contexts, see qerebu mng. 5. benefice of fishermen of Ezida which PN, the fisherman, .... -ed, they will share samaku v.; 1. to dam a canal, 2. to the benefit equally in city and country TuM 2-3 206:9 (NB), and see musammihtu. reject(?), to remove(?), 3. summuku to chase away, remove (?), 4. IV to become 4. summuhu to ornament, to decclogged(?); from OB on; I ismuk - isam= orate (?): gold objects NA 4 .HI.A sum-mu- mak - samik, II, 11/2, IV/2; cf. samku, hu studded(?) with (precious) stones EA samkitu. 14 i 15f. and iii 28; [.. .] Sa hurdsi [u Sa n[i-mi-en] [NIGIN] = sd-ma-kum Proto-Diri 67; ka]spi Kt..GI sum-mu-hu daSi (see dasi) [(x)].LU = sa-ma-ku, sa[har].nigin = MINad SAHAR Antagal VIII 184 f. ibid. i 48; 1 NA 4 tapate su-um-mu-hu one studded(?) glass flagon(?) EA 22 iii 35, 1. to dam a canal: Sa ana m2 sdcf. EA 14 ii 65, iv 4 and 6; 1 GAL Sa KIT.GI ma-ki-im Saknu liSdbilamma ana me la SIG5 UD [. . .] sum-mu-uh GUD [a . . .] iptanarrika dil'tius-x-x-x-ni let him send one cup of fine gold [. . .] decorated(?) here the one appointed to dam up the with an ox [. . .] KUB 4 95 r. 7 (let.). water, they (fem. pi.) must not keep making obstacles about the water, .... 5. II/2 (11/4) to conspire, to be associated, to come to an agreement: enuma my water-hoisting machine John Rylands mdrusu itti arddnisu us-se-em-me(var. Library 927:40 (OB let.), courtesy J. Westenholz; 109

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samaku nem sm sa-mi-ik-ma (see su C) TLB 411:39
(OB let.). has become clogged(?)
Larsa 48 No. 36:15 (OB let.).

samane
Walters Water for

2. to reject(?), to remove(?) - a) to reject(?) a person: nd'ikdn4a ihhassi la i-sa-ma-ak-i the one who had intercourse with her will marry her, he may not reject(?) her KAV 1 viii 37 (Ass. Code §55). b) to remove(?): Ninurta bel mi<8>ri u kudurri misiru li-is-muk [kudur]raSu lissuhi may DN, lord of border line and boundary marker, remove (?) his border line and tear out his boundary marker
RA 66 166:37, also 173:69 (MB kudurrus); [. .. ]

Deller and Parpola, Or. NS 37 466 n. 1; Frankena, SLB 4 p. 40.

samallu see samdnu B. samaltu see *zamaltu.

samalu s.; mdlatu.

(a cup);

OA, SB;

pl. sa=

isabbat [.. .] inaqqar[.. .] i-sa-am-ma-ak (a future king) will seize [. . .], will destroy
[. .. ], will remove (?) [. . .] 30 i 19. Grayson BHLT

summuku to chase away, re3. move (?) - a) to chase away, remove(?): kima kalbi ina hatti kima anduhallat ina kirbanni kima kibsi immeri li-sa-am-meku-li-ma litiquSi (see kirbanu mng. la) Maqlu V 44; Elamta iheppi aldnisauhappa URU berdtia u-sa-ma-ak he will destroy Elam, demolish its cities, remove (?) its fortresses BiOr 28 12 iii 24 (SB prophecies); §umma ina silli §a ilani urkiu ana pant la usammakakkununi (you are) under the protection of the gods, no one will
rebuff you (pl.) later tesy A. R. Millard.
unpub. NA let., cour-

a8u a-rim u sa-ma-l[i] (obscure) Labat TDP 22:33, with comm. sa-ma-li GfJ.zI (= kasu) STT 403:39, see Landsberger Date Palm p. 24; 2 sd-ma-ld-tum [Sa ta]skarinnim RA 60 103 MAH 16659:4; for other OA refs. to samaldtum see the refs. cited sub *za maltu. samalu see samdnu B. samana-egrfi see *sama§Seru.

samanat see samdne. samane (fem. samanat, Ass. gamdne, 'a: mdnat) num.; eight; from OA, OB on; wr. syll. and ussu, usst; cf. Arahsamna, samdniu, samdnai, samdnutu, *samad§erl, samnu num., *samuntu, sumuntu, *su mun.
us-su 8 (wr. with eight vertical wedges) = §dma-na-at Ea II 257; us-su, i-ku KI.MIN 8xA§ (i.e., 8 wr. with eight horizontal wedges) = §ama-na-at, KI.MIN GAN eight iku ibid. 142 f.; burus-su 8xBtrR = a-ma-na-at bur eight bur ibid.

b) uncert. mng.: sippu §a pa§iuri u pa-ni§a sal[me] us-sa-am-me-ik (see sippu
mng. 4) ABL 611 r. 4 (coll. K. Deller); uncert.:

the king's servants said to me, "Why do you not approach the king?" and I said ammaka us-sa-me-ku . . . ammaka us-saam-me-ik u annaka tura ina pittimma lusa-am-me-ik they have .... -ed there (then I went and embraced the king's feet), I .. . .-ed there and here I will

180; ud.8.kam = sa-man-ti (vars. sa-ma-an-ti, saman-na-[at]) u 4 -mu Hh. I 185.

(a textile) tii inammitim lu urukgu ga-ma-ni ina ammitim lu rupu§Su (see
ammatu A mng. 2f) TCL 19 17:36 (OA);

likewise . . . . again ABL 1148:4 and
(NA).

10f.

sa-ma-ni gandtim tdhazam epulma I waged war for eight years RA 8 65 i 8 (ASdunierim) and dupl. CT 36 4:10;

sa-ma-ni

(in

4. IV to become clogged (?): Summa na-ru-u-um it-ta-as-ma-ak if the canal 110

broken context)

MKT 2 55 VAT 8522 r. 1

(OB), cited TMB p. 230.

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*samani§u

samanu A explaining sag.nim.nim ti.la (title of a series) KAR 44:19; summa amelu NIM.
N[IM G]IG = sa-ma-nu Uruanna IV i 6 (cour-

*samani u adv.; eight times, (with ana) into eight; SB, NA; wr. 8-s; cf. samane.
a) eight times: 8-§u Puratta ebir wo 1
466:55 (Shalm. III), and passim, always written with the numeral 8.

tesy F. Kocher); Summa amelu sa-ma-nu lu samu lu salmu lu arqu . . . it-tab-[i] if

(in the body of?) a man red or black or
green s. occurs Kocher BAM 409:11, but Summa serru sa-ma-nu isbassu ibid. 17, cf. Summa Serru adZ u sa-ma-ni(var. -nu) isbassu Labat TDP 222:38; Summa amelu qaqqassu sa-ma-nu sabit Kocher BAM 494:35

b) ana samaniSu into eight: §a rehuni a-na 8-Su issi ahheSu izuaz what remains

(of the estate) he (the oldest son) will divide into eight shares (to share) with his
brothers MVAG 8/3 27:11, see ARU No. 46.

and38; sa.ad.ni.im (var. sa.ad.[ni]m)
samanitu see saman. samanu A (samanu) s.; 1. (a disease 2. (a noxious of man and animals),
ZA 45 13 i 18 (Sum. inc. from Bogh.),

insect);

OB, Bogh., RS, SB;
AMT 1,3:6).

wr. syll.

im. 9u.ub - s.-disease has befallen him cf. alar sa-ma-nu isbatugu [x] (you recite the incantation and) wherever the s. had seized
[. . .] Kocher BAM 324 i 11, KI sa-manu KE -ma [sa-ma]-nu ik-kal-la ibid. 17f.;

(in Bogh. samanu) and (in mng. 2) UR.
ME.ME (UR.ME.E s a. m a.n = 8 sa-ma-nu Nabnitu XXII 231; s a. ma.n[a] = [sa-ma-nu] ErimhuS I 264, also Izi N 16; s a. m a. a. [n] a = sa-ma-a-nu-um Nigga Bil. B 267; sag.nim = sa-m[a-nu], a-das-a-tu, ra-pa-du, ru-pu-du Kagal B 214ff., sag.nim.nim = KI.MIN (i.e., the same four equivalents) ibid. 218ff.; ur. me = sa-ma-nu-um, k[a-l]a-ab gamas UET 7 93:36f.; [...] = sa-ma-nu (preceded by simmu, saddnu) Practical Vocabulary Assur 1001; [.. .] = [sa]-ma-nu MSL 9 97:216 (SB list of diseases). udu. [sa]. ad.nim = MIN (= im-me-ri) sa-ma-nu, MIN ra-pa-du sheep with s.-disease, sheep with rapddu disease Hh. XIII 57 f. nam.tar a.sag sa.ma.[na] (var. NIM(!). NIM(!)) : namtaru asakku sa-ma-[nu] 4R 29 No. 1 r. i 21f., var. from dupl. STT 182 r. 7, also STT 161:35f.; igi.gig a.sag sa.ma.n : murus ini asakku sa-ma-nu CT 16 31:96, also Craig ABRT 1 sa.ad.nim 18:19f.; sa.ke~da sa.nim.ma.l1 sa.ma.num sa.ni.dub sa.ni.hul : maskadura= pddu sassatu sa-[ma-nul nipis sir'ani sir'dnu lemnu ASKT p. 82-83 i 20f., see Borger, AOAT 1 4; nim.nim (var. sa.ma.nu[m]) kur.ta gin.na nim.nim id. da bal.e : sa-ma-nu istu sade urda sa-ma-nu ndri etebir - s. came down from the mountain, s. crossed the river STT 178:17ff. (inc. against samanu), var. from 4R Add. p. 6 to pl. 26 No. 7:9f., cf. x x nim.nim su.hu§ gir(text . hu).h : sa-ma-[nu] qdti ezzetu sepu ezzetu STT 178:38f.

him

ana sa-ma-nu himetu for s., ghee TCL 6 12
lower portion vi 1; (J sa-ma-ni nasdhi

[the
U

...- plant] is a plant to eradicate s. CT
14 41 Rm. 362:6, cf. [

sa-mi] sa-ma-ni :

sa-su-un-tl Kocher Pflanzenkunde 11 i 3 (Uruanna II 47); §F I9.LUM : sa-ma-ni ibid. 30b iii 3; [U] x IGI 1 : 0 sa-ma-ni ibid. 31

r

r. 7; Summa mursu ,ikinu EN(?) sa-ma-nu gU dME.ME if the appearance of the disease . . . s., it is the "hand of Gula"
Iraq 18 132 (pl. 24) ND 4358:23 (catalog); note

in enumerations of diseases: Sanddu sama-nu-um [g]irgiSu . . . iftu serret Sam& urdini (see serretu A mng. 4a) JCS 9 8 B 3,
cf. parallel ibid. A 4, cf. ibid. B 10f. and A 10,

also aim sa-ma-nu-i-um epqenu alatti num u girgi lum YOS 11 18:2 and 15, cited JCS 9 11 (all OB incs.), also anddu sa-ma-nu aii AMT 26,1:5 (SB recension); epqenu kis satu x-[x] Sikka[t]u aad Sanddu // sa-ma-nu STT 136 iii 33, cf. ibid. 43; girgiS<a sa-ma(!)[nu] (var. sa-[mal-a-nu) KAR 233:25 (=
Kicher BAM 338) and dupls., var. from STT 138:22, see MSL 9 105 and Walker, BiOr 26 77;

siriptu epqena sa-[ma-nu .. .] CT 23 3:10,
dupl. AMT 31,2:2f.; [aS2 sd-ma-nu amur riqdnu ahhdzu [. . .] Ugaritica 5 17:22,

1. (a disease of man and animals) a) in gen.: Summa Lfj sa-ma-nam marus if a man is ill with s. KUB 4 49 iii 4, cf.
Summa amelu sa-ma-nu marus KAR 44:19, 111

amurriqdnu [.. .]-ma-nu sa-ma-nu sagba-nu [Sand]du lgadatu girgiSgu sa(!)-danu K.8487:5.

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samanu A b) affecting sheep: see Hh. XIII 57, in

samanu B

lex. section. 2. (a noxious insect) - a) as agent of the disease: sa.ma.na ka.pirig.gd
zu.mug.ugumgal ur. [hu.ri] .in.na

tana§assu] every day you crush(?) a s. and anoint him (with it) in honey and ghee
RA 53 8:44 (SB med.), cf. sa-ma-nam tes&[r
... ] ina himeti E§.ME9 KScher BAM 494 iii 49; O sa-ma-nam [.. . ina Sizbi] tald AMT 41,3:6 + CT 23 27 ii 18 (= Kocher BAM 480 ii 18).

kun. a[1] .lul (enuru incantation:) the s. has lion's mouth, dragon's tooth, eagle's
claw, crab's tail ArOr 17/2 213f.:2 and 18 SAR (inc. against samdnu); UR.nim1.gazi

[i].kd.e nu[mun 2 ... ] : sa-ma-nu kasi
ikkal elp[eta .. .] STT 219 ii 4f. (inc.); [s]a-

ma-[nu] halip sdnti [ep]iS [me]siru 8a
uqn [kima] kakkabi issarih- s.-insect,

covered by carnelian, whose belt is worked in lapis lazuli, it flashed like a star
KAR 181 r. 6, see Landsberger, MSL 2 114, dupl. K.2402+ r.(?) 3.

The fact that samdnu affects grain as well as animals and humans suggests that it was an ergot-like blight, causing spots on grain and having a poisonous effect on those who eat the grain. If the word is connected with sdmu, "red," it points to the same metonymic naming process as Latin robigo "rust," etymologically connected with ruber "red."
Nougayrol, ArOr 17/2 215f.; Landsberger, MSL 9 105f.

b) a pest affecting barley:

Se'am sa-

ma-nu-um isabbat RA 67 42:23, also, wr. sa-ma-nu RA 65 74:72 (both OB ext.), also ACh 8amas 14:19, Supp. 2 I~tar 55:18, 22, VAT 10218 iii 6; sa-ma-nu A.AA A.GAR.BI Klj
Bab. 3 139 K.3901+82-3-23,5219:19', and dupls. K.8332+, etc. (courtesy F. Rochberg-Halton);

(samunu, samalu, samallu, samanu B samullu, Jamullu) s.; (a tree); OA, NB, Akk. Iw. in Sum.
gi. IR (var. adds gig.a.mul) = sa-mul-lum (vars. sa-mu-lu, sa-mal-l[um]) Hh. III 3; gi[§-nu] [GI.IR] = sa-mul-lu Diri II 219, cf. [gig-nu] [GI9.IR] = [sa-mu-ul-lum] Proto-Diri 130; [nu-ui] SIR = sd GI9.IR sa-mu-lu Recip. Ea B 4. gis.sa.ma.LUM (var. sa.mul.lum) = 9u Hh. III 447, cf. gi.sa.ma.na(vars. .num, .nu.um) MSL 5 132 line e (OB Forerunner), gi.sa.mu. nu (all followed by sama/usu) ibid. 131:6 (RS Forerunner).

epimiqitti bul akkan ukulti 'a-ma-nim demics among cattle, devouring by the s.
KUB 4 63 iii 16 (astrol.); INIM.INIM.MA

[mi]na dkila [mubattira] [sdsiral sa-man[a] kalmat eqli ina libbi eqli lil (see
mubattiru) STT 243 r. 1 (inc. against kalmat eqli), cf. ibid. obv. 9; aumma sa-ma-nam imur
suru) K.2244:12, cited AfO 18 75 n. 35.

[...]-nim sd-ma-lim (followed by if he sees a s. (preceded by sasiru, sas= [...]-zu 8a butni and [.. .] 8a taskarinni) c) as medication: sa-ma-nam 4 ta-[sdk . .. ] ina himeti labirtituballal you
crush a wall-s. [...] and mix it in old ghee (for kurdru carbuncles) AMT 65,5:21,
cf. UR.ME.E §a

§a I.siG

TCL 4 42 r. 3' (OA); 3 ma.na gib.sa.ma. lum Or. 47-49 No. 167:1, coll. Waetzoldt, Oriens Antiquus 17 42; 2 hallimdnu ... ana muhhi

GI§ sa-mul-lu la aSpura .. GI sa-mul-lu S. . gabbi ana ekalli u'ebbila (I swear)

lowed by the [] (for ma-nam 'a .SIG 4 ta-kar-ma guratu eczema) AMT 17,1 ii 4; ettutu §a igdri zumbi him[eti] UR.ME.[ME a .SIG 4] GfR.TAB (you roast and grind together)
scorpion Or. NS 40 137:1 (namburbi);

ta-sdk [.. .] (folsame inc.) AMT 1,3:6; sa4

I.SIG

A

that I have sent two rafts for the s.-wood, I will send all the s.-wood to the palace
ABL 462:11 and 13 (NB).

This tree mentioned near the beginning of the tree list of Hh. occurs only very rarely in cuneiform texts. Bel-ibni's letter
to Assurbanipal (ABL 462) sent from a

a wall-spider, a ghee-fly, a wall-s., and a

imak= campaign against Elam speaks of samullu
112

kal sa-ma-nam tes~r ina dilpi h i[meti tap=- logs to be sent to the palace. This indica-

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samanf tion and the fact that samullu wood and objects made thereof are absent from all tribute lists and inventories of temples and private persons seem to indicate that samullu was an "Eastern" tree. The designation gi 9. nux(IR) suggests a shining wood, perhaps white sandalwood, originating in India (Low Flora 2 341ff.). samanfi (fem. samdnitu) num.; 1. eighth, 2. one-eighth; MB, EA, SB, NB; wr. syll. and 8 with phon. complement; cf. samane. 1. eighth: ina sa-ma-ni-i adi gaturri [he will be cured] on the eighth (day) by
dawn Syria 33 122:12 (MB med.); ina saki.bal.a.se

*sama§era
nuku[rti] dari sa-ma-nu-ti ra-k[ib] he rides the eight winds to the enemy land Lugale II 33.
im.8.am mu.un.u
5

: ana mdt

The Seven gods sa-ma-nu-td ahdssunu dNa-ru-di a group of eight (with) their sister Naru(n)di AfO 14 144:76 (bit mesiri). See also sumunutu, cited as var. s.v. sumuntu. samaru s.; (mng. unkn.); SB.* 8umma sinniStu indaakima sa-ma-rikar= rama if a woman's eyes are as .... as S. Kraus Texte 25 r. 10; uncert.: [sal(or f[il)-ma-ru §akndku I (Ninsun) wear(?) a .... (when I go in procession, charm falls like dew) Or. NS 36 126:164. Perhaps an ornament or jewel, if the second text indeed has [sal. samaru see semeru. samaru see zamaru B. samasu (samusu, samulzu) or plant); lex.* s.; (a tree
vu-su

ma-ni-i DN at the eighth (gate stands) DN EA 357:70 (Nergal and Eregkigal); 8ala uma u rebd ... sebd sa-ma-na-a tiSd a third day and a fourth (a fifth, sixth), a seventh, eighth, and ninth Gilg. IV vi 10, cf. 8ala u reb. . . 8-a 9-a u 10-a Gilg. X iv6; 8-4 nishu eighth excerpt CT 30 42:27 (colophon); §umma 8-4i umu if, (as) its eighth variant CT 31 38 i 6, cf. CT 20 28:4 (SB ext.); ina 8-e girrija on my eighth campaign OIP 2 41:17 (Senn.), also Streck Asb. 46 v 63 and 122 vi 10, but ina 8 palja WO 1 464:41, WO 2 32 ii 31, and passim in Shalm. III, also Lie Sar. 127; a lion entered the city ina GIS.SAR 8-ni-tum imuru uma they found it in the Eighth (?) Orchard
King Chron. 2 83 iii 12.

gis.sa.ma.zum (var. sa.mul.zum) = f (OB Forerunner), gi..sa.mu.zum (RS Forerunner).

Hh. III448, cf. gis.sa.ma.zum MSL 5 132 line
ibid. 131:7

Phonetic var. of samullu, samunu, sa= mdlu, samallu, all listed sub samdnu B, cf. irgis/lu, magillu/magisu, margin/su, na: mullul namusu. *sama~lerf (samdAur2, samana-eSr) num.; one-eighteenth; LB; wr. syll. and 18 with phon. complement; cf. samdne. mi-Sil ina sa-ma-tu-ru-u (var. 18-u) BM
93002:2, 10, 14, and 18, cited Sachs, JNES 5 214 sub (11) and MCT 143 n. 337 (Sel. math.), cf. 18'-u ina se-bu-u NCBT 1954:2, cited JNES 5

2. one-eighth: 7,30 sa-ma-nu-u Hunger (a legal 30-'-u complaint about) sa-ma-nu-zi §a iten iamu one-eighth plus one-thirtieth (share of the prebend) (the sum of A+ u+A) for one day TCL 13 243:3; 8-'
Uruk 101 ii 3 (table of reciprocals); Sa PN Freydank Wirtschaftstexte No. 26 r. 2;

sa-ma-nu-u ina se-bu-u GI9.AUB.BA BRM 2
16:2, cf. ibid. 11:2.

See also samanutu. samnfitu s.; group of eight; SB*; samane. cf. 113

214 sub (13); PAP sa-ma-na-e8-ru-uina arhi

total, A (of the prebend) in the month BRM 2 3:20; PAP 2-ta SUI.ME 8'a umu u 18-'-u 8a imu (of a prebend, see qdtu mng. 11b-1') VAS 15 28:4; 18-'- . . . 8a

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sama~SurAi iSten umu
ibid. 4:2, 10, and 15; 18-'-['f] GI .§UB.BA-~ ibid. 37:2, cf. ibid. 7 and 21ff., halllru mng. la)
GaJ.GAL

samidu A x GO.GAL sd-am-da-a-tim sibilam (see
YOS 2 58:6 (OB),

cf. x

18-'u ina Siri baal u baltu mng. 2) ibid. 4.
Sachs, JNES 5 213f.

(see baslu

sa-am-da-t[i] Kraus, AbB 5 211:6', x G1J.GAL sd-am-du (in list of staples) ARMT 12 696:14; you boil in water 1 SILA
Gf.GAL sa-an-du-td Hunger Uruk 63:9; you put into a burzigallu pot G(r.NfG.HAR.RA

sama~i

urf see *samdSer.

sama u v.; 1. (uncert. mng.), 2. II to hide(?), 3. IV to go into hiding(?); Mari, SB; I isammus, II, IV; cf. sumSu.
sa-ma-fi = sa-pa(var. -rin)-nu LTBA 2 1 vi 37 and dupl. 2:374.

(see ki§§anu) sa-an-du-ti Kocher BAM 159 ii 8.

See also zdtu s. sameqa s.; (a plant); plant list.*
1.UDU BURU 5 .HABRUD.DA : sa-me-qa Kocher

1.

(uncert. mng.): hablu sagsu [. .. ]

Pflanzenkunde 28 i 18, dupl. CT 37 26 i 6.

ta-sa-mu[S] OECT 6 pl. 27 K.3260 r.(!) 18 (coll. R. Borger).

sametu see samitu. samgani see sangdni. samhasu (samuhasu) plant); lex.* s.; (a tree or

2. II to hide(?): 8a ina pan tebibtim ahaSu ulu mdragu u-sd-am-mi-§u li alter [su] whoever has hidden(?) his brother or son in the face of registration should have him inscribed on the rolls ARM 14 61:9, cf. [. .. be]lija u-sd-am-ma-[s]u-Su-nu-ti (in broken context) ARM 2 108:7. 3. IV to go into hiding(?): sdbum la Satrutum sa ina pan tebibtim is-sd-am-Ju the unregistered men who went into hiding(?) in the face of registration ARM
14 62:7.
In KAR 337 r. 3 read probably [ina d-g]i-miJu, see Lambert, Meek AV p. 12. von Soden apud Talon, RA 73 145 n. 7.

gi. sa. KAK = sa-am-ha-su, gig. sa. KAK.KAK (var. or gloss: gis.su.[x1.[x.x]) = [MIN], gig. sa.BU (var. gi.sa.B[U.x]) = MIN, gig.sa.am.

ha.zum = MIN Hh. III 452ff., see MSL 9 166;
[gi. s]a.am.ha.zum (in Sum. list) StBoT 7 pi. 2a iii 3 (= KBo 26 6), cf. gig.sa.mu.ha. zum RS Forerunner to Hh. III iii 8, in MSL 5 131.

samhu adj.; cf. samdhu.

assorted, mixed(?);

SB*;

NIG.NA(var. adds .ME ) sam-hu-ti (vars. -ta, -td) isakkan (for Marduk, amag, and other gods) he sets out assorted censers Or. NS 40 172:32 (SB rit.).

sambiharuk adj.; Kassite word.

(mng. unkn.);

MB*;

For pl. forms in NA see summuhu. samidatu see samidu B. samidu A (simidu) s.; (a spice plant or vegetable); OB, Bogh., Nuzi, MA, SB, NA; wr. syll. and T.KUR.ZI (SAR); cf. issur samedi.
[o ... SAR] = sa-me-du (preceded by ne-ni-u) Practical Vocabulary Assur 69.

1 sa-am-bi-ha-ru-uk (in a list of Kassite names for horses) CBS 12617:13, in Balkan
Kassit. Stud. p. 20 No. 11.

samdakku see santakku disc. section. samdu (sandu) adj.; (coarsely) ground; OB, Mari, SB; cf. samddu.
a-ra HAR.HAR = s8-ma-[du-um], s8-a[m-du-um] Proto-Diri 96 f.; a-ra HAR.HAR = sa-am(var. -an)-du, sa-mi-du Diri II 64 f.

a)

in pharm.:

j SUR.SUR, ii DIN.TIR

BABBAR,

tJ gi-ib-ru : t sa(var. as)-me-du,

114

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samidu A

samidu B 168:11; UT.KUR.ZI (among medications, between ur[nu] and sibburratu) CT 14 39
Rm. 352 r. i 14.

Ui [.UDUI zI AL.DA, j ta-ba-su, U bi-irba-su : T sa-me-du Uruanna II 439ff., var. from Kocher Pflanzenkunde 2 ii 7, cf. ibid. 31:16; [U bir-b]a-su : t KUR.ZI, [1 [KUR].ZI : j sa-me-du CT 14 24 K.4412 r.(!) v 8-9 (= Kocher Uruanna I 353f.); [U . . .] .x : sa-miMIN TUR (var. U sadu, [r . . .].x :
me-du TUR) Uruanna II 445f.

d)

other occ.: kima

.KUR.ZI.SAR (=

samidi?) lisammi2i ki§puia

may her

b) in econ.: sa-mi-da-am kissibirretim V 33. u sahli iubilim VAS 16 102:23, cf. 'umma
libbi beltija [UTOL1 U sa-mi-[dil li~dbilam

magic harass (?) her like s. (play on words, parallel kima azupirani lisappirui, kima sahli lishuludi, kima kasi liksii) Maqlu

See also asmidu. For the potash plant

let my lady send me, if she please, a
pot(?) of s. OBT Tell Rimah No. 116:18; 1 (BAN) si-mi-du-um SAR (listed with kasu, kisibirru, U.KUR.SAR, etc.) Frank Strassburger Keilschrifttexte 38:10; 1 SILA sa-mi-

see samitu (with Ass. var. samitu).

samidu B

s.;

(a type of groats); OB,

du-[um] (listed with kis(i)birru and kast)
TLB 4 110:8; 15 GfN sd-mi-du-um SAR PBS 13 61 i 16, cf. sa-mi-daSAR (beside azupiru and azukardnu) Gordon Smith College 74:6, see Stol, AbB 9 276 (all OB); 10 SILA sd-mi-du

Chagar Bazar, Mari, MB, Nuzi, NB, Akkadogram in Hitt.; pl. samiddtu (sammi= ddtu, sumidatu, summidetu, simmiddtu, simddtu); cf. samddu.
ki-in-ki-in HAR.HAR = sa-mi-i-du Diri II 68; ninda. rzi. gal. gal.la = MIN (= a-kal) su-me-da-ti Hh. XXIII v 29; [zi.gal.gal.l]a = si-im-da-ti Hh. XXIII Fragm. h 9 (RS); [na 4 .ur 5 .zi.kal.kal] =[MIN (= er) su-mi-da-ti] Hh. XVI 260, restored from na 4 .ur 5 .zi.kal.kal = si-me-da-te RS Recension 207.

(beside hazannu, zib2, kamunu, kisibirru,
§amalkillu)

ARMT 12 241:6, also 728:6, 729:5,

733:4; 1 ANgE sd-mi-du (beside kamunu, kusibarratu,and zibibidnu) HSS 13 353:7 (= RA 36 169); sa-mi-du (listed with kusiz
TuM NF 5 26:3, birru, azupiru, and nin) see Petschow MB Rechtsurkunden No. 47; 1 na,

a) samidu: 1 stLA sd-mi-du-um (beside
mundu, ZID.MA.AD.GI) TLB 1 30:12 (OB);

ruqqu §a sa-me-di

(beside §amuttu and

1 kirippum suhurratum 3 BAN sd-mi-duum ina libbia lapik (for context see
kirippu) ARM 10 164 r. 9.

cf. sa-me-di (in sibibidnu) KAJ 277:8, broken context) KAJ 315:5 (both MA); [x]

SILA -J sa-me-du §a tuppi u Lj pahhdre

SUM-nu the potters will deliver x silas of s. at the prescribed time (beside ki: sibirru, etc., given by the cooks) Postgate
Royal Grants No. 42-44 r. 31 (NA); [. .. sa(?)] -

b) samiddtu (sammidtu) (Mari, Chagar Bazar): x BAN x SILA ZID sd-am-mi-datum (beside isququ, NINDA emsu, sasqu)
Loretz Chagar Bazar No. 9:1, also 10:1, 20:1,

27:1, wr. sd-mi-da-DU (in similar context)
2 SILA ZiD sd-mi-da-tum ibid. No. 24:1; also 1:10, 2:3, 43:6, ARMT 12 ARMT 11 3:10, 1:7, 4:9, and passim in lists of supplies for the royal meal beside isququ and sasqu, also (beside butumtu, kizu, na-ga-bi) ARMT 11 250:6; 21 SILA sd-mi-[da]-tum ibid. 299:5, cf. ARMT 12 700:4, and passim;

me-du GIg gi-[. . .]

ibid. No. 48:6.

c) in med.: (f sa-mid (mentioned with azupiru, sumundar,and other plants for an
enema) Kocher BAM 3 iv 43; NUMUN (U

sd-mi-di (mentioned with sahl

among

materia medica) KUB 37 1:32, see AfO 16 49; SUHU§ fr(!).KUR.ZI - s.-root (among ten

alum zfD dumqim ...

tacpu;

medications tied at the waist to cure impotence) STT 280 iv 33 (= Biggs Saziga 68);

tj urn 0i azupiru TO.KUR.ZI (j zibi (among Kocher BAM 63 1.HI.A marhasu rab) 115

ram u anumma 1 AN9E ZID sd-mi-da-tum 1 ANSE ZID butumtim .. . uStdbilakkum you wrote about fine flour, and now I am sending you x s. and x pistachio-nut flour
ARM 10 20:7; 40 SILA NINDA sd-mi-da-tum

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samidu
(beside NINDA.KUM, NINDA emsu) ARMT 11 4:2, cf. 1:2.

sami sign to him three s.-s so that this wine will not be too weak ARMT 13 142:41; re' 8a GN u URU a GN adi sa-mi-hi-sa 2 u mim[ma] esku the shepherds of GN and the city GN 2 , along with its s.-s and everything (else), are assigned (to the transport of grain) OBT Tell Rimah 145:14; PN sa-mihu (listed as one of two muSaqq's) ARM 9 26:8; PN sa-mi-hu (listed among [L§. SIPA.AB.HI.A], restored from ibid. 25:22) ibid. 22; PN sa-mi-hu ibid. 27 i 7; PN Lt sami-ih ARM 14 62:22; agum LU.ME 8sami-hi §a bell iSpur[am] ARM 5 49:5. The mixing of wine with water - for serving and cooling - is usually mentioned in Greek sources in connection with symposia; on the upper Euphrates, the only Mesopotamian region where wine was commonly drunk, and thus where a vocabulary for the handling of wine is attested, wine-mixing occurs as a profession.
(Finet, AfO 25 126 n. 39.)

c) simmlddtu (OB, Mari, Bogh., Nuzi): x zfD si-im-mi-da-tum (beside burrum, appanu, kakku) ARM 9 236:1, cf. [x] zfD(?) si-m[i(?) -d]a(?)-t[um(?)] (beside isqu= qu) ARMT 12 376:5; 3 SILA I§ si-mi-datimx(DIN) ARM 19 248:6, cf. 248*:4 (case); x wheat ana si-im-mi-ta-ti(?) HSS 14 145:2; as Akkadogram in Hitt.: 1 PA-RI-SI
ZI-IM-MI-TA-[A-TI] SA Zfz one parisu mea-

sure of s. (made with) emmer KBo 11 41 i 5, I PA rZZf(?)1 ZI-IM-MI-TA-A-TI cf. ibid. 3; KUB 42 107 iii 5', also [x PA ge-ep-p]i-it-ta-ag
ZI-IM-MI-TA-A-TI ibid. 4', cf. KUB 35 126:4, StBoT

25 159 Bo 3123 iv 1.

d) summiddtu, summidetu: 1 GUR ZfD su-um-mi-id-de-tum (between uttatu and kibtu) BE 10 9:10 and 14 (NB); see also lex. section. samidu s.; samadu. miller; from OB on; cf.

a-ra HAR.HAR = ararru, samdu, sa-mi-du Diri II 63ff.; I. HAR.HAR = (t-i-nu-i,1i.EZEN.HAR = sd-mi-du-i OB Lu A 422f.; 1li.HAR.HAR = [tei]-nu, EZEN.HAR.HAR = [sa-mi]-du, gaz.zid.da ka-[zi]-dak-ku Lu Excerpt II 12ff.; EZEN.HAR. HAR (between HAR.HAR and ka.zid. da) = [sa-

samiltu see samiltu. saminu (sammdnu) s. fem.; plant); OB. (a spice

mi-du] Lu III i 15a'.

a) in OB: x barley idi sa-mi-du u kurummatum pay of the millers and rations Birot Tablettes 51:7.

[.. .] : t sa-me-nu CT 14 30 79-7-8,19:22 (Uruanna).

b) in later texts: x bread and beer adi kurummat ta-['i(?)]-[ni(?)1 §U.ME 9 sa-mi-di VAS 19 49:10 (MA); as personal
name:

u

Sa-mi-du BE 14 33:5, BE 15 200
Sa-

iii 36 (MB), BBSt. No. 8 ii 21 (early NB),

mi-du KAJ 258:2,

Sa-me-di KAJ 315:5,

and passim in MA, see Saporetti Onomastica 1 338;

Sa-mi-du Iraq 15 151 ND 3426:28 (NA). simihu s.; wine mixer; Rimah); cf. samahu. OB (Mari,

kurummatum mahrija matdt . .. x zlD. DA 1 SILA liqqa damqa 1 stLA 3 [GIN sdm]i-na[m d]amiqtam 1 SILA a-g[a-r]i-n[a S]u-[x-d]r-tam my provisions are low, (have PNbring me) x flour, x fine garum(?), x fine s., and x .... beer mash TLB4 36: 10; laptam SAR sd-mi-nam SAR papparhiSAR G[I.X.S]AR kima d-la-ba-la-kum §ukun (see laptu A s. usage a) ibid. 11:42; azukaranu SAR sd-am-ma-nam [SA]R Gor-

u

don Smith College 74:5, see Stol, AbB 9 276 (all OB letters). For (f.KUR.ZI(.SAR) see samidu A.

3 L(j sa-mi-hi liddinuSumma GI§. GE§TIN.HI.A ,~i la iqallil they should as116

sami§ adv.; samU v.

like a rogue;

SB*;

cf.

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samigtu

samitu

[sa]-med tas(?)-qa-ka nussuqa [...] [you make] your choice sasq offering as a
rogue would Lambert BWL 72:37 (Theodicy).

samiltu (samiltu) s.; (part of the sheep's lung); SB.* Summa re' sa-mil-ti Sumeli patir if the
top of the left s. is split K.205+ r. 10,
cited in part in Bezold Cat. p. 53, cf. MURUB 4 sa-mil-ti, SUHU§ sa-mil-ti ibid. 11f., and passim in this text (all with the left), cf. (if

b) in hist.: u bit DN Sa qerbeni ~ipuu idus[u] sa-mit-su issuhma unammir temen[iu] he tore down the s. of the temple of Ningigzida which was built inside it (the inner wall) and against its wall(?), and laid bare its foundation Iraq
15 134:26 (Merodachbaladan II), cf. igdrEanna

kiddnu 'a kisalli Sapli sa-mit-su issuhma
unammir temenu YOS 1 38 i 36 (Sar.); sa-

mit-su ussarrihumu uhtammimu temendu
its (the temple's) s. had become ruined

the nib reli of the lung) sa-meS-ti imitti
IGI
tesy I. Starr),

Rm. 106+ :7, (with the left) ibid. 10 (courcf. also ,umma sa-meS-[ti

and its foundation terrace was despoiled (of bricks by brick robbers) ibid. i 22, cf.
[sa]-mit-su ihharmimuma Iraq 15 133:6 (Merodachbaladan II); nebehi sa-mit ESarra ina

Sumeli GAM-ma suteb]rdt if the left s. is

pierced and it (the s., but probably referring to the hole) goes all the way
through
r. 17 (courtesy I. Starr);

,umeli

CT 31 35 r. 6, restored from K.205+ §umel pan gipe §a anaA sa-mil-ti ,umeli CT 31 3 r. i 12,

agurri abne ma'dil ussim he greatly embellished the frieze of the s. of the EBarra with baked brick and stone OIP 2 148
No. 4:4 (Senn.), cf. ndmeri nebehi sa-me-

ti(var. -tu) u sikkdti ~it abni iptiqma (said
of the Ehursagkurkurra)
dupls., see AfO 3 1 (Sar.).

cf. SAG ZAG mutaninti sa-mil-ti ana A pan gipe ga Sumeli ibid. 16.

KAH 1 71:5 and

samittu s.; milling(?); lex.*; cf. samadu.
ki.HARUr-uHAR
=

a-ar sa-memit-ti Izi C iii 6.

c) in magic: ina sa-mit duri teqebbir you bury (the figurines) in the s. of the
wall PBS 1/1 15:26, see Laessoe Bit Rimki 30:26,

samitu

(sametu) s.;

battlemented par-

also ibid. 59:98;

salmija . . . ina sal-mit

apet; SB; pl. samati; cf. situ A.
[BA]D(?).gi = du-u-ru, [BA]D(?) .gi. si = sa-mi-

duri iphU they (the sorcerer and sorceress) have put figurines of me into the s.
of the wall PBS 10/2 18:29, cf. ina sa-mit

tu, [BA]D .gi. i..a = gabadibbu Erimhu III 7ff.; ki.sag.gal.la = a-tar sa-ma-ti, MIN dimdti, MIN emuti Izi C iii 13 ff.

duri iphc ina bi'i Sa duri i-te-pu-u AfO
18 292:29; ana duri u sa-me-ti tapqidainni

a) in lit. and omens: amur dur'u ... itaplas sa-me-ta-Su(var. -Sd) Sa la umaS: Salu mamma behold its (Uruk's) wall, look at its s., which nothing can equal
Gilg. I i 12; [Summa] ... surdU ina muhhi

you (sorceresses) have delivered me to the wall and the s. Maqlu IV 24; dura u sa-me-ti la tabbalakkitani (sorceresses) cross not the wall or the s. against me
Maqlu V 134; mamit dbelet duri u sa-me-i-

sa-mit duri aSibma kappeu u-sa-lal if a falcon sits on the s. of a wall and flaps
its wings CT 39 30:58 (SB Alu); [lu] igdr bit iii lu [. .. ] lu sa-me-et duri imqutu

ti(var. -te) oath by the goddess of the wall
and the s. 8urpu III 81.

The spelling in the NA refs. 1 sa-te la nasha (beside bibu and other building
terms) ADD 917 ii 9, cf. [. .. ] sa-a-a-te la nasha (beside i-si-ta-te iii 4) ADD 915
iii 7, 1 sa-a-a-tu ADD 983 r. 6, [. .. ]-a-

if (during a storm) either the wall of the
temple or the [...] or the s. of the wall collapses BMS 21:26, cf. ibid. 16, cf. eper sa-mit duri maqitti Kdcher BAM 248 iii 7,
cited as SAHAR <...) BAD BUB-tu JNES Sa Sippar . .. diirBu 33 332:48 (comm.); tdtabat tattadi sa-mit-su Cagni Erra IV 51.

a-te (beside alh ) ibid. i 1, sa-a-a-te ADD 1124:6ff., sa-a-te ibid. 4 may represent *sa'itu < samitu, or else the plural (a) sajdte of asa'ittu "tower." The

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samifu
latter, however, ought to be differentiated from asitu, a var. of isitu, for which an irregular plural isitdte is also attested. See also zamu.
Weidner, AfO 3 2 n. 8; Schott, ZA 42 93f., and Landsberger, ibid. 94 n. 1; E. Porada, "Battlements in the Military Architecture and in the Symbolism of the Ancient Near East," in Essays in the History of Architecture, presented to Ru-

samma sammatu see *sammu. sammidatu see samdu B. samminnu s.; (a type of barley); Nuzi.
x sd-am-mi-in-ni (issued for seed, beside kalpurhu-quality barley) HSS 14 86:2, cf. 9U.NIGfN 27 AN9E 1 (PI) 2

9E.ME9

dolph Wittkower, 1967, p. 8ff. with fig. 11.

(BAN) 9E sd-am-mi-nu 3 AN§E §E.ME§ kalpurhu HSS 15 273:14, x sd-am-mi-[innu] HSS 16 124:12.

samifu (a plant) see samitu. samku (sanku, fern. samiktu) adj.; spiteful(?); NA; cf. samaku.
sa-am-ku = mitu Malku IV 80.

*sammu (fem. sammatu) adj.(?); (mng. unkn.); SB.* ,umma ,ikk2 sa-am-ma-tum ra-bi-tum ina [NA ittanm]ar if a mongoose, (i.e.,) a large s., appears in a man's house CT

§a taqbdni ma dibbija sam-ku-u-te ina IGI LI.GAL.ME9 iqabbi as for your statement that (he has no love for Assyria, and) he says spiteful (?) things about me to the officials ABL 1002 r. 11; an-nu-ri nik[lu] i-nak-kil sam-ku-t[i] ikarrar now he is acting deceitfully and putting about spiteful(?) things (about me) ABL 523:4, coll. Parpola, OLZ 1979 34; inaput sa-an-kaa-te Sa ep[usuni] ina [m]uhhi duakiu la takappud[ani] la tanakkirani (you swear that) because of the spiteful(?) things he did you will make plans to kill him and remain (his) enemies Or. NS 37 465 r. 5 (NA treaty); uncert.: [. . .] sa-me-ik-td sa-ah-td ABL 879:24, cf. (in broken context) [s]ami-ik-te CT 53 475:3. Whether the entry in the syn. list which equates samku with mitu is to be taken in a metaphoric sense, or whether it represents some foreign word samku, cannot be decided.
Parpola, OLZ 1979 34.

t

39 27:15 (Alu).

Either a noun sammatu, in apposition to §ikk "mongoose," or an adj. qualifying 0 ikki. sammu see samu adj. sammaf s.; 1. lyre, 2. (a geometric figure); from OB on; Sum. lw.; wr. syll. and (GI.)zA.Mf.
[gig. x-x]-za-me-inKAB.
Z.

mi, [gi du-uj]b-za-me-indub.

za.mi = tup (var. tup-tup) sa-am-me-e Hh. VIIB 49f.; [g i] .rFe1.gar.dib = tal-lu sa-am-me-e ibid. 89, cf. also (for the parts hanza, hasisu, mandu) ibid. 83 ff. (revised text); g i. z .m.si. s = i-sars tum = [h]ar-ru Hg. B II 162, in MSL 6 142; [za]me-in GIA.AR.RI = sa-am-mu-u Diri III 52, see MSL 6 119; [sa].a = MIN (= pi-it-nu) Ad zA.Mf Antagal A 155. [x].x.ga hub.dar [X.X.X.L]AM gi§.zA.mi

gig.balag.di gig.har.har [gig].gu.de.giu. d6.bi [nig.a.na.mu.sa 4].a.bi sur.sur.re.e. dB i.zu. u : [...]-a-ti rik-bu ki-sir sa-am-mi(var.
-me)-e timbutti har-har-ri[u i-ni(?) m]ala basi niba= Sunu us-su-ka tide do you know how to draw(?) the [. .. ]-s, the top part (and) the .... of the s., the timbuttu harp, the harharruinstrument, and all kinds of instruments? ZA 64 144:28 (Examenstext A).

<<nu>

samkfitu s.; damming work; Mari*; cf. samaku. anumma 1 sa-al(!)-za-tam(?) [s]a <<x> HA ana sa-am-ku-tim usdbilakkum now I am sending you one .... for damming work ARMT 18 23:5. sammnu see saminu. 118

1. lyre - a) description: [x] gi. z a. mi kui.babbar gar.ra x s.(-s) inlaid with silver PBS 8/2 194 i 20; 6 za.mi (of gold) HE 145, cited Scheil, RA 23 39; 2 gii.za.mi ku§.md§.gi 6 .bi 2 he.gin. bi 5 gin ba.a.si two lyres, two black

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sammfA goatskins (and) five shekels of paint were used for them BIN 9 352:1, also 353:1, 1 gi.z&.mi sumun ibid. 354:1 (all OB); fqull-lat Kt..GI GI sa-am-me-e §a LJ. gold loops for the singer's lyre NAR

samma u tabali ana qereb uSmannija grub I entered my camp in joyous mood and among festivities with musicians, (players of)
lyres and cymbals TCL 3 159 (Sar.), cf. itti

§a

ndre u GIS.ZA.Mf ina ribit Ninua etettiq
Borger Esarh. 50 iii 38.

GCCI 2 24:1 (NB);

6 ZA.Mf.ME

KIT.GI ina

six gold lyres, availpani L.NAR.ME able to the musicians (mentioned among utensils in the bit urinnu) YOS 6 62:27,
cf. 4 GIS.ZA.Mf KtT.GI YOS 7 185:24, 4

d) in enumerations with other instruments: gi9.za.mi gi§.al.gar.balag. sur 9 .za gi.har.har gi§.sa.bi.tum
gi§.mi.ri.tum OECT 1 pl. 2 ii 28 (Eridu

GI§.ZA. <Mf>.ME manditu hurdsi ana batqa four s.-s with gold mountings (given) for repair YOS 6 192:20, cf. 4 GI9.ZA.[Mf] ibid. 189:23; x gold batqa §a GIS.zA.Mf for the repair of a lyre YOS 6 53:11 (all NB); see also para itu "of the Marhasi type," uritu "of the Ur type" Hh. VIIB 90ff. (revised text).

hymn); Uiit GIS.ZA.Mf ebiti u kanzabi 'a malili sinneti u arkd[ti] (see sinnatu A) Craig ABRT 1 55 i 7 (= BA 5 564); sudduru guqqdne qutrini nignakke GIg i-ni GIg saam-me-e u GI[S .. .] (see inu A) Craig ABRT 1 30:28 (hymn to Marduk); mdmit GIg. zA.Mf u sibdti (preceded by manzc, lilissu, halhallatu, tdpalu, ali, palaggu, timbuttu)
8urpu

b) ma]
mode

tuning: gumma GIS.ZA.Mf ilart[um if the s. is (tuned to) the iartu
Iraq 30 230 right col. 13, and passim

III 91.

with different modes in this text (OB tuning instructions), see Or. NS 39 256.

e) other occs.: rab zammdri sa-amme-au the chief of the singers (deposits) his s. (before the newly crowned king)
MVAG 41/3 14 iii 10 (MA rit.); GI.ZA.Mf.ME§

c) with ref. to performance: LtJ nu- a4 (in obscure context) BIN 1 50:11 (NB 'a-ri ina GIg.zA.Mf lihtabbisa ina jariru let.). (see jarru) Ebeling Parfiimrez. pl. 49:19; e) in comparisons: ilari lu §er'dn salinddu Sar ili L nu-'a-ri ina GIS.ZA.Mf am-mi-e (vars. sa-mi-e, GIg.ZA.Mf) (see let the singers praise the king of the gods iraru s. mng. lb) LKA 101:15, see Biggs
with the lyre
ibid. 22;

zA.Mf lizzamir

(see zamaru A mng. 4)

§uqi2ssu

ina GIg.

Pinches Texts in Bab. Wedge-writing p. 16 No. 4 r. 11 (SB lit.); ndre ina GIS.ZA.Mf ta-nit-ti bel il[i . . .] Streck Asb. 264 iii 4, see Bauer Asb. 2 85 n. 3, cf. ndre ina GIg.Z[A.Mf .. .] Borger Esarh. 89 § 58 iii 7 and 91 § 61:2; [ina ... GI.GtJ].DE GI.ZA.Mf GIS.A.LA G[I

Baziga 35; SA ZA.Mf teleqqi (its ritual:) you take the string of a s. (and tie three knots and bind it on his right and left 1 ZA.Mf ,akin hands) ibid. 17; ,umma if he has lyre(-shaped) hands Kraus Texte 24:19, cf. GIS.ZA.Mf U-8[U] his (the god's) hand is a lyre KAR 307:3, see TuL p. 31.

9u

xx ina za]-ma-ru ribdti u takn&.. . ugarz rahu (see al C) BBSt. No. 35 r. 2 (Merodachbaladan II);

mu§§ir etlu ina ZA.Mf ri-

bit liti[q] (0 evil) let the young man go, let him pass through the square with (i.e., playing, or accompanied by) a lyre
KAR 76 r. 8 and dupls. (inc.), see ArOr 21 405;

2. (a geometrical figure) - a) hasis sammi: gumma ,ulmum kima ha-si-iS sdmi-im if the pustule is like the (geometric figure) "lyre ear" YOS 10 61:5 (OB ext.); ,umma bdb ekallim kima ha-s[i]-is
sd-am-mi-im ibid. 24:31, also (said of the Sepu mark) RA 63 153:6; AB.ZA.Mf // ha-si-si //

nda GIS.zA.M

those who carry lyres (in
AfO 18 46 B r. 32 (Tn.-

broken context)

Epic); in metonymic use for lyre players: ina hud libbi u riSdti itti ndre G~J.zA.Mi 119

alSu u apta ga sa-am-mu-z - AB.ZA.Mf (see apsamikku) is "ear," because the hole is the opening of the lyre Hunger Uruk 72
r. 11; 26,40 IGI.GUB a GE§TT ZA.Mf 26,40

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sammuhu is the coefficient of the "lyre ear" Or. NS
29 275:6, 1 GAN GI[§.TUK.PI ZA.M]f RA 54

samrutu samnu s.; oath; SB.*
sa-am-nu = ni-e-du, mamitu Malku IV 74 f.

140 XII 3.

b) eqel(?) sammi: 53,20 (is the coefficient of) GAN zA.Mf the area of the s.
MCT 135 Ud 48, cf. 136 Ue 4, see Or. NS 29 286;

1 GAN GI9.ZA.Mf ad-d[i] I have drawn
"one" as the area of the s. J:2 (OB math.), cf. ibid. Q 3. RA 54 135

[ap]rus samam-na-ki meki ul agur I have broken the oath to you, I have not kept your divine orders AfO 19 51:70 (prayer to Ihtar); RN ... ndsir sa-am-ni Enlil Marduk TCL 3 112 (Sar.).

Ad mng. 2: see apsamikku disc. section.
Landsberger, ZA 42 155.

samru (or zamru) OB lex.*
lii.gig.za.am.ru.um
cupations using nets) MSL 12 199.

s.;

(mng. uncert.);

= [ .. ] (among ocSLT 5+ : 19 (OB Lu C), see

sammuhu see summuhu. sammutu sammdtu. s. fem.; fragrance; SB; pl.

sa-am-mu-ut ereni rdmka belu your love, 0 lord, is like the fragrance of the cedar (incipit of a song) KAR 158 r. ii 21; ana bitini inasa-am-mat(var. -ma-ti) ereni
erba Gilg. VI 13.

samrutu (or zamrutu, samrutu) s.; (a rivet or nail); OA, Mari; pl. samrudtu, samrdtu.
gis.za.am.ru(var. .ri).tum (between gig. IGI.DT and gig.§U.KAL) MSL 6 152:124 (Forerunner to Hh.).

a) in OA: 3 GfN AN.NA sd-am-ru-taam u sahirtam ana bit ubri addin I gave For RAcc. 77:38 samutu "red cakes" see three shekels of tin, a nail, and some sdmu adj. usage a-8'. small wares to the inn RA 59 40 MAH samnu (fem. samuntu) adj.; eighth; 16158:9; 4 sd-am-ru-tim ana kirrdtim . . OB; wr. syll. and KI.8; cf. samdne. addin I gave four nails for jars (of beer) ibid. 25; I gave PN twelve minas of "hand a) in attributive use: ina sd-mu-un-tim gattim mdhiri ana ba-a lu itur (see mdhiru tin" mimma sd-am-ru-a-tim ula addiSum sd-am-ru-a-ti-aina GN uta'eram I did not mng. Ic) RA 8 65 i 12 and dupl. CT 36 4:14 (Aduni-erim), cf. ina sa-mu-un-tim Sattim give him any nails, but he gave me back JCS 8 1:12 (OB Alalakh); [sal-am-na-amwar= my nails in Hahhum TCL 19 48:8 and 10; 10 ham in the eighth month Bab. 12 pl. 12 vi 2 MA.NA sd-am-ru-a-tum 136 munssina (see munitu mng. 1) KT Hahn 18:16; §im (OB Etana); ina sa-am-ni-i e(?)-bu-ri (in broken context) CT 4 36a:20; (itinum) 130 sd-am-ru-a-tim 2 GfN.TA 4 MA.NA sa-mu-un-tum the eighth (kiln) (in an AN.NA the price of 130 nails at two shekels enumeration from first to tenth) Edzard per (nail), four and one-third minas of tin TCL 20 157:7; 20 sd-am-ru-a-timina GN ana Tell ed-Der 198:15. PN ezib ICK 1 66:22; 104 sd-am-ru-a-tum b) in independent use: zitti KI.8 6 ... aPN 104 nails (oil, textiles) belonging GfN... 6 zitti sa-am-ni-imanagina esipma to PN Contenau Trente Tablettes Cappadociennes 12 inaddikkum the inheritance of the 1:16 and 2:12; [x] MA.NA sd-am-ru-a-tim eighth (brother) is six shekels, you ibid. 30:20; x annak qdtim qadum §a sdmultiply six - the inheritance of the <am>-ru-a-tim a PN TCL 4 83:7; mi-Sueighth (brother) - by two and the result is ru-um GA-lu-bu-i sd-am-ru-a-tum u ka twelve TMB 82 No. 168:4 and 9. tappi tablu (see miSuru) Bab. 6 191 No. The ordinal number wr. 8.KAM in later refs. is not cited here. 120
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samsammu b) in Mari: 2 sd-am-ra-tum jarhdtum nails (given) ana PN ndqidim two .... to PN, the shepherd RA 64 25 No. 8:1, of. ibid. 30 No. 23:1 and 34 No. 24:3; I wrote to PN and PN2 a88um 10 limi sd-am-ru-tim a stone, mostly designating

samtu A

samtu A (sdntu, sandu) s. fem.; (a red
carnelian);

from OA, OB on;
GUG; cf. sdmu.

wr. syll. and NA4.

6 GfN.AM ~ipuim about having ten thou-

sand nails made, each of six shekels weight ARM 1 38:4, cf. ibid. 8 and 10f.; [amum er]&m ana sd-am-ra-tim Sip[ulim] ... [erdm] utadbilakkum sd-am-ra-tim 8up[i§]

as regards the copper for making nails, I have sent you the copper, now have the nails made ibid. 62 r. 21' and 23'; erdm ana
sd-am-ra-ti[m] epeim addinakkum ianna ... GI§ sd-am-ra-tim epletim §a erm §a addinakkum arhi ana serija liblunim I

gave you copper to make nails, now let them quickly bring me the finished nails from the copper I gave you ARM 2 1:4
and 7, cf. GI§ sd-am-ra-tim UD.KA.BAR bronze nails ARM 6 69 r. 6', [. . .] sd-amra-tum UD.KA.BAR ARM 7 194 r. 3'; 40(?)

sd-am-ru-t[im] (listed after reed boxes)
ARMT 13 56:12.

The translation "nail" is based only on

the word's cognates Heb., Aram. masmer, Arabic mismdr "nail." Both in OA and in Mari samrutu's are counted and apparently serve in OA as a form of currency. The weight in KT Hahn 18:16 is
4.4 shekels; according to TCL 19 157:7

they are valued at two shekels of tin each. The interpretation as "arrowheads" (Sasson The Military Establishments at Mari p. 26)

also lacks proof so far.
samsammu (or zamzammu) s.; 1. (a

na 4 .zAgu-ugGUL = sa-an-du Hh. XVI 121, cf. na 4 .gu g ku g u = §i-im-tum RS Recension 90; gu-ug NA 4 .GUG = sa-am-[tu] Diri III 76; [GUG] = s[aam]-tum Proto-Diri 176b; gu-ug GUG = sa-an-tum Idu I 105; gug, gi.ri.im = sa-am-tum Nabnitu XXII 229f. bulug.ga = hi-is-bu Md NA 4 .GUG a cutting of carnelian Antagal A 164, also K.11807:5 (unpub., text similar to Idu); [...] = [x-x-x p]a-an rdudi-na-timl, [. . .] = [MIN] sa-am-ti Erimhug II 255 f. en.me.en na 4 .gug biru.da (earlier recension: na 4 .gug me.ri gug.za) mu.bi h6.sa 4 ... (earlier recension: u 4 .da kalam.ma na 4 .a (var. sub.be. na 4 .u) ub.tag na 4 .gug bru.da dam) ur 5 h6.na.nam.me : beleku sa-an-ta ina ima ina mdti paldei duma sudtu lu nab[dt] ... abnu illappat sa-an-tu ippallad z lu kiam I am the lord, whenever a carnelian is perforated let it be called by this name - today in the land a stone is worked, a carnelian is perforated, be it so Lugale X 16 and 18; hur.sag na 4 .gis.nux(IR). gal na 4 .gug na 4 .za.gin.na gu.mu.s6 mu.un. si : 'ad NA 4 .MIN sa-an-ti uqni <ana> qdtija umalli I (Ninurta) have subjugated the mountains of alabaster, carnelian, and lapis lazuli Angim III 21 (= 126), cf. [n]a 4 .gug na 4 .za.gin.na : sa-anti(var. -du) uq-na-a CT 17 39:49f., var. from 4R 18* No. 3 iv 5 and 8; ma.gu.ug.za.gi.na. <ta> gu.ug.za.gi.na im.mi.i[n.si] ti gu.ug nu.zuui za.gi.i[n nu.zu] : kima elip sa-am-tim u uqnim sa-am-t[a-amu uqndm maliat] i sa-am-tum ul idi u uqnim ul [idi] she is filled with s. or lapis lazuli like a boat (carrying) s. or lapis lazuli, but I know not whether it (the child she is carrying) be s. (i.e., female) or lapis lazuli (i.e., male) RA 70 135:18ff. (OB inc.), for comm. see JNES 33 331:lff. and p. 333.

drum), 2. (a bird); lex.*; Sum. 1w.
urudu. z a.am.za.am = u-mu= li-li-is-su Hg. A II 191, in MSL 7 153, with correction in MSL 8/2 141. [za.am.za.am mugen] = [9u] Hh.XVIII279, restored from RS 20.32:189.

su 4 .a (text gin.nu) = pe-li-ti Hh. XVI 122; na 4 .gug.sas = ha-as(?)-hu-x-tum
(for halhuritu?) Hh. XVI 122a, from RS Re= sur-ra-ni-t[um] cension 91; na 4 . g u g.z ibid. Hh. XVI 123; [na 4 .gug.zi] = ui124, na 4 .gug. NI+TUK.KI = [MIN Tel-mun] ibid. 127, [na 4 .gu]g.Me.luh.ha = MIN Me-luh-ha ibid. 128, na 4 .gu g.ma [r. ha. §i KI] = [MIN Pa-ra-Si-i] ibid. 129, [na 4 . gug.g]u.ti.um KI = MIN Qu-ti-i ibid. 130; na 4. ki. g.gA = NA 4 ra-a-me = NA 4 .

a) varieties - 1' in lex.: [na 4 .gug].

1. (a drum): tion. 2. (a bird):

see see

Hg. A, in lex. secHh. XVIII, in lex. 121

section.

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samtu A
GUG si-lim
MSL 10 31.

samtu A
(see silu A)
Hg. B IV 76, in

bowl with honey, he filled a lapis lazuli
bowl with ghee Gilg. VIII v 47; NA 4 .KIIB NA 4.GUG GAR he who wears a carnelian
seal Kocher BAM 194 viii 14; NA 4 .KI9IB NA 4 . GUG (preceded by kunuk uqni) Dreambook 322 i 13; muhri §a purkulli NA 4.GUG

in the series abnu ,ikinu: abnu ,um§u the stone whose appearance is like that of (the berry of) the boxthorn is called car2'

,ikinSu kima eddeti NA 4 .GUG

nelian STT 108:5, dupls. 109:5, Kocher BAM 378 ii 3; NA 4 .GUG MI takpat NA 4 .GUG.GAZI. SAR (var. NA 4 .GUG Meluhhi) 'um§u the

simat kiadiki receive from the seal cutter a s. as an ornament for your neck RA 18 163 r. 27 (Lamastu inc.); 1 kunukku NA 4 .
GUG one seal of carnelian RA 43 152:138, 143, and 154 (Qatna inv.); 1 gituppu NA 4 . GUG one carnelian plaque RA 43 162:244,
and passim in this text as material for jewelry and ornamental objects; 1 NA 4 q& sa-am-tim

red stone spotted with black is called ka sanitu (var. Meluhha carnelian) STT 108:8,
dupl. 109:6, var. from Kocher BAM 378 ii 4f.; NA 4 .GUG BABBAR tak-pat NA 4 .GUG.ME.

the red stone spotted with white is called Meluhha carnelian
LUH.HA Jum-§u
STT 108:6, dupl. 109:8; NA 4 .GUG SIG 7 tak-

one carnelian ....
Ibtar of Lagaba)

(among jewelry for
SLB 1/1 1:7 (OB), cf.

pat NA 4 .GUG.MAR.HA.9I Sumu the red stone spotted with green is called Mar-

hagi carnelian STT 108:9, dupls. 109:9, Kbcher
BAM 378 ii 8f.

1 gamagallum §a NA 4 .GUG ibid. 13; note referring to fabulous objects: ma-NUM laSpur ana marudt Ea 7 u 7-ma [karpd ti] kina §a sd-am-tim u kannikina §a hula=

3'

in other texts:

me-luh-[ha] KUR.

NA 4 .GUG = [U]

Diri VI A 22', cf. KUR Me-

Slim leqeama alkama whom shall I send to the seven and seven daughters of Ea? take your jarsmade of carnelian, your potstands made of huldlu stone, go and (draw pure water from the river) JNES 14 17
No. 7:12 (OA inc., coll. K. R. Veenhof), cf. manna lu'pur u luwa'ir ana DUMU.SAL An 7 7 lilqenim DUG.DU Sa sa-am-ti DUG Sa

luh-ha . .. KUR.NA 4 .GUG Meluhha is the land of carnelian JNES 15 132:33 (liptur
cf. NA 4 .GUG.ME.LUH.HA (as amulet) AMT 4,6:7; [. . .] tamli uqni NA 4 .GUG.MAR.
lit.),

HA.SE [. . .] with an inlay of lapis lazuli (and) Marhagi carnelian RA 43 172:363
(Qatna inv.), cf. (omitting NA 4 .GUG) ibid. 158:215, 158:204, and passim in this text; takka8 NA 4 .

huldlim lisabanim m6 tdmtim ellitim ibid. 16 No. 1:22 (OB); ina ume Dumuzi elldnni malil uqni emir NA 4.GUG ittiSu elldnni

GUG.MAR.HA.gI a block of Marhagi carnelian CT 23 37 iv 9 (SB med.); NA 4 . GUG 5a fiS latikta tested carnelian, (the color) of blood Kbcher BAM 237 iv 40, cf. NA 4 .GUG fJ§.ME§ ibid. i 5; note: NA 4 .GUG SA 5 AMT 88,4 r. 8, Kocher BAM 323:69; in-

on the day Dumuzi comes up to me, with him will come a lapis lazuli flute and a
carnelian ring CT 15 47 r. 56 (Descent of I~tar); Ninge~tinanna Sa qantuppalauqn NA 4. GUG whose stylus is of lapis lazuli (and) carnelian CT 23 16:15 (SB inc.). c) used for beads and decorations: x hzdu hurdsi x hidu uqn x hidu NA 4 .GUG x gold hidu beads, x lapis lazuli beads,
x carnelian beads RA 43 154:161 (Qatna

gredients for making

NA 4.GUG auriti

Oppenheim Glass 50 iv § J 19, also, wr. 8a 5 an-tis ibid. 63 § i 3; ma, it sa5 -an-ti ak

kaditi material (to produce) Akkadian s. ibid. § ii 6; NA 4 .GUG kiri artificial s. AfO
18 304 ii 33, 306 iii 7 (MA inv.); see also

kasdnitu, marhallu, marhail, marhugu. b) used for bowls, seals, and other objects: mallat NA 4 .GUG umalli diSpa mallat uqni himta umtalli he filled a carnelian 122

inv.); 2 maninnu hursiuqni NA 4.GUG two necklaces of gold, lapis lazuli, and carnelian ibid. 158:206, cf. (with various ornaments) ibid. 154:164, 170, 158:215, 162:241ff.; sa-am-

ta-am damiqtam mala kiasdim ana dNIN. GAL amramma (see kilddu mng. 2b) Sumer

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simtu A
23 159:6 (OB let.); 10 lu-u-ri-me-ti NA 4 . GUG ten pomegranates (made of) carnelian EA 25 ii 4 (list of gifts of Tugratta), cf.
ibid. i 65, iii 54; 2 MA.NA 15 GfN NA 4 .GUG KI.LA 8 appi MU9EN.II.A two minas 15

simtu A

silver, gold, carnelian, lapis lazuli, huldlu
(and other precious stones) (foundation deposit for the bit akiti obtained as gift from the king of Saba') OIP 2 138:52
(Senn.), cf. ibid. 81:27, cf. also WO 2 42 lower edge 1 (Shalm. III); ina libbi egubb... NA 4 .GUG NA 4 .ZA.GN ... ina libbi tanaddi

shekels of carnelian for eight bird beaks (in the inv. of a royal treasury) Sumer 9
p. 34 ff. No. 20:1, cf. Nos. 23:1,25 ii 28, EA 13:1 (all

you put into a basin of holy water car-

MB); an ornate bed decorated with NA.
Streck Asb. 296 Zi( NA 4 .GUG NA 4 .ZA.GIN iii 21, see Bauer Asb. 2 50 n. 1; [in]a uqni

nelian, lapis lazuli (together with gold,

du~ I inlaid them (the doors of the sanctuaries) with lapis lazuli, duA~ stone, carsurri NA 4 .[. . .] NA 4 .GUG NA 4 .BABBAR.DIL

silver, and other precious stones) AMT cf. NA 4 K.BABBAR NA 4 Kt.GI 71,1:19, NA .GUG gisnugalli lu uamliindti NA 4 .GUG uqn2 huldlu mu§8aru beads of 4 stone, mu8aru stone (and other stones,

silver, gold, carnelian, lapis lazuli, huldlu

nelian, and alabaster 5R 33 v 4 (Agumkakrime); (a piece of jewelry) §a tamlit ADD 645:6; I built ekalldti hurdsi kaspi siparriNA 4.GUG (etc.) OIP 2 106 vi 15 (etc.)
(Senn.); [...]

to be worn against paralysis of the right
hand)
BE 31 60 ii 25, cf. ibid. r. i 9 and 18, ii 3, also AMT 91,4:3, AMT 102:20, KAR 101:16, UET 4 150:11, 151:16, 152:4, Kocher BAM 124 iv 30 and dupl. 128 iv 27, cf. also ibid. 341:11, 347:1, 349 r. 3, 351:2, 361:1, and passim, wr. without det. NA 4 ibid. 376 i 15, 21, and passim, Or. NS 34 127 r. 17, Or. NS 36 24:4, 25:16, 34:17, 287:8;

uqnim u NA 4 .GUG

ARM 7

265:9; 4 NA 4.GUG (among precious objects) MDP 18 94:11, cf. ibid. 102:5; [x x]-x sa-amtim CT 45 75:15, cf. [. . .] §a sa-ma-tim ibid. 17 (OB inv.); 1 NA 4 .GUG (between an: zahhu and hiliba stone) ADD 993 ii 15; 8 NA 4 .GUG.ME (for repairing the jewelry of gala) Cyr. 116:1; one-third mina takkas

dulr NA 4 .GUG uqnu ... 13 ni-bi anniti ina nabdsi talakkak ina Sdrti tarakkas on a red thread you string du2 stone, carnelian, lapis lazuli (etc.), these 13

8a NA .GUG cuttings of s. (to make a gold4
en pomegranate for Nana) GCCI 2 45:1 (NB); we had PN enter the house NA 4 . GUG [husd] ram u kusidtim [m]a-ah-ri-'u

beads (?) you tie in the hair (and hair loss will be stopped) CT 23 34 iii 29, also Kocher
BAM 3 ii 20, and passim in med.; kaspu hurasu eri annaku abdru NA 4 .GUG uqnc huldlu

d'-ku-un-ma and I put before him the carnelian and husdru stone and the kusitu
garments CCT 4 40a:5, cf. ibid. 24, also 6
MA.NA NA 4 .GU[G] U 2 MA.NA [. . .] hu-sdru BIN 6 89:4, cf. ibid. 13, TCL 20 178:7; fina

hurdsa kaspa mu§8aru 8urpu VIII 85; uqnd (to be steeped in par[zilla] sa-an-ta a liquid as medication) KUB 37 44:9; adam-da IA-er-ta ZA.GIN (etc.) Labat Suse 11 iv 4, cf. ibid. ii 7, iii 22; 1 NA 4 .GUG kupput: tu BE 8 154:28 (NB), cf. [na 4 .gug]. gudx(LAGAB).da = (sdndu) kupputtu Hh. XVI 132; §iptu janiba raksdku NA 4 .GUG.

§a sd-am-tim two [.. .] of s. (beside [Ia]
NA 4 .ZA.GIN) BIN 6 179:3; 2 MA.NA 2 GfN

sd-am-tum (among silver and gold jewelry) CCT 3 29:28 (all OA).

MES mald qabldja

incantation: I am

wearing janibu stones, my loins are richly
adorned with carnelian KAR 71 r. 19, janibu NA 4 .GUG ina turri ta'akkak ibid. r. 24 (egalkurra rit.); also janiba huldlu ina 8ep imitti u NA 4 .GUG uqn2 ina 8ep 8umeliu RA 18
162:5 (Lamaatu inc.),

d) used in foundation deposits, magic,
and rit.: igdrdt bitim ina kaspim hurdsim uqnim NA 4 .GUG ... .illaram alil I mixed the mortar for the walls of the temple

with silver, gold, lapis lazuli, and carnelian (oil, honey, etc.) AOB 122 ii22 (SamSiAdad I); kaspu hurdsu NA 4 .GUG uqnzi huldlu 123

uqn

(etc.)

cf. qdt imitti NA 4 .GUG Kicher BAM 346:12; salam

mimma lemnu teppug malak nei tulabbassu NA 4.GUG taaakkak ina kisddilu talakkan

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samtu A you make a figurine of "every evil," you clothe it in a lion skin, you string carnelian(s) (on a thread) and put it around his neck Kocher BAM 323:5; uqnd NA 4.GUG hurdsakaspa ippallasmapairlet him look at lapis lazuli, carnelian, gold, (or) silver, and he will be free (of the effects of the
magic)
AMT 90,1 r. iii 23;
MAR

samtu B 2' in omens and lit.: eriti sa-am-tim request (on the part of the god) for carnelian (with sumu "red spot" in the protasis) YOS 10 51 ii 24, dupl. 52 ii 23 (OB (in the foundation? of a house) NA 4 .GUG IGI CT 38 9:13 (SB Alu); if a star ana NA 4.GUG itur
behavior of sacrificial lamb); if

NA 4 .GUG uqnu

SAL sahle... 9 §amme annuti idteniS tapds
ana simmi LAL-s[u(?)] carnelian,

"female" lapis lazuli, cress (etc.), these nine medications you pound together, daub on the affected part of the body, (and) you apply a bandage to him AMT 44,1
ii 6 (= Kocher BAM 580 iii 18); NA 4 .GUG (with

turns into s. (between duS2 and uqn) 2R 49 No. 4:57; NA 4 .GUG na dt inibla ... uqn nai hashalta it bears carnelian as fruit, it bears lapis lazuli as foliage Gilg. IX v 48; Sin tattasd ina NA 4 .GUG elleti u uqni you, Sin, came forth with (the glow of) brilliant carnelian and lapis lazuli
Perry Sin No. 5a:7.

various other stones, to be pulverized and applied to the temples with ointment)
AMT 102:32; hisib NA 4 .GUG a cutting of

3' as personal name: Sa-am-tum YOS
13 136:5.
In TMPS (= Limet Metal) 263:2 read sandu (for saddu), see Civil, RA 70 94. The ref. GIg

carnelian (to be worn in a phylactery) Kocher BAM 311:11, cf. hisib sa-am-ti CT
44 23:14 (OB).

sa-an-x

(among trees proper to the 8th day)

Weidner Gestirn-Darstellungen 45 VAT 7815:17

e) as ingredient in making glass: [sa]an-di qalitu calcinated corals Oppenheim
Glass 37 § 6:60.

is unlikely to be restored as samtu.
Landsberger, JCS 21 150ff.

f)

other occs. - 1'

in econ. context:

x GfN NA 4 .GUG X GfN NA 4 .GUG ahama ,a PN Contenau Trente Tablettes Cappadociennes 2:5, cf. ICK 2 321:10; AN.NA-ka U NA 4 .GUG

samtu B (sdntu, sd'tu) s.; redness; Nuzi, SB, NA; cf. sdmu.
x.x.ra sa 5 .an.tag = sa-amat mah-sa-at (sky) streaked with red Nabnitu XXI 44, also Lu II
Excerpt 164, wr. [sa] -am-tam mah-sa-at IgituhApp.

ina GN . . . iba§§i CCT 4 18a:4; x hurdsu x kaspu eru2pesu annaku NA 4.GUG uqrn NA 4 . BABBAR.DIL nisiqti abne x gold, x silver, "white copper," tin, carnelian, lapis lazuli, pappardilu, and other precious stones (I took as booty from the treasury of Urartu) TCL 3 352 (Sar.); silver, gold, linen garments NA 4 .GUG kali NA 4 .ME9
8.,

Ai3'. a) said of the sky: kima iSid am sa-am-ta imtahsa as soon as the horizon is streaked with red (you lay three tables for the gods) BBRNo. 1-20: 101; §ummaAN-e
SA 5 mahis ABL 416:1 (citing astrol. omen), also Thompson Rep. 267A: 1, and see Nabnitu,

all

kinds of (precious) stones RA 31 127:10 (= EA 369); NA 4 .GUG nasa he brings s. (in broken context) ABL 1035 r. 11 (NA); naphar 1 GUN 13 MA.NA - 7 GIN NA 4 .GUG a total of one talent 13 minas 27 shekels of carnelian (adding up NA 4 .GUG TUR-ti, kabbarti, and §a bilti lines 1-3) BIN 1
124:4; 2 MA.NA 55 GfN NA 4 .GUG ana 6

etc., in lex. section; umma PN-ma ina napah sd-an-ti al8ati[ja] altaparmi PN said: I sent my wife at dawn SMN 2495:13. b) other occs.: gumma karSi ubanatisu sa-am-ta im[tahsa(?)] if the underside of his fingers is streaked with red Labat TDP 98:58f.; Summa sa-am-td ina suhhi ndri tar-ka-<at> if the redness in the .... of the river is dark CT 39 15:26 (SB Alu); miu adi namdri artedi Turnat etebir ina mithur sa-an(var. -')-te ana GN ... aq.tirib

GiN.AM two minas 55 shekels of carnelian at six shekels per shekel (of carnelian)
YOS 6 69:2 (both NB).

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samtu I marched through the night until daylight, I crossed the river Turnat, at dawn (lit. at the uniform reddening) I was approaching GN AKA 313 ii 54 (Asn.).

samf
DI. ga = sa-mu-u CT 18 50 iii 7; si / sa-mu- // sI // [ma-ku-d] (see ak' A) AfO 24 83:1 (comm. on diagn. omens). = nissata malu, sihta malu, i.si. i.si.is.la.l1

is.la.1a, i.si.ig.ba.zal = su-um-mu-u Izi V 57f. tu-sa-am-ma 5R 45 K.253 v 40 (gramm.).

samtu (foreign name of the acacia) see §amtu. sa'mu see samu adj. samu
sgri

s.; (a plant); plant list.*
sa-mu si(var. adds -e)-ri

Ti IM mar-gu-su : t Uruanna II 78.

Probably variant of Jammu seri, see also samuseru. samf adj.; awkward, inept; NB; cf. samd v. MB, SB,

1. to become anxious, troubled, discontented, to be embarrassed, hampered, hard pressed - a) to become anxious, troubled, discontented: itti libbidu id: danabbub i-GAM-mu i-sa-am-mu tenu la sabit (if the patient) keeps talking to himself, .. .- s, grows anxious, can make no decisions KAR 42:11, see Farber IRtar und Dumuzi 56:7, also AMT 21,2:10; atd qa-laka mat Kaldu i-sa-am-mu why do you keep silent (when) the Chaldean land is
troubled? Iraq 17 32 No. 5:6 (Nimrud let.);

ki..ta.ds. = sa-mu-u (in group with li.umus. nu.tuku = e-x-[x], na.g6.ah =nu-'nu-u) Erimhus -m = rsal-[mu-d] Nabnitu VI 103; KUu uS.ta.e.a Fragm. 14:5; l u. Ku. ta.~ = sa-[mu-d] Antagal F 72.

ag-ga sakka sakla sa-ma-a nu'a a ... dubbubau-la-<la>uaui whoever sends a ... ., a deaf man, a simpleton, or an inept, uneducated, .... , (or) feeble-minded person to remove (this stela) RA 66 166 i 34
(Nazimaruttas kudurru), also ibid. 173:66, cf.

cf. a . . . lu sakla lu sama-a lu la mudd lu IGI.NU.TUK uSaM2ma AfO 23 2 ii 8, a ... sakla sa-ma-a ishabba la mudd ue~i2ma BBSt. No. 11 ii 19, and
AfO 23 14 ii 16,
passim in similar enumerations in kudurrus, e.g.,

BBSt. No. 4 iii 6, No. 6 ii 34, No. 8 2nd add. (p. 48) 1, BE 1/2 149 ii 10, MDP 6 pl. 10 iv 27, pl. 11 ii 15, MDP 2 pl. 22 v 49, 1R 70 ii 21; uncert.: [.. .] [dBI]L(?).GI qar-du sa-ma-a
[. . .] Maqlu II 222.

samf v.; 1. to become anxious, troubled, discontented, to be embarrassed, hampered, hard pressed, 2. I/3 to falter, summi to hamper, interfere with, 3. harass; SB, NA, NB; I ismu- isammu, 1/2, 1/3, II; cf. sam adj., sami~.

sabe abibu ana muhhiunu itetiq nubatta ul ibittu . . . sbe is-sa-mu-u a disaster has swept over the men (of Elam), they can get no rest, they have become very anxious ABL 1286 r. 16; temu ana bddi li kunu [lu lal i-sa-am-mu-u let orders be given in the evening, they should not become anxious(?) ABL 14 r. 5 (NA), see Parpola LAS No. 165; uncert.: §a ... tad= danuni u [(. . .)] tassuruni ta-[. . .] u taas-mu-t-ni mi-i-[ta-ku-nu-ni] u tab-latan-ni ABL 523:11 (all NA); PN was on the way to Nippur with a message for the king but LtJ re-di-ia-a.ME9 ki is-mu-u redija ki umaSiru§ ana GN ittalkuni when my followers became anxious and abandoned him, they came to Uruk ABL 866:11 (NB); lu mddu dalhdk lu mddu sa-ma-ka I am extremely disturbed, I am extremely troubled CT 22 225:18; atta ta-i-di ki sama-ka u panija biSu you know how annoyed and angry I am YOS 3 198:6; obscure: atta tide ki te-du-tum §a PN sa-mais .... a-tum you know that PN's .... CT 22 77:12 (all NB). b) to be embarrassed, hampered, hard pressed: ammeni letkunu taddd ina muhhi harrdni[kunu] sa-ma-tu-nu why have you been lax and become embarrassed in your business enterprises? BIN 1 61:6; jdni

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samAi ni-sa-am-mu u nihalliqma otherwise we will be embarrassed and ruined ibid. 53:15; tdtamar §a kurummdtu ina pani sadb jdnu sabi intatta Saknu' . . . sbi ina la kurum= mdti i-sa-am-mu-u kapdu harranu ana §epiu lukunna' you have seen that there is no food for the workmen, the workmen are in want, the workmen are hampered by lack of food, send it at once YOS 3 52:18; dullu lu mdda ina libbi is-sa-ma there is much work indeed, therefore they ... .-ed ibid. 111:31; sdbi ina qdtija la isa-mu-u suddirma harrdnu ana §epi'u Sukunna' janu andku tu-sa-am-ma-a-ain-ni (have tools and provisions sent) so that the workmen under me will not be hampered, send them regularly, or else you hamper me ibid. 136:21 and 24; SamaS lu idema ki mdda la sa-ma-ka u dullu ina knows I am very muhhija la danna hard pressed and I have very much work to do ibid. 119:8; lu mddu sa-ma-ak-ka ibid. 8:12; §attu agd lu mddu sa-ma-ka alla §andte gabbi sa-ma-ka I am very hard pressed this year, I am more hard pressed than any other year ibid. 18:21 and 23; iqabbdumma sa-ma-ku CT 22 115:17; gama lu ide ki ultu muhhi 'a tallika lu mdda la as-mu-ui amag knows I have been very hard pressed ever since you left YOS 3

simu §arri u elli if they take away the dates they will cause us trouble and will cause the land to rebel against the king ABL 942 r. 7; PN ana muhhi GIA.SAR.ME9 ERfN. MES -sa-am-man-ni ul umakaranni PN harasses me concerning the orchards (and?) the men, he does not let me go (I cannot do my work) CT 54 483:7; ana .. muhhi PN.. a anapanija tapuranni. .. concerning PN, mamma la about whom you wrote to me (the king), no one is to interfere with him YOS 3 2:16; ikkard'a iddiku u jdli u-sa-am-mu-'-in-ni umma (see ilku mng. 2g-2') Thompson Rep.

u-sa-am-med

240 r. 4, see also YOS 3 136:24, cited mng.

8amag

lb; I have paid the barley so minammaPN ina GN i-kal-da-ni-mau-sa-am-ma umma why does PN come complaining to me in Uruk and harassing me, saying (that I have not paid it)? BIN 1 12:12; kal biti la i-sa-am-mu-[d] so that they do not harass every household ABL 925 r. 17 (all NB). The proposed meanings are inferred entirely from a range of contexts that point to the experience or bringing about of personal conditions of discomfort or difficulty. No concrete physical conditions such as lameness or the like are associated with these, with the exception of the NA oracles cited mng. 2. The lex. refs. are obscure.
In ICK 1 159:4 read za-ku-a-ku. For ACh I~tar 7:24 see sabd'u mng. Ic.

22:11 (all NB).

2. I/3 to falter: Iepdka la is-sa-namma-a la inarrutaqdtdka your (Assurbanipal's) feet must not falter, your hands must not tremble Craig ABRT 1 5:8 (NA
oracles).

samf see sdmu s. samf (sky) see §amc. simu (simu, sa'mu, sammu, fem. sdmtu, sdntu, sandu) adj.; red; from OAkk. on; simu in Mari (see usage a-7'); wr. syll. (sa-'-mu LTBA 2 2:280, sa-am-mu ARMT
13 86:7) and SA 5 (TIR Labat Suse 4 r. 21,

3. summi2 to hamper, interfere with, harass: kima (J.KUR.ZI.SAR li-sa-am-mu§i kilpiua (see samidu A usage d) Maqlu V 33; dullu etapal umd annurig -sa-ammu-n[i-ni] ideja me undalliu I have done the work (to which I was assigned) but now they have made me powerless by interfering with me ABL 1364:8 (NA), cf. la sa-am-Fmu-n[i] (in broken context)
ABL 1285:39 (NA, coll. S. Parpola); ki suluppi

9:8); cf. sdmu.
sa sa-a SI.A = sa-a-mu S b II 177, also A 111/4:220; 5 = sa-a-mu Nabnitu XXII 228; [su-ii] [sI-guni2]

ittagl

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samu
= [s]a-mu-', [p]e-lu-u MSL 9 149 iii 2' (Proto-Aa), see MSL 14 136; si-i si-gunl= sa-a-mu A III/4:228; su-u si-gun2.A = sa-a-mu, p6-lu-u ibid. 222f.; [su-u] [si-gunil = sa-a-mu, pe-e-lu-u, za-ar-ri-qum, [bi]-[it-ral-mu MSL 14 96:183:1ff. (= MSL 2 135f.:e-h, Proto-Aa); sI-gun = pe-e-lum, za-riqum, sa-mu-i MSL 9 131:395f.; [i-gu-nu] U+DAR = burrumu, sa-a-mu A II/6 iv 21'f. udu.su 4 = sa-a-mu Hh. XIII 100, cf. iuz.su 4 ibid. 200, and passim in Hh. with Sum. correspondence sa 5 ; ki9i g .me sa 5 .me = kul-ba-bi sa-m[ute] Practical Vocabulary Assur 417. tdg.sa s tug.ni.gal.la.kex(KID) bar.ku.ga bi.in.mu 4 : subdta sa-a-ma subat namrirri zumur ella ulabbilka I have clothed your pure body in a red garment, a garment of awesome splendor CT 16 28:70f., cf. a.il.la.zu.ne.ne tug.sa 5 in. 1al.e. d : ana nil idinunu su-ba-tu sa-a-ma atrus AfO 14 149:186f. (bit mesiri, coll. R. Borger); tug.g6. sa 5 : nahlapta sa-an-ta (see nahlaptu lex. section) CT 16 28:68f.; u 4 mul.apin mul.

samu

6 hidu hurdsi one red(?) seal, six gold hidu beads(?) RA 43 154:160 (Qatna inv.), cf. 6 hidu hurdsi A.BA 1 sa-mu ibid. 146:78;

as Akkadogram in Hitt.: (prescription for
making) NA 4 SA-MU HT 3 (= BM 108561):1, see Oppenheim Glass p. 67.

2'

of gold (designating a special
5

quality): [Kt.GI].sa

= sa-a-mu (between

pes and arqu) Hh. XII 256; sa-'-mu (var. sa-a-mu) = hu-ra-[su] (var. Kt.GI) LTBA 2
2:280, var. from ibid. 4 iv 11; buy hurdsam

sd-ma-am §a Sabulim red gold for smelt-

ing

Larsen, Matous Festschrift 2 114 WAG 48-1462:17 (OA); x KT.GI pussU [x KI].GI

sa-mu §a DN x light gold, x reddish gold
belonging to Annunitu ARM 7 4:18, cf. ibid.
10:6, note ul sa-am ARMT 13 6:16; Kt.GI SA 5 BE 14 121:1, PBS 2/2 110:6, 129:18, (beside Kt.GI BABBAR) PBS 13 80 r. Iff. (all MB), JEN 569:13; Kt.GI sa-mu red gold

bi

LUL.A

al.si 4 . si4 : MUL.APIN

MUL.ME9-

Ui

ma'dif sa-a-mu if the stars of the Plow are very red K.2241+ :24 and 26 (bil. astrol.), and passim in this text, cf. mul.bi nu gun.ghn : [MU]L.MEASu la sa-a-mu K.8634:5f. si /I malu, si / sa-a-mu AfO 14 pl. 7 i 9 (astrol. comm.); AL.GUN.GtN.NU = sa-a-mu 2R 47 ii 33 (comm.); SA5 //pe-lu[(-u) / S]A 5 / sa-a-mu (comm. on qarndfu uddudama pe-el its (the moon's) horns are pointed and red) Thompson Rep. 37:4 (coll.); pi-in-du-u = um-sa-tu sa-an-ti red mole Izbu Comm. 128.

(beside hurdsu arqu yellow gold) RA 43
138:2, cf. 178:37, wr. KI.GI SA5 ibid. 46, '156:192 (Qatna invs.); 4 G-T.UN [Kt.GI S]A 5 ana lubusti Sa DN u DN 2 lu addinuma

a) referring to the natural color - 1' of precious stones: for the red stone par
excellence, carnelian, called (abnu) samtu, see samtu; epilti uqnz SA 5 (this is) the procedure for red "lapis lazuli" (colored glass) Oppenheim Glass 43 § 13:110, cf. ibid. 107; elldmma uqn' sa-a-[mu] out (of the kiln) comes red "lapis lazuli" ibid. 40
five shekels of aban gab& SA 5 NITA red "male" alum ibid. B § 8:6; na 4 . [nunuz. s a5 = ga-mu Hh. XVI RS Recen§ 12:89; sion 154, cf. ibid. 161; NA 4

lu ulabbiluiunutima verily, I gave four talents of red gold for garments for Marduk and Sarpanitu, and I clothed Marduk and Sarpanitu in sumptuous garments of red gold 5R 33 ii 28 and 33 (Agumkakrime), cf. Kt.GI SA 5 MDP 6 pl. 11 i 13 (MB kudurru), BBSt. No. 21 ii 6 (NB); [...] URU BAL.TIL eb-ba sa-\al-ma K[tr.GI(?)

lubulta rabita lubugta Ktr.GI SA5 DN u DN 2

.. .] [the walls?] of Assur [were .

.] with

shining red gold (or: silver)

AfO 18 44 (pl. 2) r. 21 (Tn.-Epic); KTT.GI SA5 eper §ad= diu Sa mamman la iptiquru ana Sipir

nikilti red gold, found in the mountains,
from which no one had ever cast works
of art Borger Esarh. 83 r. 30; 1 MA.NA Kt.

d-ri-ia-hu =

NA 4

[9UB]A [S]A 5 MSL 10 69:12a, 70:33, 71:40 (= Uruanna III 139); NA 4 .BAL SA 5 NA 4 .BAL MI

NA 4 .BAL SIG 7 (among stones) AMT 102:32,
also NA 4 .MU§ SA
5

GI sa-a-mu uibilu send one mina of red gold CT 22 52:25 (NB let.), cf. Nbn. 489:4,
also ibid. 6 and 8, wr. Kt.GI SA 5 GCCI 2 277:1, YOS 6 115:7, 175:4, note (possibly to be read KU.GI DIRI = hurdsu atru, beside
K1.GI GUR 7) UET 4 143:2, 14, 25f., 29,

ibid. 33;

NA 4 SA

5

Sa

kima buldli inilu tapalgal you rub his

eyes with a red stone which is (as red) as the berry of the boxthorn (abulilu) AMT
16,3 i 9; a necklace with 1 kunukku sa-mu 127

but KOt.GI U

SA5 ibid. 22 (all NB); whether

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samu
Kt.GI SUD.A ARM 7 145:1, 249 r. 10, ARM 9 189:1, BE 6/1 97:4 is to be read hurdsu
Nuzi);

samu
16 AN9E.KUR.RA.ME9 SA5.MES (beside irgini and black horses) ABL

samu is uncertain, see hurdsu mng. 2a; note, omitting Kt.GI: qaqqadkalbenadrite surru§§in asinimma 5 GoJ.UN 12 MA.NA sa-a-mu ruli tisbutu Iuqultu heads of ferocious dogs protruded from their (the shields') middles, the weight (of the shields) amounting to five talents and twelve minas of red shining (gold) TCL 3
371 (Sar.).

466:6, cf. ADD 988:7, r. 7, 10, 15, ADD 989:1, 5, 7, 10, Iraq 13 111 ND 446 (all NA), Moore Michigan Coll. 64:1 and 5 (NB).

5' of other animals: [Ab].su 4 = saan-t[u] Hh. XIII 3391; 1-en GUD sa-a-mu ... 1-en GUD buktu sa-an-da one red ox, one red heifer Dar. 276: f.; 1 AB.GAL Saan-du YOS 7 125:1, wr. sa-an-da BM
32865:1, cf. 11 GUD.ME sa-a-mu Dar.

fj

3'

of flowers and fruit - a'
GI.RIM §d

in gen.:
<Sd)

e-ri-mu : U

GIS.TIR

392:6, 1-en GUD sa-a-mu VAS 5 29:2, VAS 6 135:1, Speleers Recueil 284:1 (all NB); imeru

SA 5 - erimu is (equivalent to?) girimmu of the woods whose fruit is red
GURUN-<
j za-marsa-mu

samani sa-a-mu 8a sindu inamuhhiujdnu an eight-year-old red donkey without a
mark (of ownership) on him
Camb. 1:1; Leichty Izbu

Uruanna I 401, also ibid. 401a; MIN (= za-mar) dr-qu : ( ha-li la i-du ibid. 216;

ak-tam Sd Marfor red flowers and berries see abulilu, girimmu, illuru, qurn, urn2. b' as a plant name: j (var. adds §dmu) SA 5 : f NfG.PA) Uruanna I 235; GIS.PA.SIPA (var. t sa-mu : t t

§umma tz SA5 MI ulid if a red she-goat
gives birth to a black (kid)
XVIII 13, also (colors reversed) ibid. 14; UDU. ... inakkis NITA SA 5 // SIG 7 ana pan Ium

he slaughters a red, variant: yellow, sheep
before Ium Or. NS 40 141:29 (namburbi);

sa-a-mu,

tj

§d-

[2 salmi] kalbi SA5

two (apotropaic)

mu SA 5 :

U

f

kakki elpete Uruanna I 281/8-9, j.SA 5 (among medicinal Kiichler Beitr. pl. 19 iv 14, also Weidner Gestirn-Darstellungen

(var. [GI]9) ,am-mi SA 5 : A9 kisri immeri

Uruanna III 62;

ingredients) SA 5 t MI 45:5, 46 r. 5.

fj

figurines of red dogs KAR 298 r. 19; Zt GUD SA 5 bile of a red ox Kocher BAM 152 ii 10, and parallel STT 97 iv 17; [Bumma] kalbu SA 5 .MEg ina [suqi.. .] (beside GtN. ME9) CT 38 49:19, §umma kalbu SA 5 [.. .] (beside GtN) CT 40 43 Rm. 2,304:4 (both SB

4' of horses: there are no white horses u adilu ANgE.KUR.RA sa-mu-tim harsam= nji luarisum so in the meantime I will have "red" horses from Harsamna taken
to him RA 35 120a: 15 (Mari let.); 1 salmu x

Alu); sa-ma-nu 'a igdri = tul-tu sa-am-td red worm Uruanna III 237, in MSL 8/2 62; Summa x-sum tiltam [sa-aml-ta-am mali if the .... is full of "red worm" YOS 10 9:26 (OB ext.); see also hahhuru, kulbabu, note
[Summa KI§]I 8 .ME~ SA 5 .MES pelitu KAR 376:19 (SB Alu).

DUMU irindu u SA5 DUMU Akrijal one black (horse) sired by 8irindu and (one)
"red" sired by Akrija§ BE 14 12:11 (MB),
also ibid. 3, 5, 8, 10, etc.; 1 SA 5 ibid. 39, and passim in MB, see Balkan Kassit. Stud. 26ff., also Aro, WZJ 8 572 HS 114:11; ANgE.KUR. AASOR 16 98:4, HSS 15 110:7 RA SAL 1 ANE.KUR.RA SA 5 akkannu and 10; AASOR 16 99:5, cf. ibid. 8, 100:4, 12, etc., I sis

8s-a-mu

6' of parts of the body: Summa pan?§u SA5 if his face is ruddy CT 28 26:40 (physiogn.), cf. §umma (pani)SA5 if he has a ruddy face ibid. 28:25; qaqqulti inisu SA 5
ibid. 33:13; hu.ru.ug.mugen = [hu]-rugu = kur-ku-u §a inadu la SA 5 .MES a kurk2

bird whose eyes are not red Hg. D 344, Hg. B
IV 252, in MSL 8/2 176; [Summa immeru]

UB sd-a-mu HSS 15 112:3, also (beside babrun

but 1 ANSE.KUR.RA NITA \sa-am-tum 6 MU.MES one sixnu) 119:2, 4, and 6,

damiuu kima illuri sa-a-mu if the sheep's
blood is as red as a poppy(?) TuL p. 42:7 (translit. only).

year-old red stallion

HSS 14 648:8 (all

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samu 7' of wine: 20 DUG GETIN.HI.A sa-ammu ARMT 13 86:7, cf. DUG GESTIN sdSA 5 sa-a-mu

samu ina §am& ittanakan if a red cloud keeps hovering in the sky Thompson Rep. 248: 1; Summa [. . .] ~iturum la erpetim [sa]-am-ti-im [naw]irtim u sal[imtim ina] muslalim ittazizma if at midday there appears an unusually great [. . .] of a red, a luminous, or a black cloud ZA 43 310:22
(OB astrol.);

a-mi-im ARM 9 56:1, wr. sa-a-mi-im ARM 10 133:15, 18; for other refs., wr. sa-ami(-im) or si-mi-im, see karanu mng.

Id-1'.
8' of other foodstuffs: [ka9].sa 5 = sa-a-mu red (beer) Hh. XXIII ii 9; MUN.A. MA.NIM : MUN a-ma-ni, MUN sa-an-td red
salt Uruanna II 557f., see also amanu A

§umma

MUL.UDU.IDIM SA 5 ana

UL SA5 TE

if the red planet approaches

lex. section; sa-mu-tu red (cakes) (for context see kubbulu) RAcc. 77:38. 9' of natural phenomena: summa izi. GAR ... SA5 if the flame is red CT 39
35:48, cf. Summa IZI IZI.GAR.A-4d sa-a-mu (between da'mu and BABBAR) ibid. 34:15; summa IZI.GAR ligan imittiu SA 5-at if the right tongue of flame is red ibid. 36:78, cf. ibid. 77 (all SB Alu); [ina Aerte]

a red star TCL 6 16:44, cf. §umma MUL. UDU.IDIM SA 5 U MUL SIG 7 ittentuma [. . .] ibid. 56; for MUL.SA 5, see also makrt.

10' as personal name: Sa-mu-um Frank
Strassburger Keilschrifttexte 17:2, Grant Smith College 254:30, YOS 12 325:27, YOS 14 28:24, and passim in OB, wr. Sd-mu-um YOS 12 200:12, for MB see Clay PN 122, for MA see Saporetti Onomastica 1 389f., for NB see Tallqvist NBN 180, note as "family name" YOS 6 157:15, VAS 6 114:17, Dar. 526:15, BE 8 35:14.

sa-a-am-te ana b[dbi] tudessagunu you take them (the horses) out the gate in the red glow of morning Ebeling Wagenpferde
p. 11 A r. 2, restored from p. 29 I 4 and p. 33 M+N r. 6; ba'il zimu u SA5 it (the planet

11'
mu

other occs.: IM.GID.DA sirpa sa-a-

Iraq 36 pl. 56 r. 2, see Lambert, RA 68

Jupiter) was very brilliant, its appearance was red ACh Istar 17 i 11, etc., also cited Borger
Esarh. 17 ii 38, also bu'ulma sa-a-mi K.8278+

151 r. 8; for other refs., all wr. SA5 , see sirpu B; if the moon tikpi SA 5 .ME [mali] is full of red spots LBAT 1528:2, restored

r. 15; if in the middle of the Raven constellation 3 MUL.ME LUL.A§ AL.GN.GtTN.

from ACh Supp. 2 Sin 3:32, and see tikpu; §a bit ,udutinni sa-a-mi (a brick belonging) to the red sudutinnu house AOB
1 108 No. 29:8 (Adn. I), also 106 No. 28:5; PN rab bani PN2 ahdssu naphar 2 ina KA sa-

three stars are very red ACh I~tar 23:13 (coll.); if Jupiter ina IGI.LA- i SA 5 NU
Thompson Rep.

SAR-S'

Venus SA 5-at u unnutat ACh Itar 2:17, SA5 at u ba'lat ibid. 18; if Venus sirha SA 5 TUK has a red luminosity ACh Supp. 2 49
K.3589:4, and passim in astrol.;

SA 5

-at

187A:5, of. if Venus ina ACh Supp. 34:12, and passim;

a-me(text -PI) PN, the rab bani, (and) PN2, his sister, a total of two (deportees from Babylon) from the Red Gate ADD 891:15,
cf. ibid. r. 6, cf. BRM 1 85:1 (NB), Borger Esarh. 92 § 61:13; ilu sa-a-mu (name of a god in the Marduk temple in Assur) 3R 66
iii 29 (takultu), cf. dSa-mu MVAG 41/3 16 iii 30 (MA), see Frankena Takultu 111 No. 193.

§umma AN.MI

BI SA5 if that eclipse is red BM 38160 i 6 (iqqur fpu ), cf. Labat Calendrier § 70: 1, ACh Supp.

if the moon ina Sam na= 2 Sin 16:24; b) said of red-dyed wool and garments palkuti sa-a-am ACh Supp. 2 Sin 2:33, cf. made of it - 1' in gen.: sfG.HI.A sd-am-

sessu SAs-at ibid. 3:34, see also manzdt mng. Ic, mihu A, sallumm;i; if Venus
AGA SA 5 [aprat]

TIM iba~imainaGN [u] GN 2 -ma red wool is available in Tihmurna as well as Duirhumid CCT 4 27a:39, see Veenhof Old Assyrian

wears a red tiara (fol-

lowed by black, green)

K.13849:1', also

(preceded by white) ACh I~tar 2:25 (coll.), cf. ACh Supp. 2 119:46, ACh Supp. 36: 12; gumma erpetu

Trade p. 138, cf. 80 Gtj (Saptum) pasitum 20 GJ sd-am-tum CCT 4 47a:31; obscure: sd-am-tdm rakkus he is contractually

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bound(?) as for(?) red wool Contenau Trente Tablettes Cappadociennes 22:12 (all OA); SfG SA 5 ADD 812 r. 10, also (as tribute exacted from Arwad) Streck Asb. 168 r. 31; garments

samu
TJG.KUR.RA SA 5 taqebbir you bury the

carcass of that bull in a red ....

cloth

RAcc. 14 ii 19, cf. ibid. 18 iv 14; TJG BABBAR TtJG MI TtJG GADA TtG SA 5 (in a rit.) BiOr

made of sfG SA5 kdri ....
Iraq 16 37 (pl. 6) 14f.,

-quality red wool

30 178:27,

cf. TJG SA5 tukattam

AMT

cf. SfG SA 5 i88u libbi

34,2:4, and passim; you take hair from a goat

ekalli niddan ABL 413 r. 1 and 6 (all NA); in late texts sfG SA5 is replaced by ta= barru; 40 TJG.HI.A pirikannu sd-mu-tum four red pirikannutextiles BIN 4 162:4, cf. ibid. 35; pirikannisd-mu-tim IdmamaDebi lanim pirikannis a talaqqeannilu sd-mu-' buy red pirikannutextiles and send them to me, all the pirikannutextiles you take for me should be red TCL 4 43:24 and 27

§a sfG-S6 SA5 Or. NS 36 10:4 (namburbi).

c) referring to abnormal coloring - 1' as a symptom of illness: Summa amelu... zamar SIG7 zamar SA 5 zamar panuSu is= sanallimu if (the body of) a man is at times yellow, at times red, and his face keeps turning (purplish) black AMT 86,1 ii 13; Summa panSu u indSu ittanpuhu kibri iniu SA if his face and his eyes 5 (both OA); LfJ.SAG.ME-hU TOG SA 5 -ti lab= are puffy, and the rims of his eyes are red bulu his officials were clothed in red garLabat TDP 78:69, cf. (the face) ibid. 72:3ff.; ments (as a sign of rejoicing) ABL 473:8 [Summa marsu s]Ga qaqqadiSu SA 5 if the (NA); 1 lamhu§um pesitum 1 lamhullrm hair on a patient's head is red Syria 33 sa-mu-tum (for 8ama§ and Aja) CT 32 4 °123 r. 2, cf. ibid. r. 3, also Summa Adrat xi 23 (NB Cruc. Mon. Manigtugu), see Sollberger, qaqqadi u SA Labat TDP 30:112, also, wr. 5 JEOL 20 61:331; hu§-u-c, a-du(var. -da)sa-ma-at AfO 24 83:2, cf. pirit qaqqadiSu mu = lu-ba-di(var. -ru) sa-a-mu Malku VI sa-mat // sa-ma-ta <//> saphat Hunger Uruk 73f., vars. from An VII 164f., Malku VIII 57f., 40:7; [umma . . . qaq] qadilu sa-mi // sia see also lubdru lex. section; sa-am-tum = qaqqadiu sa-ma-at STT 403:27 (comm. on na-ah-lap-tu se-ri Malku VI 117, also An VII Labat TDP 20:23); summa marsu liSdnu SA 5 204. it (subscript) Hunger Uruk 32 r. 14, 33 r. 9; umma 9A.ME9SA5 .ME9 if his belly is 2' in apotropaic rituals and magic: red Labat TDP 120 ii 35; Summa ginatuSu sfG SA 5 SfG BABBAR iteni§ tetemmi you SA5.ME9 if his urine is red ibid. 134:39, twist together red and white wool CT 23 also (his feces) ibid. 16, and passim in TDP, cf. 10:23, also RA 18 163 r. 2, and passim, cf. Summa bubu'tu SA5 ina zumur ameli ibaggi SIG SA5 DUR tetemmi AMT 10,1 iii 7, also AMT 78,7:4, cf. umma bubu'tu SA 5 (beibid. 16; ina sfG SA 5 talammi AMT 103 ii 17, tween pesdt is white and arqat is yellow) also BBR No. 31-37:6; see also lapdpu, tnamz; (see bubu'tu usage a) Kiichler Beitr. pl. 14 i 9, nahlapta SA5 ihhallap subdta SA5 illabbiS cf. also [bu]buhta sa-am-ta ittad[i ... ] (the exorcist) will be clad in a red cloak,

§a

he will put on a red garment BBR No. 26
ii 9, also ibid. i 26, cf. ABL 24:14f. (NA), cf.

AMT 92,4 r. 9.

nahlapti sa-am-ti labi8 ZA 43 17:50 (SB lit.), ABL 461:2 (NB rit.), cf. also TJG SA 5 lablu
RAcc. 133:208, maSmdu §a T!JG.AB.SAG SA 5 aknu AfO 19 pl. 26 A 163:4, see ibid. p. 115 sub B (coll. W. G. Lambert), ina lubdre sa-mu-

t[i] RA 60 36:6; parsiga SA5 aprat (the
figurine) wears a red turban KAR 298:27 and parallels, see also CT 16 28:70f. and 68f.,

in lex. section; pagar alpi 8du ina iten

2' in ext.: umma ina reS niri kakkabum sa-mu-um ,akin if there is (a mark in the shape of) a red star on top of the "yoke" YOS 10 42 iv 31 (OB ext.), also ibid. 33, 3 kak: kabu sa-mu-tum ,aknu ibid. 37; umma libbu uttetim sa-ma-tim mali if the heart is full of red grains ibid. i 26 and 41:27; Summa tallu sa-am (followed by pesi) ibid. 42 iii 39, Summa ina reS qerbi MI.IB.HI sa-mu nadi RA 65 73:59, cf. ibid. 74:67 and 72;

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§umma tulimum ziqti sa-m[u] -tim mali RA 67 42:22, and see ziqtu A mng. 3, (with

smu

ameli innamir if a red cat(?) is seen in a man's house (in the sequence BABBAR 6ir iri) YOS 10 41:55, Summa tulimum kap= white, MI black, samu, burrumu variegated, arqu yellow) CT 39 48 BM 64295:7 paAu sa-ma RA 67 42:30, Summa qerbu kas
sa-mu-ti udduhu RA 65 73:29, also RA 27

150:3,

ihhu . . . sa-am wa-ru-uq

u pe-si

CT 44 37:16 (all OB); see also m A mng. 2a-2'a',

qi A mng. 3a, sihhu, and passim in ext.; note

e) as a magic color: milu SA5 itbdmma nara SA5 -tum imla erre#u SA5 epinna SA 5 GI§.fL(?) SA5 fL-i-ma me SA 5 .ME9 liskir 3' other occs.: summa I.GI sa-a-am red high water has risen, it has filled a red if the oil is red YOS 10 57:25 (OB oil omens), canal, let a red plowman bring a red plow and a red hod, and let him dam up the dupl. CT 5 4:22; [Summa] giimmaru SA 5 ina kiri ameli [...] if a red date palm red water CT 23 37 iii 66f. (SB med. inc.); urbatu urbatu urbatu sa-am-tum itbdmma [...] in a man's garden CT 40 45 Sm. urpataSA5 iktum zunnu SA5 itbdmma ersetu 1120:17, cf. [gilimmaru] SA 5-tum ibid. K.14159:7 (both SB Alu); Summa izbu drta SA5 irhu a cloud, a cloud, a red cloud has sa-am-<ta>Iakin Leichty Izbu VII 93; Summa risen, it has covered (another) red cloud, . .. biru ippetima mi~a SA5.ME if a well red rain has risen and fecundated the red earth ibid. 65. is opened and its water is red (followed by SIG7.ME§ yellow, kima dami sarpu bloodLandsberger, JCS 21 139ff. red lines 5f.) CT 39 22:4, cf. m?'u SA 5 ibid. 17:61 (SB Alu); summa m~ ,am~ SA 5.ME samu (or sam2) s.; (mng. unkn.); OB.* ACh Adad 31:58. Concerning what you wrote, saying ana d) as one of the four basic colors ahija annam app[al] umma £ma upndfu 1' in the sequence of the four colors: sa-ma-am lu ma-la-f al ul aha§§ehSu inkunu Summa sasu pesi2 salmu SA5 arqu ina bit ul mahraku "I will answer my brother ameli GAL if there is a white, black, red, 'yes'" - he said, "even if(?) his fists are or yellow moth in a man's house BRM 4 filled with s. I do not want him, you (pl.) 21:21 (SB Alu), cf. (said of ants) KAR 376:6, do not like me" YOS 13 447:17, see Stol, AbB
(said of hair) CT 28 28:4 (SB physiogn.), (said of plaster) CT 38 15:32 (SB Alu), (said of the rdbisu demon) CT 40 3:73 (SB Alu), (said of UD.A rash(?) on the face) Labat TDP 74:43, (said of a baby) ibid. 226:86, (said of the Goat star) KAR 404:4. 9 181.

the use of the sign TIR (for DIR?): Summa libbi nidi kussz TIR Labat Suse 4 r. 31, also Summa esemtu kaluamaTIR-at ibid. 7 r. 28, if a woman gives birth and kima li-da-Siri TIR (the child) is as red as .. . . ibid. 9:8 (Izbu).

(SB Alu), cf. (a pig) Labat TDP 2:11, (an ox) ibid. 17, (pig bristles) CT 38 46:27, and passim in omens; if the sun is seen ina GU SA 5 (see qz A mng. 4c) ACh gamas 14:9, see also katarru, cf. also (trees) Hh. III 9, (dates) Hh. III 337, Hh. XXIV 270, (seeds) Hh. XVII 344, (animals) Hh. XIII 100, Hh. XIV 91, 178, 367.

s&mu v.; 1. to become red, 2. summu to make red; from OB on; I isimisdm, 1/2, II; cf. samtu A and B, samu, simu, *sumtu, simu. i-si-mu isu 1. to become red: ,ad ihnub the mountains became red (with flowering vegetation) as tree (and bush) grew luxuriant SEM 117 iii 17 (MB lit.); Summa x x ina(?) GI§.GI§IMMAR is-si-im on the date palm turns red if the ....

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ND 5502 r. i 13 (aluzinnu text, courtesy D. J. Wise-

sanibu samulzu see samdsu. samumu s.; (mng. unkn.); syn. list.*
animic = sa-li(var. -mu)-mu Malku V 76.

man); libbi itibanni ibtalta . . panija er: qutu i-sa-a-mu my heart became happy, it revived, my pale face turned rosy ABL
358 r. 8 (NA), see Parpola LAS No. 122, cf.

[summa ... ] ...
TDP 170:12;
summa

panfu i-sim-mu Labat
samsu ippuhma sam

Probably corrupt var. of salimu. *samuntu num.; one-eighth; OB; only stat. const. samnat attested; cf. samdne. sa-am-na-at 'alulti 20 one-eighth of one-third of "twenty" (i.e., an uttetu) JNES 5 204:14, cf. sa-am-na-at§inepiat 20 ibid. 18 and 26; [sa-a]m-na-at §iddim putum the width is one-eighth of the length Sumer §iddija one eighth 7 148:21; [sa-a]m-na-at of my side ibid. 130:23, cf. sa-am-na-x
ibid. 137:7 (all OB math.).

i-si-mu

if when the sun rises the sky

turns red Thompson Rep. 123 r. 4; uncert.:

[is-s]i-im-ma nebctu ibteli i§dtu the brightly burning fire became red(?) and
went out Gilg. V iii 19, see von Soden, ZA 53 225; [when the glass?] i-si-mu-ma JNES
32 192 r. 5, cf. r. 1.

2. summu to make red: 8a pari PN bel dligunu illurig u-si-mu-ma who (by boiling) dyed the skin of PN, the ruler of their city, red like the illuru plant Lyon Sar. 5:33; 16 goatskins ana sa-'u-me in order to dye them red VAS 19 59:2 (MA); [x] KUR da-mi-si-nu us-si-im BSOAS 30
497 BM 82685 iii 4 (coll. and joined to BM 82684

See also samdnat sub samdne. samuntu see samnu num. samunu see samanu B. samusu see samdsu. sanabu (or sandpu) v.; to tie; OB, SB; I isnib - isannib, II; cf. sdnibu, sanndbu, sinbu A, sundbu.
BU = sa-na-bu, [x].zi = si-in-bu Antagal III
259 f.; BUSi'raRA = sa-na-bu (in group with §er2, temeru, qeberu) Erimhug VI 29; gu. BU = sa-na-bu IziF 115; [. . .] = sd-na-bu RA 17 173 K.14812 r. 3.

by W. G. Lambert); summa [immerum] ina tabdhilu damiu su-um-mu if when the sheep is slaughtered its blood is a deep red YOS 10 47:22 (OB behavior of sacrificial lamb); difficult: (Itar) mu-si-im-mat em-[q]e-e-ti who makes the experienced
women(?) . . . . STT 257 r. 3.

samuganu see samukdnu. samuhasu see samhasu. samukanu (or samuganu) s. pl.; (a wooden siege instrument); OB, Mari.* Summa dl sumim inajalibimu sd-mu-kdne u-ra-ad if a famous town capitulates due to a battering ram and s.-s RA 35 49
No. 27b:3 (Mari liver model); 10 GI WA-S[i-bi]

10 GI§ ti-ma-ti-[im] 20 GI~ s -mu-kd-ni liblam he should bring ten battering rams, ten siege towers, and twenty s.-s Tell
Asmar 1931,197:13 (early OB let.).

samullu see samdnu B.

a) sanabu: I will put the holy cedar in my mouth a-sd-ni-ib-ku ina itiq pirtija I will bind it for you (Sama§) with (or: in) a lock of my hair JCS 22 25:2 (OB ext. prayer), cf. as-ni-ib erenam ellam ina itiq pirtija ibid. 7; ta-as-ni-ib appaka aqqin: natika[a] -ki la amtahas (or amtahhas) letka (see qinnatu mng. la-1') RA 36 12:13 (OB inc.); qulmd ina qablisu ta-sa-an-ni-ib you tie an axe to his waist Or. NS 39 143:10 (namburbi); pilaqqu liddu kirissu ina relidu ta-sa-ni-ib you tie at its (the figurine's) head a spindle, a comb, (and) a hair clasp KAR 22:6, see TuL p. 76; Summa ina bit [ameli . . .] ina igdri sa-ni-ib if

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sanamuhlu in a man's house [. .. ] is tied to the wall
CT 38 16:80 (SB Alu). b) sunnubu: [. .. Sa] i~teniS su-un-nubu (in broken context) BMS 40:6.

sanaqu A mark (p. 134), 2. to approach an author-

ity with a claim, a complaint (p. 137), 3. to proceed against (ana), lay (legal) claim to (p. 138), 4. to check, to supervise, control, to execute exactly, reliably
(p. 138), 5. (in the stative) to be adjacent to, next to, to be fastened (p. 139), 6. to exact payment, to muster (p. 140), 7. to

See also muzannibu.
For Iraq 14 33:51 see sanbuku.

sanamuhlu s.; (a profession or function);

question closely, interrogate, to put pressure on (p. 140), 8. to transfer (p. 141), 9. to settle a matter (p. 141), 10. sun=

Nuzi; Hurr. lw.
Lt sa-na-mu-uh-li (receives rations) HSS 14 94:18; barley ana LfJ.ME sa-namu-uh-li ,a URU GN ibid. 177:8, wr. sana-mu-uh-lu ibid. 47:19; Lt.MEg sa-namu-uh-li-e §a attukau a PN your own and PN's 8.-s ibid. 13:15, cf. Lt sa-na-a[m(?). .] HSS 15 333:5.

nuqu to check, to keep under control,
subdue (p. 141), 11. sunnuqu to close, to fasten (p. 143), 12. sunnuqu to ques-

tion,

interrogate,

to

harass,

plague

(p. 143), 13. sunnugu (with dative or ana, NA inapani)to transfer (p. 144), 14. II/2

to be checked, to be put under pressure(?) (p. 144), 15. susnuqu to let

sananu v.; 1. (uncert. mng.), 2. sun= approach (p. 145), 16. IV to be innunu to pour(?), to have a stream carry vestigated, to be interrogated, to be down; SB; I (lex. only), II; cf. sanninu. checked (p. 145); from OA, OB on; I
[s]a(?)-na-nu = ke-fse(?)-rum(?) CT 18 10 r. i 8; in broken context: su-un-nu-nu = [...] CT 18 9 K.13654 right col. 4'.

isniq - isanniq (in RS iSniq, perfect na=
Saniq),

imp. siniq, 1/2, II, 11/2, III, IV;

1. (uncert. mng.): see lex. section.

CT 18 10,

in

wr. syll. and DIM4 ; cf. masnaqtu, saniqtu, sdniqu, sanqu adj., sanqutu, siniqtu, sun= nuqu adj. and s., sunqu.
di-im DIM 4 = sd-[na-al-qum MSL 14 119 No. b 7:21, also Recip. Ea D 2' and S I 117; [in.dim 4] = is-ni-[qu] Ai. I iii 1 [in.dim 4 .e] = is-ni-[iq], and 3; dim 4 = sa-na-[qu] (in group with teh, emedu, qerebu) Antagal G 196; di'imDIM 4 = sa-naqu, dib.ba = MIN §d sa-ba-ti, u.gid.da = MIN d L(J, gig.gig.la = MIN §d i§-ka-ri Antagal B
230ff.; di-imDIM 4 ,
.u

2. sunnunu to pour(?), to have a stream

carry down: matA§§ur rapatuti'itunelb
u bulut libbi ti-il-li-nu-i simat Sarruti suun-nu-nu rdtzun to provide the vast land

of Assyria with food to satiety and wellbeing .... befitting a king (through)

making the canals flow with water Lyon
§irisa matqu u-sa-an-ni-nu Sar. 6:39; rd.tiu[n] (see siral usage a-1') En. el.
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u.dim 4 ,

u.dab = sa-na-qu §d

sanapu s.; (mng. unkn.); plant list.*
ir a-a-dr sa-na-pu : §t a-a-dr TU KUL flower of s.: flower of .... Uruanna I 468. Possibly an inf., see sandbu. sanapu see sandbu.

saniqu A v.; 1. to arrive at a locality, to reach a locality, a person, to reach a
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sanaqu A la
CT 19 6 K.11155:8 (text similar to Idu); DI.DI = sa-[na-qu(?)] Izi XV v 13'; GI = sa-n[a-qu(?)] CT 12 29 BM 38266 ii 18 (text similar to Idu); gu.ta = sd-na-qu-um OBGT XV 16; si-ir BU sa-na-a-qum MSL 14 119 No. 7:25; [ki].la = fsa-nal-qum Kagal C 6, [ki].LAGAB = sa-na-qum ibid. 16; l~ = sa-na-qu (in group with ukkupu, kaaddu) Antagal G 177; [t]a-ab TAB = sa-na-q[u] A II/2 Section C 9. izi.tag.ga = IzI su-un-nu-qu Izi I 75. su 16.ux(GI9GAL) .lu dumu.dingir.ra.na ba.ra.an.te.ga.da ba.ra.an.gi 4 .gi 4 .de : ana zumur ameli mar ilisu la tetehhi la DIM 4 CT 16 15 v 23f., cf. [nam ... te].ga nam.te.na.an. dim 4 .ma : la tetehhi la DIM 4 4R 23 No. 4:7f. (Pazuzuinc.); dGibil dUtu. .ta dim4.md KA.bi mu.un.na.ab.b6 : dGira ana sit §amli is-niq-ma busrassina ittehd (see bussurtu lex. section) CT [...] hur.re : d i-sa-an-[ni-qu] 16 45:120f.; (in broken context) Lambert BWL 266:15; dub. sar dumu.a.ni ab.dim 4 .e.do : tuplarrumdradu i-sa-[an-niq] the scribe examines his son ZA 64 140:1 (Examenstext A). i'.dur.dur.re.e .,m ab. sins'. ginx(GIM) mul.an zag.til.bi : kima ger'i su-un-nu-qu kak= kab same gimirsun (see kakkabu lex. section) TCL 6 51 r. 7f., see RA 11 149:29, and W. G. Lambert, Or. NS 40 93 f. u // e-me-du / v // sa-na-qa TCL 6 6 ii 5, cf. vuS e-mi-du /I uv // sa-na-qu K.2876 ii 16'f.; [...] HA / sa-na-qu // NI / sa-na-qu 80-7-19,114:12f., dupl. NI / sa-na-qu (comm. on ana IGI MUL.BAN DIM 4 r. i 5) K.2876 r. i 7; a-sd-ri / sa-naqa / a-d-ri / [...] Lambert BWL 70 comm. to line 8 (Theodicy Comm.); a-sd-ri / a-la-ku //I dni" a-sd-ri / sa-na-qu CT 41 30:5 (Alu Comm.); [e]-mi-du / sa-na-qu TCL 6 18 r. 8 (astron. comm.); iqbi e-mi-du sa-na-qu te 4 -h[u-u] qe-re-bu CT 31 11 i 21 (ext. comm., coll.); SAL §udbubu / SAL su-un-nu-qa (see edul) BRM 4 20:60. sa-na-qu = qa-ra-bu LTBA 2 1 v 30 and 2:238, also An IX 23; sa-na-qu = e-de-lu CT 18 4 r. ii 6, also A III/1 Comm. App. 22; pa-qa-du = sa-na[qu?] CT 18 18 K.4587 ii 6. [. . .] = li-is-ni-iq, [. . .] = lu-us4 -ni(!)-iq OBGT III 14f.

sanaqu A la ABIM 5:9; adini ul i-sa-an-ni-qd-amkima is-sd-an-qd-am sibutam Sdti eppuSakku i

he has not yet arrived, as soon as he arrives I will take care of this business
for you TLB 4 24:10f.; adiniul i-sa-an-niqd-am-ma GI.PISAN.DUB.HI.A ul ubbalam

he has not yet arrived bringing the tablet
containers ibid. 84:8, cf. adini ul is-niqd-am TIM 2 45:6; aum PN ... §a ana GUD.HI.A ~kulim la i-s[a]-an-ni-qu-ma PN2 ana GUD.HI.A ukulim takunuma (you wrote me) concerning PNwho did not show

up to feed the oxen and your having assigned PN2 to feed the oxen A 3534:5;
kanikdt senim ... leqeamma ina MN UD.
20.KAM ana GN si-in-qd-am Kraus AbB 1 84:23, cf. ibid. 83:19, also LIH 50:19, 51 r. 4',

YOS 13 170:14, with pl. si-in-qd-nim PBS 7 u[mam] ana GN li-is-ni-qd-am 114:19; .TLB 4 25:9; ana GN kima ds-ni-qu TLB 4 58:8; itu umim §a as-ni-qu RA 62 18:22; do not neglect to write ina aSar a-sa-niqit wherever I go Kraus, AbB 5 159 r. 15'; Iumma sdbum . . . ana GN is-sd-an-qa-am kakki la teppela Laessoe Shemshara Tablets p. 32 SH 920:11; la tulappatam arhi si-inqd-am OLZ 1914 112:9, wr. z-in-qd-am CT 52 160:7, cf. la ulappatanim arhiS ana GN

§d

li-is-ni-qd-nim (the statues of the goddesses) must not delay, but must come quickly to Babylon LIH 34:27; arhiS li-isni-qd-am TCL 1 7:20, LIH 32:11, CT 4 39d:13;

uddidammasi-in-qd-am (see ededu mng. 2)
PBS 7 121:5, LIH 73:16, Kraus AbB 1 105:13, and passim in OB letters; arhiS liddidamma li-is-ni-qd-am VAS 16 191:23; miSi u urri

aldkam eplamma ina libbu 2 umi ana Bbili

1. to arrive at a locality, to reach a locality, a person, to reach a mark - a) said of persons - 1' in OB, Mari: the

si-in-qd-am travel day and night so that you arrive in Babylon within two days
OECT 3 6:10, cf. ina libbu 2 umi li-is-niqz-nim LIH 44:13, cf. LIH 39:20, 40:15, cf. also Fish Letters 15:28, TLB 4 36:23, TCL 7 21:29;

messengers itu bitat Agum [an]a GN ki [is]-ni-qu-nim VAS 16 24:9, cf. iltu GN within three days i-sa-an-ni-qu-nim-ma ueSeramm[a] ana GN [a]s-ni-[qd-am] ibid. is-sd-an-qi-nim-maAB.GUD.I.A §a qd-ti190:6; Ime-Dagan . .. anaGN is-ni-qa-am Iu-nu eleqqe they will arrive, once they
RA 66 128 A.3093:19 (Mari), cf. ana GN isni-qd-am VAS 16 161:11, cf. ibid. 158:19; [an]a GN a-sa-an-ni-iq ARM 10 121:15, cf.

have arrived I will take the cattle over from them BiOr 10 14 r. 7; the matter is
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sanaqu A la kall as soon as they (the messengers) reach you there, they must not be detained (send them on) Syria 19 119b: 10 (Mari let.), cf. um is-sd-an-qa-ak-kum la ta: kalldau TCL 7 51:18, cf. kima is-sd-an-qdak-kum CT52 160:4, 161:11, 162:9, LIH80:14,

sanaqu A lb

terror as one approaches their passes TCL 3 327 (Sar.); RN, who had never sent his messenger to my royal ancestors is-saan-qa-am-ma i§'alafulum §arritija came to me and greeted my majesty Streck Asb. 70 viii 64; aSlum ajabi la babil pani ite Bdbili la sa-na-qd so that the merciless 89:16, TIM 2 132:11, cf. also YOS 2 59:12, TLB 4 2:28; kima ana re eqlim ta-as-sd-an-qu foe would not reach the borders of Babylon VAB 4 134 vi 40 (Nbk.), cf. aggum ... when you arrive at your destination BIN 7 7:11, but kima ana GN ta-ds-sa-an-ni-qu lemnu u aggilu ana Bdbili la sa-na-qd VAB 4 82 i 9, 90 ii 3, 118 iii 1 (Nbk.), PBS 15 80 as soon as you arrive in GN CT 52 175:3; inima is-sd-an-q-ni-ik-kum LIH 45:8, cf. ii 1 (Nbn.). inuma as-sd-an-qd-ak-ku la tute8eranni 3' in lit.: ana DN nakru is-ni-qa lemni PBS 7 82:4; a8um mdri ummidni 8a adinila (see lemnig usage b) MVAG 21 86:21 (Keis-ni-qu-ni-kum-ma tapuram you wrote dorlaomer text), cf. ibid. 15 and 84:7; i ni-isme concerning the craftsmen who have not yet reached you TCL 7 9:17, cf. ibid. 6; niq-ma Tn.-Epic "ii" 19; ana mat Agade isthe envoys UD.24.KAM i-sa-an-ni-qi-ni- sd-an-q-nim KBo 19 98 C 8 and 9 (Cuthean ik-ku-nu-'i-im will reach you (pl.) on the Legend), see AfO 22 112, cf. ana GN is-sa-an[qu] AnSt 5 100:56f. (Cuthean Legend); red 24th (of Tagritu) LIH 85:9, cf. LIH 15:10f.; sa-na-qi-Id-nu ana GN is-sa-q[u-n]i(or isurram anaserikaa-sa-an-ni-qd-amtomorsa-<<an>-q[u-n] i) as their first destination row I will reach you Kraus AbB 1 109:31; they arrived at GN ibid. 49; e ta-as-niq-ii a8um tern ummdndtim 8a GN 'a ana serija is-ni-qd-nim-ma Bagh. Mitt. 2 56 i 3; inuma do not go near him ibid. 108:165; tamd: ummdnatum ana pani abullim is-ni-qd-a- tama la a-sa-an-ni-qa-ak-ka even if you should die I will not go near you Bab. 12 nim ibid. i 8; ana tillut bitim annim lu pl. 3 r. 32 (Etana); aju §a i-se-ni-qa a-na-si is-ni-qd-a-nim even if (the troops) did who is there who can come near us? come here to help this (royal) house ibid. LKA 62:9 (MA). 58 iii 32 (OB royal let.); you were given instructions a88um ... ana akitim sa4' other occs.: [Summa RI.Ri-ma ana na-qi-im to arrive at the akitu temple (x) A]N-e KI-tim NU DIM 4 if (in his dream) Kraus AbB 1 83:10. he flies but does not reach (the ... of)

t

2' in hist.: itti RN ana epee tuqmdti as-ni-iq (var. as-niq) abiktu ummdndtegu alkun to wage battle I closed with Ka~tilia§ and defeated his troops Weidner Tn. 12
No. 5:56 and 27 No. 16:61, var. from 30 No.

heaven and earth

Dream-book 329 r. ii 28;

17:35; ana aldni . .. gamri8 lu as-niq(var. -ni-iq) I came raging against the cities (that lie on the ledges of the mountain) AKA 54 iii 58 (Tigl. I); ina 8umur kakkeja ezzite as-ni-qa-8u-nu-ti8aggalti ummanad telu rapldte . . . lu alkun with a fierce attack I closed with them and massacred his huge army AKA 67 iv 88 (Tigl. I); hurdn, 8aqi2ti 8a . . . ana sa-naq nerebiunu malu pulhdti the high mountains which hold

etemmau ana etemmi kimtifu aj is-ni-iq (may he be left unburied and thus) may his spirit be unable to join the spirits of his family MDP 6 pl. 10 vi 22 (MB kudurru); inanna §urrumma §i-im-qa-am now approach promptly Ugaritica 5 20 r. 28 (let.); in personal names: Si-in-qi-ItarComeO-Itar Iraq 19 134 (pl. 31) ND 5465:12, Sinqi-Itar AnSt 3 23:10, ND 2082:5, 2302:2, both cited Iraq 16 51a, wr. Si-qi-Ihtar ibid. 46 (pl. 9) ND 2342:1 (all NA).

b) said of boats, caravans, etc.: adi itu inanna UD.2.KAM elippum i-sa-an-ni-qdam two days from now the boat will arrive

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YOS 2 3:7; elippatum itu girrim is-ni-qdni-im VAS 16 52:13, cf. TCL 18 133:8; MA.

sanaqu A Ig
Thompson Rep. 103:9, cf. ibid. 232 r. If.; MUL Dil-bat ana dSul-pa-e is-niq (followed by TE.ME§) ACh Supp. 2 52:1, cf. ibid. 78 i 16,

1.DUB ,~ ina MN UD.25.KAM ana GN liis-ni-qd-am LIH 87:19, cf. ina MN UD.30.

qadum MA.I.DUB-§U-n[u] ana GN sdna-qi-im LIH 40:8 (all OB letters); his conKAM

and passim, of. [.. .] a-ha-med is-sa-an-qu (opposite ibtelu) K.7951:10', also K.6478 r. 3, cf. ana panidu is-niq-ma (opposite ibe§)
ACh Supp. 2 66 K.3558 r. 13, dupl. 67 Sm. 1946: 10;

tract will be fulfilled ina sa-na-aq hart raniu when his caravan arrives (at Sippar-Jahrurum) BE 6/1 115:7 (OB); ja Sibum ana durim is-ni-iq-ma the battering ram drew up to the wall ARM 10 171:10. c) said of goods: we have written for the kuprum i-sd-an-ni-qd-am-ma bitumen nillak when the bitumen arrives we will go A 7536:17, cf. kuprum ul is-ni-qd-ni-agi-im ibid. 38; aAar igism ina MN UD.25. KAM ana GN sd-na-qum iq[qab] ... li-isni-q[d]-a[m] (see igisi mng. la) LIH 14:9 and 12; qdtdtifu ana UD.5.KAM ana kaspim sd-na-qi-im PN il(text al)-qe nipct PN 'urimma kaspam Su-us-ni-iq PN has guaranteed that the silver will arrive within five days, put a distress from PN in prison and thus collect the silver TCL 1 15:25 and 28; kaspum ... i-sa-an-n[i-q]aam-ma ARMT 13 4:15; lambs ana ne-p[ii§-t]im li-is-ni-q[d-nim] VAS 9 107:10 (all OB). d) said of news: bussurat had ana awilim i-sd-ni-iq (see bussurtu usage a)
YOS 10 53:19 (OB ext.); KA SIG 5 ana mati

[§umma Sin] UD.1.KAM ana MUL DIM4
CT 41 21:33 (SB Alu); umma MUL.SAG.ME. GAR ana A.§A GN is-sd(var. -sa)-niq K.5870:9-12, dupl. ACh Supp. 2 57:1-4; dGUD. UD EGIR dDil-bat . . . DIM4 -ma TCL 6 19 ana r. 27; lumun MUL.[UDU.ID]IM.ME is-ni-q[u] the evil porMUL.ME§.X.ME

§a

tended by planets that come close to the
. .. stars BMS 62:18.

g) said of evils: HUL ... aj ithd aj iqriba aj DIM4 -qa (var. is-ni-qa) aj ikluz danni may the evil not come near me, not approach me, not draw close to me,
not reach me LKA 123 obv.(!) ii 3, var. from Sweet, TSTS 1 7:17, cf. ibid. r. 11, also, wr. DIM 4 Or. NS 34 130 r. 6, Or. NS 36 25 r. 11, 28:12', PBS 1/2 119:18, wr. DIM 4 .MA LKU 34:9, Or. NS 36 4 r. 11; aj ithd aj DIM4 aj iqriba aj ik udanni PBS 1/1 12:22, also

BMS 12 r. 74, and passim; the evil la itehhd la iqerriba la i-sa-an-ni-qajd6i Or. NS 39
125:22, also Parpola LAS No. 334 r. 3, ana KI.

i-sa-an-ni-qu(vars. -qa, -qd) good news will come to the land Leichty Izbu I 58; . . . ul i-sa-ni-qd-am-ma TLB 4 temum
53:26 (OB let.).

NA-ia NU TE-a NU DIM4 -qd (see majalu Or. NS 24 243:3; ana biti TE-U mng. Ig) NU TE ana biti DIM 4 NU DIM 4 AfO 17 358:25 and dupl. STT 149:7 (Pazuzu inc.); NU iqarribala DIM4 -qd CT 23 17:34; a 8u ad&

e) said of seasons, time: kusum i-sini-iq-ni-a-tiwinter has come upon us BIN 6 114:14, cf. kusum is-ni-iq-ni-a-ti CCT 3 7a:9; umu sd-an(!)-qu-ni-a-ti CCT 4 39a r. 10 (all OA); Sd-ni-iq-adan-Marduk (personal name, see adannu mng. la) CT 6 4 iii 15 (OB); esedum is-ni-qa-a[m-m]a harvest time is upon us Kraus, AbB 5 223:13. f) said of planets, stars: Jumma
ana MUL.GUD.AN.NA MUL.SAG.ME.GAR DIM4 is-niq if Jupiter comes near Taurus

ana lemutti aj it[hi]ni aj is-niq-u-ni (see ad B usage b) ZA 43 19:74 (SB lit.); ina zumrijalaDIM4 -qa Maqlu V 179; Summa ana annanna ... taturri§§u ta-sa-ni-qi-§umma if you (Lamagtu) approach so-and-so again 4R 56 ii 19 (Lamagtu); mimma lemnu . .. la iturrala i-sa-an-ni-qd(var. i-sa-niqa) AfO 14 146:129 (bt mesiri); HUL . . ana zumrija ana la sa-na-qi Or. NS 39 148:12,
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CT 37 47:10, cf. AMT 1,2:2 (= Kocher BAM 494

saniqu A 2 claim, a complaint: annakam bit PN ana kaspim is-ni-qu-ni-a-ti-ma ana sibtim nil; qema nufabbiSunu (here) the firm of PN approached us with a demand for silver and we borrowed it at interest and satisfied them TCL 14 46:5; i[na] qerab GN PN [is-ni]-iq-ni-a-[ti-maumma] PN-[ma] Jankowska KTK 5:10, cf. ina warkim PN is-niiq-Su-ma umma uitma ICK 1 184:16 (all OA); ana mu'irrim ni-is-ni-iq-ma (see mu'irru usage a-2') TCL 1 29:23; ana awilim PN abi sdbim ds-ni-iq-ma PBS 7 108:29, of.
VAS 16 147:8; kima ana L1.KIN.GI 4 .A 'a tilldtim PN SANGA i-sd-an-ni-i-qu u ana

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(the sins of my family)

§a

kima

sabasi kimilti ilija u idtarija is-ni-qu-ni jdi KAR 39 r. 14, see JNES 33 280:118; [la il-sa-an-ni-qt (in broken context) KUB 37 61:16, of. ibid. 71:5 and 7.

h) said of parts of the body and exta: Summa ana idi martiis-niqKA DIM 4 ti ana rub& itehhdm (see saniqtu) TCL 6 3 r. 21; Summa naplastu ana padaniis-niq
Boissier DA 15 ii 43;

§ulmu

Summa iid

manzdzi

GfD.DA-ma ana imitti paddni e(text Gig)mid u / emedu // u§ sa-na-qa i-sal-lihma ana imitti paddni DIM4 -ma (see saldhu
B) TCL 6 6 ii 5f. (all SB ext.); dur libbidu

ana haSiu is-niq Labat TDP 126 iii 40; [Summa] ... anal bab ekallim is-ni-iq-ma
ip-[. . .] YOS 10 25:81 (OB ext.); note with-

out complement: Summa mait Sumel marti is-niq-mapatir CT 28 45:16 (SB ext.). i) other occs.: aldnu 8a ittija nakru ana GN la i-sa-an-ni-q-ma pi dlim la ulbalakkatu (see surri mng. 2c-1') ARM 2 33 r. 16'; mdtdte gabbi ana §arri belija
is-sa-an-qu-nu CT 54 99 r. 21 (NB let.), cf. i-sa-ni-iq (in broken context) ABL 1123:7

(NB); the Irnina canal ana BAD KAR issd-[n]i-[i]q LIH 88: 10, see Frankena, AbB 2 70;

ana huhhatilu zumbu la is-niq (see huh:
hitu) PBS 2/2 104:1 (MB diagn.), also Labat TDP 174:5.

j) to reach a mark: ana isiqtim ul i-sa-an-ni-iq (the water in the clepsydra) does not reach the mark TMB 26 No. 52:3; [8 an]a durim la sd-na-qdm (a ramp) eight (units) short of reaching the city wall TMB 34 No. 69:2 (both OB math.), cf. (a house) ana ].GU.LA 5 KtT la sd-na-qd five cubits away from the main house Jean Tell Sifr 82a:3; uncert.: qaqquru sa-ni-qi (in broken context) ABL 611 r. 1 (NA).
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unu'im i-sd-an-ni-iq just as PN, the temple administrator, is making approaches to the envoy from the auxiliary force, he is also making approaches to them A 7537:48'f.; ana dpir mdtim ana sa-na-qi-im-ma andku uStaddiSu I myself have prevented PN from approaching the governor (for lusasniqSu line 20 see mng. 15) PBS 7 33:8; ninu u mdruki ana dajdni i ni-is-ni-iq awdtini limuruma we will go with your sons to the judges so that they can examine our case TLB 4 2:18 (all OB letters); ana dajdnim is-ni-qu-ma dajdnum ezebSa iq-bu they went before a judge, and the judge decreed her divorce BE 6/1 59:6; ana dajdni Bdbili is-ni-qu Meissner BAP 100:5, (before witnesses) ana [.. .] da-ia-a-ni-im PN 2(?, text IGI) PN 2 is-ni-qu-ma PN2 ni sarrim itmu CT 4 23a r.(!) 4 (OB); ana pani RN sdkinu u PN ana dini im-ni-qu ... ana pani RN2 ana dini na-alS-a-ni-iq-mi the governor and PN came for a legal decision before Ini-Tegub (king of Carchemish, and PN said) We went for a legal decision before UrhiTegub MRS 9 176 RS 17.346:2 and 7, cf. ibid. 172 RS 17.145:3, 179 RS 17.128:3, 292 RS 19.63:3, MRS 12 35:3 and 36:3; enema amel Ugarit u PN ana pani ami ana dini i§-

ni-qu when the ruler of Ugarit and PN appeared for judgment before my majesty
MRS 9 118 RS 17.133:6; PN itti mdri GN ana dini iqribu di-na iS-ni-qu-i-ma MRS 9 106

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sanaqu A 3 proach the god for an oracular decision": [aard] inim mahar amaSu A dadDIM 4 -ma (the diviner) comes before 8ama§ and Adad in the judgment place BBR No. 1-20:16, cf. ana qaqqar kitte Sa amaS uAdadDIM 4 -ma BBR No. 75-78:19. 3. to proceed against (ana), lay (legal) claim to: ana biti PN mamma la i-sa-ni-iq no one may lay claim to the house of PN (I have bought that house and the bricks) ABIM 3:8 (let. of Samsuiluna); ana A.SA u= sgitija la ta-sa-an-ni-iqyou must not lay claim to the field I rent PBS 7 69:21, cf. Dalley Edinburgh 17:15; ana A.9A ,iuscit PN la ta-sa-an-[ni-iq] 'a eli PN ti2 kaniku uibilamma andku lipulka do not proceed against the field PN rents, send me the record of what PN owes you and I will pay you VAS 16 149 r. 8, cf. PN... a. ana ahit PN2 ... sa-na-qi-im atrudu ibid. obv. 6; ana manahdtija la ta-sa-an-niiq ana eqlim ta-sa-an-ni-iq ina simdatim ina manahdtika ulelli (see mdnahtu mng.
2b-1') TLB 4 86:11f.; ana 3 GAN A.§A Sa PN la ta-sa-an-ni-qd VAS 16 33:7, cf. ibid. 146:12 and 158:35; ana eqlim udti PN ul

sanaqu A 4b loads - we checked it (the load), (their weight) is x TCL 19 2:5, cf. ICK 1 149:4, x wool PN is-ni-qam ibid. 98:4, cf. BIN 4
146:19, and passim; 1 bilat 3 mana as-ni-iq CCT 4 11b:4; hurdsam addillumma la sd-

ni-iq I gave him the gold but it was not
checked BIN 6 189:24 (all OA); x copper PN is-ni-iq Edzard Tell ed-Der 191:5 (OB); man=

dattilinu lu-us-ni-iq-ma ana luklulu Esagila u Ezida lubil that I might inventory their tribute and bring it to complete Esagil and Ezida tiochus I). 5R 66 ii 19 (An-

b) to check real estate, property: eqlam ... [si-i]n-qd-a-ma Us.UDU.HI.A likula check the field and let the sheep graze there (they must not graze on any additional field) TLB 4 81:13 (OB let.); tuh:
hizunu ki as-ni-qi
GIGIR(?) GI.BAN BE 17 60:10; GI.

<a sd-an-qa the chariots (?) and the bows are checked Iraq
11 141 No. 11:10 (both MB letters); ultu GN adi

GN 2 dtamar as-se-niq u ina le' altatar (see le'u usage b-2') ABL 516:12 (NB), cf. ki
as-ni-qu . . . apteqid ibid. 19, cf. also r. 4;

is-ni-iq PN (who was holding the field of the grantee) had no legal rights to that field BIN 7 50:12; ana ma-at-tutim ul i-sa-ni-i[q] (the person renting the rugbu) has no claim on the mattu building BA 5 498 No. 23:16; note ana Sipir tupSikkim ul i-sa-an-ni-iq he (the slave hired for agldkutu) has no obligation to do corv6e work CT 48 64 r. 8 (all OB). 4. to check, to supervise, control, to execute exactly, reliably - a) to check weight, etc.: kaspam ni-is-ni-iq-ma x kaspum imti we checked the silver and two-thirds mina of silver was missing
CCT 3 27a:7, cf. RA 58 66 Sch. 11:4; Sitti nepe: Sim is-ni-qu-ma ... 1 MA.NA kaspum ana

the rear palace which earlier kings had built ana iutelur karali paqdd sis&u sana-a-qi mimma SumSu (see karau mng.
2a) OIP 2 131:56, cf. ibid. 128 vi 40 (Senn.),

cf. sisepareis-ni-qasindigu (beside adru) ibid. 43 v 43; muse m& u ds-ni-iq-ma ina kupri u agurru abnd sukkiSu I checked its drainage outlet and built its (the wall's) shrines with baked bricks laid in bitumen
VAB 4 84 i 25, 162 B v 49 (Nbk.); as-sd-an-

qa [..

.]

(in broken context, tamarisk

speaking) Lambert BWL 158:14 (fable); with

following naddnu: rihdnu sa AB.GUD.HI.A S. . sa-an-qu-ma ana PN nadnu the cattle outstanding were checked and (the accounts of them) handed over to PN YOS
7 46:3, also ibid. 39:67, cf. the chariot trap-

napartika batiq (see batqu mng. 2) TCL 19 36:19; mala... URUDU is-ni-qui-ni TCL 14 36:51, cf. x tin PN u PN 2 li-is-ni-qzini-ma BIN 6 41:8; ina 6 Juqlatim . . . niis-ni-iq-Iu 7 GJ x MA.NA from the six 138

pings ga . . . si-in-qu-ma ana PN ... nadnu Pinches, JTVI 60 132:2; kuru[mmdti] i-sa-an-ni-iq-ma ana [...] ... inandin VAS 6 104:12; elat agruti Sa PN ina kdddnu i-se-ni-qu-ma ana PN La GAL kadanu

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154:9 (all NB).

saniqu A 5a YOS 7 tied against them .... them (and) keep them in check LKA 159:17; difficult: suhda rum lilqe <ki>-ma su-ha-ri-kd si-ni-iq-u be'uldti'u ana qdtilu la tul~ar let an employee take (the silver) but check him as if he were one of your employees, do not release his capital to him TCL 19
27:23 (OA).

ki pi c) to check tablets, copies: .atir DIM 4 bari the tablet was le'i ... written, checked, and collated according to a wooden tablet (from GN) KAR 377 r. 42, cf. Satirma sa-niq bari AMT 105,2 iv 4 and CT 16 38 iv 21, also [Sati]r sa-[ni]iq bari LKA 118 r. 2; tuppu gudtu itur is-niq ibrema CT 20 42 r. 36, Boissier DA
232 r. 50, and passim; nemeq NabU ... ina

tuppdni aStur as-niq abrema I wrote the wisdom of Nabf on tablets, checked and collated it 4R 56 iv 4, also CT 27 38:44, and passim in Asb. colophons; ugastirmais-niq ibri
Rm. 441:5, cited Hunger Kolophone No. 517, also is-niq-ma ana mulepi~iti issuha KAR 151

r. 48, for other refs. see bare A v. mng. 3; obscure: tahsistu 8a fPN 'd TA si-ni-qa ittini Situ the memorandum of fPN which is from . . . . is with us CT 49 140:8 (LB). d) to supervise, to control - 1' said of gods: Nabs sa-niq ki§§at 8am& u erseti who controls all heaven and earth Lambert BWL 114:53; dair dannina sa-niq nir (see neru A mng. 2) Bollenriicher Nergal p. 50:4; Marduk dair Igigi sd-a-ni-iq Anunnaki VAB 4 60 i 4 (Nabopolassar); (AgAur) sa-niq ildni uit Sam6 erseti OECT 6 pl. 2 K.8664:5; TaSmetu . . . sa-ni-qatIgigi Anunnaki dair kal mimma umu AfO 16 306:13; sa-ni-qat re 'ta dlirat mu'tdlat she (Gula) is the one who supervises, shepherds, musters, is

e) to execute exactly, reliably: [a]wa= tam annitam 'a PN [Sum]ma s[d-a]n-qa §umma la sd-an-qa ... upramma send me (a report) concerning this affair of PN, whether (the matter) is correct or not ARM 5 17 r. 3; lu sa-niq pika lu nasir atmdka (see atm A mng. lb-2') Lambert BWL 101:26; ina sa-naq atm tuannah tenka (see atmi A mng. lb-1') ibid. [apt]diu sa-an-qd if 104:134; 'umma his speech is (lit. lips are) reliable ZA 43 96:5 (Sittenkanon); in personal names: Sa-ni-iq-qd-bi-e- amal The-Utterance-ofYOS 13 note Sa-ni-iq-qd-bi-e-Dil-bati 171:7, Sd-ni-iq-qd-bu-§a CT 48 2:1, YOS
12 211:3, 380:16, and passim; Sd-ni-iq-KAamaS Szlechter Tablettes 95:14, also YOS 12 405:14, wr. Sa-ni-iq-pi- UTU ibid. 403:3f.,

lama§-Is-Reliable

VAS 7 123:11 and 124:11,

note Sd-ni-iq-KA-dUTU

ibid. 185 case 2,

abbr. Sa-an-qum ibid. tablet 2 (all OB), Saniq-KA-IKtar BE 14 115:10 and 10:15 (MB), Sd-ni-iq-pi-S[a] Birot Tablettes 70 C i 26, abbr. Sa-an-qu-um BIN 7 174:27, Sd-an-

judicious
1929 17:30;

Craig ABRT 2 18 r. 28, see JRAS

qum Jean Tell Sifr 58:37, YOS 12 156 r. 8, m Sa-an-qi UET 325:25, etc. (all OB), DUMU
7 5 r. 3, 32 r. 2, Sa-an-qu Ni. 109:9, Saan-qi Ni. 7982:4 (MB, courtesy J. A. Brinkman), also Sd-ni-qum UET 5 29:8, 87:18, Birot Tablettes 72 iii 52, Sa-ni-qum ibid. 58:4 (all
OB), see Stamm Namengebung 232f., 312;

mng. la; section. 2' other occs.:
BABBAR.RA

for other refs. see mithurtu see also RA 11 146:36, in lex. the king sa-niq

AnOr 12 304:16 (NB kudurru);

t.

'um abulli. .. sa-ni-qa-atmalki the name of the gate is The-One-Which-KeepsBA 6 153:41 Foreign-Rulers-in-Check (Shalm. III), cf. sa-ni-qa-at malkat (var. KAV 42 iii 21 and dupls., see Franmalkc) kena Takultu 124:120; kisir ukassiruunti liqtarribuluniti li-is-[ni-qu-'-[nu... ti] may the magic knots which I have 139

uncert.: Nina dium sd-ni-iq la natima sikkam la ippal (see sikku B) TCL 19
10:8, see Garelli, RA 58 134.

5. (in the stative) to be adjacent to, next to, to be fastened - a) to be adjacent to, next to: how much should I make the longer and shorter lengths 1 BtiRik lu sd-ni-iq so that one bur will

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sanaqu A 5b border (on one side of the dividing line)?
MCT p. 45 B 5 and 7, cf. r. 6 and 16, also ibid. C ilSu u igtar'u ul sd-anr. 1 (OB math.); let., courtesy J. Bott6ro);
§arri

sanaqu A 7b
IGI PN... .. warde

qd-§u his god and goddess are not near bitu ~i AfO 18 64 i 38 (OB omens); will be close(?) to A.RI sd-niq-uil ....
him that house KAR 384:4 (SB Alu); obscure: (var. sa-an-q[a ... ]) will not be ik-ri-bi NU SUM.ME 9 your ....
KI.BAD-ka NU DIM 4

is-ni-qui-u umma PN2 they questioned him (the witness) before PN and the royal officials, and (the defendant) PN 2 (governor of Alalakh) said Wiseman Alalakh 8:14 (OB); ta-sa-niq aradka you (Nab1) put your servant to the test ZA 61
58:187 and 189 (hymn to NabS); RN ... .a

close(?), sacrifices will not be offered(?)
KAR 423 i 50, var. from KAR 434:16 (SB ext.);

nesi la sit-nu-uq (in broken context) Kraus
AV 194 II 11 (Sarrat-Nippuri hymn).

b) to put pressure on: Jumma kdrum i-sd-ni-kd umma attama kaspam allumi abijamaulablal if the kdru puts pressure the "gate of the palace" is fastened(?) on you, you should say: I am melting YOS 10 23:4 (OB ext.). down the silver on behalf of my father 6. to exact payment, to muster (Mari) anniki'am sd-ni-iq-nia) to exact payment: kaspam si- KTS 2b:13 (OA); PN a-ti-fmal aldkam ana serika ula ni-le-e PN ni-iq call in that silver (which PN loaned is pressing us here so that we cannot out) ARM 3 66:12. go to you YOS 2 88:8; anaku sa-an-qab) to muster (troops, work force): ku-ma aldkam ul ele'i I am hard pressed sabam dAti li-is-ni-qz akkima umu buqu= and cannot go Sumer 14 68 No. 42:8, cf. mim [la i]rriku let them mobilize those andku anniki'am sa-an-qa-ku-ma ul troops so that the time for wool plucking allikam ibid. 71 No. 46:5, andku anniki'am will not be too long ARM 2 140:26; atta sa-an-qa-a-ku ibid. 25 No. 7:21, anniki'am bd'iri anniki'am si-ni-iq [u an]a GN 'u: sa-an-qa-nu-ma ni-ib-te-e-ri (see bar B purma bd'iri 8a GN li-is-ni-qd-ni-kum v. mng. la-2') ibid. 44 No. 20:11; si-nimuster bd'iru soldiers here and write to iq-Su-nu-ti-ma put pressure on them (the GN so that they will muster bd'iru soldiers governors) (so that they will bring their of GN for you ARM 1 31:8 and 10, cf. ibid. tax barley to Babylon at once) BIN 7 5:8, 13 and 20, 100 r. 3', ARM 5 40:14. cf. if you (pl.) do not repay the barley with interest ana belija aqabbima [1]i-is7. to question closely, interrogate, ni-iq-ku-nu-ti-ma YOS 2 19:36 (all OB letters); to question to put pressure on - a) a-sa-an-ni-iq-4u-nu-ti-masalim PN usal: closely, interrogate: ag8um sabim... PN lamSunuti I will put pressure on them to u PN2 as-ni-iq-m[a] PN kiam ipulanni conconclude peace with PN ARM 2 16:15; let cerning the men (who were not provided your servant who heard PN curse your with garments) I took PN and PN2 to task and PN answered me as follows ARM 6 country come and accuse him u anaku PN a-sa-an-ni-iq and I myself will put 39:12, cf. [d]s-ni-iq-u-maummami ARM 2 pressure on PN KBo 1 10 r. 32; ina put 114:8, la ds-ni-iq-Ju-nu-ti ARM 3 70 r. 3'; bel arnim belne [l]i-is-ni-iq ARM 6 38 r. 4'; TfTG.HI.A beli la i-sa-an-ni-iq-an-ni my lord should not press me about the garPN si-in-qd-ma (and have him take an oath) Kraus, AbB 5 233 r. 3'; inanna as-ni- ments BE 17 44:8 (MB let.); Sa anniam iq-su-z-ma umma £4ma A XII/62:20 (Susa is(!) -ni-qi pilunuu pi sdbitputilunu li-nithe gate is fastened Iraq 31 31:36 and 53 (MA inc.); Iumma bab ekallim sd-ni-iq if

b) to be fastened: 'u-ra (for agru) sikkiru sa-ni-iqbdbu the bolt is thrown (?),

amat ildni rabUti palhi iitaqqma la i-saan-ni-qu usurtalun RN, who reverently heeds the word of the great gods and does not question their orders TCL 3 113 (Sar.); [. .. ]-pa-al ama mar bdr&iS-ta-al i-sa-an-niq BBR No. 1-20:7.

'dtu

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liver model).

sanaqu A 1Oa allowance and his shoes for(?) his assistant(?) are not . . . ., he received five
gur of . . .. Syria 5 270:9 (Hana).

8. to transfer - a) in OA: PN kaspam §a ublanni li-is-ni-qd-ku-nu-ti-ma ik, kunukkikunu kunkama PN should transfer to you (pl.) the silver he brought, and you, seal it with your seal TCL 4 49:16; x ana PN u PN2 niddin x ana PN ni-is-ni-iq we gave x (copper) to PN and PN2 , we transferred x (copper) to PN KTS 38b:15', cf. x war . . . ana PN as-ni-iq KTS 54d:5; x AN.NA . .. ana PN addin x AN.NA .a yep PN2 as-ni-iq-gu-um Kienast ATHE 10:6. b) in OB: allum 1- MA.NA kaspim Sa taddinam x kaspam ana PN as-ni-iq as for the one and two-thirds minas of silver which you gave me, I have transferred x silver to PN (the rest PN2 took to you, and he also took to you a tablet about the
x silver) IM 50472:8 (courtesy H. al-Adhami);

c) in NB: ud Sa ina bit 'utummu Sa PN eli ramniu ukinnu is-si-ni-qu-ma (for isniquma) ana PN2 .. . u PN 3 ... ukallimu they transferred and showed to PN 2 and PN 3 the tools of the storehouse in regard to which PN confessed TCL 13 142:3, also ibid. 8, BRM 1 92:4; barley Sa ma§§arti u Sa EN-U is-ni-qu-ma ig-ku-un-nu

E.GUD
ME

YOS 3 137:29;
Sa

x KAS.HI.A (<a>ana ERfN.

pirri is-ni-qu PN mahir x beer that they transferred for the .... workers, PN received it GCCI 2 268:4; MN qata ki ana muhhi GI .DA eu Sa ina MN agd si-in-qa Sa idi bitdti 'a muhhi kdri al-tap-par-rakka-id-nu-tu MN is at an end, as they are transferred to(?) the new list in this month, I sent you (pl.) (the list?) of the rent of the houses on the harbor CT 22
14:23.

d) other occ.: Summa (milu) kulili ana uSalli i-sa-an-ni-qu KI.MIN la i-sa-an-niqu (see kulilu A) CT 39 19:117 (SB Alu).

PN u PN2 ana eqletim u kiratim ga PN3 mannum issi.unitima ... ana eqletim u kirdtim ana sa-na-qi-im a-na-ku-i aap, par who asked PN and PN2 to (assign) PN 3 's fields and gardens? only I give orders for transferring fields and gardens TCL 1 31:11, cf. eqletim u kirdm ga [PN?] ekim.uma ana sa-na-qi-im appau lu gebir take PN's(?) fields and garden away from him, let his nose be broken should he transfer (end of letter) ibid. 29; [ana e'im mannum idsidu [. . .]-ti-i-ma ul isd-an-ni-iq who called on him to (make assignments of) barley? [.. .] he does not make assignments TCL 1 11:6; ezub 1 AB PN §a ana kaniki la sa-an-qd-at apart from one cow belonging to PN which was not transferred(?) to the sealed document

9. to settle a matter: adini awatam ul as-ni-iq I have not yet settled the matter ARM 10 90:12, cf. lillikamma itti mart PN li-is-ni-iq ibid. 21. 10. sunnuqu to check, to keep under control, subdue - a) to check weight, contents, etc. - 1' in OA: 19 Gr URUDU masiam . . . nu-sd-ni-iq-ma 13§ MA.NA imti we checked 19 talents of refined copper, and 131 minas was missing BIN
4 31:5, also ibid. 18 and 23, AN.NA-Jka nusd-ni-iq-ma 2% MA.NA imti ibid. 92:9, cf. AnOr 6 pl. 2 No. 2 r. 2', CCT 3 49a:11, TCL 19 72:7, and passim; 3 GfN Kit.BABBAR i-sdnu-qi-im imtima Hecker Giessen 27:33;

]

URUDU ina sd-nu-qi-im 8 MA.NA ibbitiq

YOS 13 97:14; obscure:

5 MA.NA SIG.HI.A

lubissu BUR 1.GJI lubissu z alik idiSu la sa-an-qi 5 (GUR) MI-SU mahir five minas of oil, clothing allowance, ....

E.SfR-U ga zfD.UD DUwool is his his clothing

(see batdqu mng. 10) BIN 4 54:12; AN.NA . .. lu-sd-ni-iq-mabatiq u wattur addanma kaspam uSebbalakkum I will check the tin and I will sell it at any price and send you the silver Kienast ATHE 32:10; Juqlam

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sanaqu A lOa
§a PN nu-sd-ni-iq-ma 1
Gf PN 2

sanaqu A lOa
ilqe 2 MA. atdru mng. la-1') CT 8 31c:3; GN GN 2 GN 4 u GN 3 qadum pdtiunu eperi 'a ...

NA uturrd'e andku alqe we checked (the weight of) PN's package, (from it) PN 2 took one talent and I myself took two minas,
the overage BIN 4 173:38, cf. nu-sd-ni-iq-

eperihu agar ibal uzi-sa-an-na-aq-ma ileqqe he (the buyer) will check GN, GN , 2 GN , with their outlying areas, the terri3
tories of GN 4, and any territory of his(?), wherever they are (followed by KI PN PN 2
idam) Wiseman Alalakh 56:11, cf.

gu-ma TCL 19 72:46, also BIN6 77:12, URUDU lu-sd-ni-i[q-ma] lublakkum BIN 6 107:8;
mala §aptijax x [x] ana itatlim dina [ . .] 'apatka u-sd-ni-iq-m[a] mala lapatka

u-sd-an-

na-aq-ma inaddi[n] MDP 23 318:4; inuma

iz(!) -ku(!) -a-ku(?) -ni trtini zaktum bitam mahar PN ... u-sd-an-ni-qu (five persons assigned) when they checked the illikakkum sell whatever wool I have .... for cash, I checked your wool, we have household in the presence of PN ARM 7 sent you exact information on how much 120:28, cf. algum su-un-n[u]-uq E [PN] of your wool has been cleared for you (in broken context) ARM 14 56:9, also ibid. 4;
CCT 6 19b:10; 14 GUN 30 MA.NA ina ab

natini Saqil u-sd-ni-qdm 14 talents thirty minas was weighed with our weights, he
checked it for me VAT 13526:4; kaspam ma[la] uebbalannisd-ni-[iq] BIN 6 131:10;

fB.TAG 4

§a ina su-un-nu-qi-im ana rid 36:3; mak<ku>risabtu (rent from x land) which was assigned to the assets at the checking
BIN 2 101:15; eqletum §a ah Purattim ana

I

'a PN u-sd-an-ni-qu

TCL 10

urub luqitim Sidti sd-ni-qd-ma mahar 3 'ibe uzni petia check (pl.) the arrival of that merchandise before three witnesses and inform me CCT 3 38:10; uncert.:

tuppuSu [(x)] [ha] rmam ammakam s[d-n] iq[d]-ma kaspam u weri'am §a §agqulim §aqilaniSuma check (pl.) his caseenclosed tablet there and have him pay the silver and copper that is to be paid BIN
6 68:10.

zdzim u ana si-nu-qi-im ul ireddd eqletim indti tazdz tu-sd-na-aq-ma tazzimtum imied it is not the moment to distribute and to check the fields on the bank of the Euphrates, if you distribute and check those fields there will be much complaining ARM 1 6:32 f.; eqel mitim u halqim si-un-ni-iq-ma ibid. 38, cf. ina tebibtimma

h[u-t]i-it si-ni-iq at the time of the census, make a careful(?) survey
ibid. 40;

andku matam ana kalia ubbab u tebibtum 2' in OB: bitam u-sa-an-ni-qu-ma §' si-un-nu-uq (see ebebu mng. 2c-3') 1 SAR E iter they checked the house (that ARM 1 129:23, but tebibtaka lu su-un-nu-qawas contested in court), it was one sar in at ibid. 6:41; kaspam hurdsam u siparram excess (and the buyer paid the seller four sz-[u]n-n[i]-i[q] ibid. 75:14; PN has his shekels of silver) Gautier Dilbat 13:10, cf. eye on my barley ge'am udati su-unni-iq-ma so check that barley PBS 7 I SAR E ... biti watar u-sd-na-an-ka... §a eli 2 SAR ina si-un-nu-qi-im iteru (see 129:7, cf. mala Se-e Sa tu-sa-an-na-qu-ma atdru mng. la-l') VAS 7 16:15 and 28, cf. ibid. 9; ana[x-x-S] i-a-tim su-un-nu-qi-[im] nidi ahim la tara§Sia do not put off the eqlam sz-ni-iq 'a iteru addlka Kienast
Kisurra 159:24; ana bitim . . . la iturru checking of the [. . .]-s YOS 13 449:9;

(var. adds bitam) u-sd-na-aq la i-qd-bu-na (var. u-la i-qd-bi) (he swore) that he will make no claim to the house, he will not
say: I will check(?) the house UET5 265: 11, vars. from case 10; note as a cautionary

inidtim ... su-un-ni-iq u zeram su-u[n]ni-iq check the plow oxen and the seed
grain
AD.

Kraus AbB 1 17:36;

warki HA.LA

E

clause at the time of purchase: a burubal
plot of [x] SAR DAM.KAR(?).RI U-sa-na-

aq-ma la i-te(text -ta)-ru i-ba-lu-ma (see

zi-sd-ni-q-'-ma [DA] .A.NI-u-n after they had established the shares of their paternal estate Jean Tell Sifr 56:16; [alSu]m warkat kaspim u hurim . . . suun-nu-qi-im-ma mimma Sa ihliqu ku-li-i-

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sanaqu A lOb im-[ma] about investigating the case of the silver and gold and turning up all that was lost PBS 1/2 12:6, cf. (in broken context) u-sa-na-qui-nim] PBS 7 12:9; uncert.: alliu-sd-an-ni-iq he checked(?) the ropes (in broken context) MKT 2 44 ii 31.
3' other occ.: GIA.TUK lu-sa-ni-qi

sanaqu A 12a the doors are closed, the city gates shut
AnBi 12 283:38, var. from OECT 6 pl. 12:8 (SB

lit.);

umma bdb ekallim su-un-nu-uq YOS
abullum si-nu-qa-at

10 24:29, also 26 i 26, ibid. 29:3 (all OB ext.).

lutesia I will check(?) and send out
the . . . . ABL 1245 r. 5 (NA, coll. S. Parpola).

12. sunnuqu to question, interrogate, to harass, plague - a) to question, to interrogate - 1' in OB, Mari: su-un-niiq-iu-ma mimmUka leqe question him and
take what is yours ABIM 9:27; PN [su-un]-

b) to keep under control, to subdue: if the owner of a goring ox alapdu la isa-an-ni-iq has not kept his ox under control CH § 251:59; adi sdbam §unuiti beli l[a z-s]d-an-ni-qu-ma as long as my lord has not subdued those troops (put his enemies and foes beneath his feet, and thrown all of them into prison) ARM
3 18:20; [an]a su-un-nu-qi-u u itaplusilu [n]ldi ahim la tara§i CT 52 138:21, cf. ibid. 14, see Kraus, AbB 7 138; ki ahhiti ul

ni-iq-gu-ma nib garrim ina piSu Sukun question PN closely and administer the
oath by the king to him AJSL 32 101 No.

1:21,

note the writing li-is-sd-ni-iq-su-

nu-ti YOS 2 62:25; beli anummanum li-sdan-ni-iq (see anummdnum) ARM 5 31:15; u-sd-an-ni-iq-ma [ul b]el suharim £dtu ul

abuu ... ul ilem I questioned (the ward overseers and craftsmen) but neither that boy's master nor his father appeared
ARM 6 43:19; fPN aggum KtT.BABBAR ... u-sd-an-ni-iq-ma ARM 10 58:7;

taSapparanndSi ki ardanika tu-sd-an-naqa-an-na-§i (see ahhitu mng. 3b) KBo 1 10:24 (let. of Hattusili), cf. mind ki arddnija
u-sd-an-ni-iq-Su-nu-ti ibid. 25; immatimd

'atammi
zibut

abarakki u paSizi hamilu §i§<§i>§u nu-

sd(!) -an-ni-iq-ma ul utelerunidti (see
abarakku mng. 2a)
PBS 1/2 12:10;

mare mat KardunijaS mare mat Hatti ussi-in-ni-qu jdnummd mare mat Hatti immatima mare mat KardunijaS us-seni-qu when did the Babylonians ever put pressure on the people of Hatti? conversely, when did the people of Hatti put
pressure on the Babylonians?
ibid. 26f.;

dlim u hazannam [id]-[sd-an -ni-iq-m[a] ummami I questioned the city elders and the mayor, and they said ARM 3 73:10;
su-un-nu-qu-um-ma -sd-an-ni-iq ARM 6 43:27; uncert.: ina IGI.GAL u nemeqim nifi

ina tdhazim ummanam nak[rum] fil-sdna-aq reqiqssa Satamm ekallam u-sd-na[qu] in battle, the enemy will control(?) the army, alternatively(?), clerks will control the palace (with sunnuqu in the prot.) YOS 10 26 i 27, cf. imam rEqam gatammi ekallam u-sd-na-qu ibid. 24:29; mat nakrim tu-sd-na-aq you will subdue(?) the enemy's land ibid. 11 ii25; arru

itarrdm ina sakki ~ raSubbatim su-unnu-uq awdtim a-la-ak-[ti DN?] la-[ma-daam?] (the gods called me?) to rule the people with wisdom and skill, to learn the ways [of DN?] with proper rites and awe (and?) inquiring about (their?) utterances 2' UET 1 146 ii 7 (Hammurapi). PN u PN 2 PN 3 other occs.:

u-se-niq-

§u-nu-ti um-ma-a PN3 questioned PN and PN2 , saying PBS 1/2 57 i 17 (MB let.); I

agar u-sa-na-qu unakkap the king will strike down whatever (country) he wants to subdue(?) Thompson Rep. 44:6, cf. a-<ar> i-sa-na-qu unakkap ibid. 26 r. 4. 11. sunnuqu to close, to fasten: suun-nu-qd (var. parka) daldti turra abulldti

was robbed in your land su-ni-iq-[Su-nuti] kaspa §a itbalu Iull[im] interrogate [them(?)] and restore the silver they took
EA 8:26 (let. of Burraburias); Sarrdqz . .. itti

pa-pa-te-ni i-sa-an-ni-qi-ma they interWiseman rogated the thieves with .... anumma jikkalu karsija Alalakh 120:11;

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sanaqu A 12b habdluma u la iu-sd-an-ni-qui arru belija arnija now they slander and wrong me, but the king, my lord, does not investigate what my crime may be EA 254:18 (let. of Labaja); etamru issabtunilu us-sa-an-niqu-ui ma-a they saw, seized, and questioned him, and he said ABL 32 r. 6 (NA), cf. issabta u-sa-ni-qa-a-ni he seized and questioned me (without permission of the king or the son of the king) ABL 152:11, cf. ina ekalli u-sa-ni-qu-§u-nu ABL 599 r. 4,
cf. 144:9, Parpola LAS No. 282 r. 7 (= CT 53 34)

sanaqu A 14a tika u-sd-ni-iq as you directed, I transferred ten talents 55 minas of refined copper to PN CCT 2 29:8; 8 GfN.TA AN.NA 15 GIN.TA TtG.HI.A anaGN a taparma AN.NA

u-sd-nu-qu-Su-ma u TJG.HI.A iddunuSum:
ma I sent to GN eight shekels' worth of tin and 15 shekels' worth of textiles, they will transfer the tin to him and give him the textiles CCT 4 25c:20, cf. annakam PN u PN2 lu-sd-ni-qi-ni-ku-ma BIN 4 47:26; naphar42 GUj nu-sd-ni-iq-Su-nu-ti in all 42 talents (of wool) we transferred to them BIN 4 181:11; 1 GUj annakam ... ana PN u-s&-ni-iq ibid. 28:6, annakam ana PN sd-ni-iq CCT 4 42b:9; subdti a-na PN sd-ni-qd-ma TCL 14 38:20; [.. .] ana suharim u-sd-ni-iq-ma Ka 264 r. 1' (courtesy
L. Matoug).

(in broken con(all NA); PN ki ' -a-niq-i text) ABL 1091 r. 7, cf. 1076:4 (both NB). b) to harass, to plague: [anapa]nija tutanaprak appunama alum TtG.HI.A ekalli tu-sa-an-na-aq you keep making difficulties for me, do you moreover want to harass my palace over the garments? ARM 2 76:33; urram kima zs-sa-an-ni-qinim hussisannima alpiu sehherutim limal= lhUu in the future as soon as they start to pester(?) me, remind me that they should furnish him with oxen and young men Sumer 14 14 No. 1:29 (OB let.); difficult: marsum ina mursiu ilum u-sd-an-na-aqgu-m[a] ikribi'u u'addanduma imdt as for the sick man, in his illness a god will press him to make his votive offering, but he will die BM 87635:15', also (with iballut)

b) in OB: weri'am dummuqam ana "PN su(!)-un-ni-iq ... .umma ana PN2 tusd-ni-iq ekimma ana PN idin transfer refined copper to PN, if you have transferred it to PN2 take it away (from him) and give it to PN UET 5 23:7 and 18; weri'am
§a kisija u kisi PN su(!) -ni-qd-ni-iS-Summa liblam ibid. 66:10; note referring to

handing over for taking an oath: PN Lt. KI.INIM.MA.ME ~ ana DN ul u-sa-an-na-aq§u-nu-ti iqbima a§§um La.KI.INIM.MA. MES ana DN la u-sa-an-ni-qi PN said, "I lower edge 1 (OB oil omens, courtesy A. Sachs); will not take the witnesses to (swear by) rdmi [x] attadi minam tu-sa-an-na-qd-ni- DN," and because he did not take the i[n-ni] I have abandoned my love, why witnesses to (swear by) DN (a settlement do you (women) bother me? JCS 15 7 ii 19 was reached by agreement) BE 6/2 49:32 (OB lit.); jdtima tu-sa-an-na-qd-an-ni you and 34. keep plaguing me TLB 4 86:17; 5 GfN c) in NA: PN 40 MA.NA Kt.GI ina KtT.BABBAR ana idi [e]lippi u agri su-unnu-qd-a-[ku(?)1 UET 5 52:16; ina bitija panilu sa-niq-Su transfer forty minas of gold to PN (and put the gold in your own tu-sa-na-qa-an-ni Sumer 14 31 No. 12:27; awildtim su-ni-qi-ma mimmija la ihalliq chariot) Tell Halaf 7:5. pressure the women, my property must 14. II/2 to be checked, to be put not become lost VAS 16 148:30 (all OB under pressure(?) - a) to be checked: letters). ina falSarim §a Samal bitum us-sd-ni-iq13. sunnuqu (with dative or ana, NA ma 12 GfN ] anapi tuppdt simdtim imtima inapani)to transfer - a) in OA: of twenty the (contested) house was checked by talents 15 minas of copper 10 G§t 55 MA. means of the saw emblem of Ramah, and NA weri'am dammuqam anaPN ammalat&r= twelve GfN of property was lacking from 144

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sanaqu A 14b the amount in the sale documents CT 2 45:10; awdtigunu imuruma a§um bitim. .. ana mala us-sd-na-qu <<u> kima PN iqbc they (the residents of the city ward) investigated their case and, insofar as it was examined, spoke in agreement with PN regarding the house VAS 7 16:22; aSum le'im 'a us-sd-an-na-qu ana minim libbaki imtanarras ... ge'um §a is-sd-an-na-qi ul ana kdim why are you (fem.) disturbed about the barley that was checked(?)? the barley that was checked(?) does not belong to you TLB 4 16+17:5 and 11 (all OB). b) to be put under pressure(?): mdtu us-sa-an-na-aq the land will be put under
pressure

sanaiu
55:13 (coll. P. Michalowski); PN assumed re-

sponsibility for the presence of PN2 , if PN 2 departs PN is-sa-an-ni-iq PN will be called to account BE 14 127:10, also issa-niq u ia'al UET 7 8 r. 8 (all MB); for NB refs. wr. i(s)-si-ni-qu see mng. 8c; [i(?)]-na MA.NA [is(?)]-sa-ni-iq (this weight) was tested [with?] the (correct)
mina MDP 14 p. 34:5 (MB weight).

sanaqu B v.; Aram. lw.

to be in need of;

NB*;

agrutu ana kurummati sa-an-qu-' the hired men are in need of the food allotments YOS 3 33:34.
von Soden, Or. NS 37 265.

ki to let approach: 15. PN u awil Sa ittiu . . . elippam -ga-dsni-qu-nim-ma ana libbi elippim uridma when PN and the men with him brought the boat close to shore, I boarded it CT 2 20:24, see Frankena, AbB 2 84; ana adpir matim lu-Sa-ds-ni-iq-§u I will let him approach the governor PBS 7 33:20; see also kaspam u-us-ni-iq TCL 115:28, cited mng. ic; f.AN.HL ... mimma lemnu aj u-as-ni-qa may the ... .- plant (worn as an amulet) permit no evil to approach me BMS 12:67, see Ebeling Handerhebung 80, cf. upi kidpi lemn[iti] e tui-d-as-ni-qa jdSi ibid. 109; la -Sd-as-na-qa ruh&ana zumr[ija] may (the gods named) not permit magic (to affect) my body Maqlu VI 6; mimma lemnu . .. [ana zum]rija... [l]a tu-t[ah(?)]-ha-a la tu-Sd-a[s-n]a-[qa] KAR 26 r. 33 and dupls. 16. IV to be investigated, to be interrogated, to be checked: ihalliqma issa-an-ni-iq u 12 MA.NA URUDU.H[I.A] in. nessirma should he (the slave) escape (in his copper chains weighing six minas), he (his custodian) will be investigated, and twelve minas of copper will be collected from him Iraq 11 143 No. 2:13; i = Idlu is-sa-ni-qu . .. uktannu (see kdnu A mng. 6) PBS 2/2 51:22, cf. [pa]niunu ul ibb[abbalu] is-sa-ni-qu. . . uktan[nu] ibid.

§usnuqu

Leichty Izbu X 36 and 43.

sanasu see sandfu. sanasu (,andSu, sanasu) v.; to insert, infix; SB; I isanni, II; cf. 'inu.
tu-sa-na-as 5R 45 K.253 v 39 (gramm.).

a) sangdu: TTG.GADA ... ana nahirifu ta-[sa]-an-nit you insert a linen cloth (impregnated with medication) in his
nostrils
Hunger Uruk 44:21 (diagn. omens);

GI§.BAR tikmennu tumalldma patra ina libbi ta-4d-an-nil you fill a sutu container with ashes and plant a dagger into them
4R 56 ii 24, dupl. AMT 3,3:6 (Lamagtu I), also, wr. ta-sa-an-niS 4R 55 No. 1r. 35 (Lama§tu III).

b) sunnudu: gizill2 rab 8a SIM.HI.A su-un-nu-uS a large torch studded with aromatics RAcc. 119:29 (= TCL 6 41); you heap up twigs and erena Surmena qand .taba tu-sa-na-d . . . ina libbi 2 gizill& ereni Surmeni qand tabi ti-sa-na-dg you infix cedar, cypress, and sweet reed (in them), you infix two torches with cedar, cypress, and sweet reed KAR 26 r. 20f.,
see Kunstmann Bab. Gebetsbeschworung p. 67;

nargdt ereni ina libbi tu-sa-an-na-[as] (see nargu) K.2785:9 (rit.); lipd ina res libbia e'ra ina kaldtisa tu-sa-na-ds (see kalitu mng. la) Maqlu IX 41, cf. z-sa-annis ina kaldtiki e'ra ibid. III 20, also qand .taba ina libbi tu-sa-an-n[a-as] ibid. IX 25.

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In ZA 36 184:29 and 192:12 (= Oppenheim Glass 37 A § 5:56, 38 C § 5:25), read TA IGI mam-ma, see mutirru mng. 3b; at-ta-isScheil Tn. II 62 and r. 4 seems to be an error for attaggi§, from nagJau, for context see habu A v. mng. la. Thureau-Dangin, RAcc. 123 n. 1.

sanhu
sangu s.; plant(?); SB.* s sa-an-gu Sd a-l[a-di ... ] and the

plant(?) of birth Thompson Gilg. pl. 54 Sm.
157:4 (ritual for easy birth-giving), cf. KI saan-gi Sd-la-d[u .. .] ibid. 5 (=Kinnier Wilson, Iraq 31 pl. 3).

sanbuku s.; cluster, bunch; SB, NA.* nurm[i] 8a ki[ma] ishunnati sa-an-buku lablu pomegranate trees which are clothed with clusters like a grapevine Iraq
14 33 i 51 (Asn.), see Postgate Palace Archive No. 266; sa-an-bu-ku §a sa-lu ADD 1031
r. 2.

Either variant or scribal corruption of Sammu, or possibly to be connected with sang2, q.v. sangf (or zangi) s. pl.; (mng. uncert.); OB.* liblakkim i-pe-el-li-a-am Idiglat sa-angi-i we-ri-a-am a-ba-ri gu-si-im li-ib-lam sd-an-gi mu-sa-hi-la-at i-ni-ki let the Tigris bring you charcoal(?), s.-s, copper, lead of Susa(?), let it bring s.-s which will sting(? or: pierce) your eyes VAS 17

sandanakku (date orchard administrator) see sandanakku. sandanis (sanddnilu) adv.; like a fowler; SB*; cf. uSandu.
§a

ina qabal tdmti KUR Ia-am-na-a-a 23:6f. (OB inc.). sa-an-da-ni kima nini ibaruma who caught the Ionians in the middle of the sangf (temple administrator) see Bangzi. sea like fish, as a "fowler" does Lyon sangitu (office of Sangu) see gangtu.
Sar. 4:21, also, wr. sa-an-da-ni-§ui-bar-ru

Iraq 16 199:19 (Sar.).

sandanigu see sandanil. sandu see samdu. sandfi (fowler) see uland2. sandu see samtu A and samu adj. **sangakum (AHw. 1022b) see santakku. sangani (samgani) s. pl.; (mng. uncert.); SB.*
RN . . . muttallik sanx(9AM)-g[a-a]-ni
(var. sa-an-ga-ni) AAA 19 108 No. 272:4, var. from Le Gac Asn. 197:5, cf. (the Seven

sanhu (sahhu) s.; pl. sanhdni.

ring, catch(?);

NB;

134 shekels of gold, weight of 64 caps for 32 cylinder seals 32 sa-an-hu iSten sa-an-hu rabil Sa uskari 8a GABA Sa DN (and) 32 rings, and one large ring for Aja's crescent-shaped pectoral Nbn.
190:3f.; [x]+5 sa-an-ha-ni hurdsi Sa GABA
[Sa] Gula GCCI 2 261:1, cf. ZA 69 42:9f., also ibid. 1; 52 gold cylinder seal caps 26 har-har-ri u NUMUN UKfj~(!) hurdsi

[2]6 sa-an-ha-an hurdsi Sa kunukkdti 26 gold chains and "melon seeds," (and) 26 gold rings for the cylinder seals BIN 1
1 sa-an-ha hurdsi rabu Sa saba(or -ma).DIL.DIL 2 sa-an-ha-an-fnul.ME
132:3;

Gods)

rd'imit s.s&mu-tal-li-ku sa-ancf. [mut

difficult: gimir sdn-ga-ni itdtesu s~-zu-zi (for preceding clause see hat B mng. 3) Lyon
Sar. 7:42.

ga-ni Sumer 26 135:1 (Shalm. III), tallik sa-an-g] a-a-ni STT 69:4;

hurdsi Sa pingdnu one large gold ring
from the .... , two gold rings from the knobs BIN 1 132:4f.; 1 guhalsa u sa-anha-ni-i NfG.GA Sa DN 8 kursdne u sa-an-

sangilmud see saggilmud.
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Sa-ni-bu-um
143 No. 71:1.

sanqu a) ingen.: dingir.re.e.ne.ginx(GIM) lu.ki.l&.zu nu.gal.la.ar sag u 6 .h6. ri.in.e.se : kima ina ill sa-ni-qa la te-i-i ni£e librdki may the people look at you as one for whom among the gods there is none to check on her TCL 6 51
r. 21f. (Exaltation of Itar), see RA 11 146:36.

b) as descriptive name for a door: see lex. section, and see sandqu A mng. 4d-2'. sankallu see sagkallu. sankatu see samku adj. sankidabb1 see sagkidabbt. sanku see samku. sankuddfi see sagkuddi. sankullu see sagkullu. sankuttu see sakkuttu A. sannabu (or sannapu) s.; (mng. uncert., occ. as personal name only); OB*; cf. sandbu. Sd-an-na-bu TCL 11 151:21. sannapu see sannabu. sannigf see *sagniggarlt. sanninu s.(?); calumniator(?); MB; sandnu. cf.

UCP 10 127 No. 54:3 and

sanipu see sanibu. saniqtu s.; reliability, correctness; Mari, SB; wr. syll. and DIM 4 with phon. complement; cf. sandqu A. [ki].l& = Fsa-nal-qum, sa-[ni]q-tum Kagal C
6f.; [ki].LAGAB = sa-na-qum, sa-niq-tum ibid. 16f.

a) in gen.: awatum i . . . sartumma u kima sd-ni-iq-tim-ma libbi belija izziq this matter is a falsehood, and still my lord became worried as if it were true ARM 3 73:18; qualifying another noun: 8umma 8ulmu ana idi marti isniq KA DIM4 -ti ana rube itehham if the 8ulmu lies near the side of the gall bladder, a reliable word will come to the prince TCL 6 3 r. 21
(SB ext.).

sa-an-ni-nu, §ah-§ah-hu, a-ma-nu-u = da-ab-bibu, sa-an-ni-nu = sit-pu-su Malku IV 104ff.

b) negated: la amirti i[qtabi 1]a sam niq-t[i] iqtabi tu8a iqtabi he spoke un- PN DUMU Sa-ni-ni BE 14 151:29, TuM NF 5 seemly things, he spoke improper things, 70:15. he spoke rebellious things Surpu II 40; sannu s.; (fishing) net; lex.* amat edirte NU sa-niq-tum CT 51 152:9 gi .sa.gig.gi = sa-an-nu (var. sa-as-sa-nu) (SB ext.), cf. [. . .] MUD NU sa-niq-tum Hh. VI 183a; gi.h.sa.gi§.gi = sa-an-nu = Je-eibid. 10, NU sa-niq-tu[m] ibid. r. 4. tum Id LjO.~U.HA Hg. B II 37, also Hg. A I 86, saniqu (fem. saniqtu) s.; controller, supervisor; SB; cf. sandqu A.
sa-niq-tum = da-al-tum CT 18 3 K.4375 r. ii 1.

[x-x]-du lem-nu-u s[a-ni-n]i e-BU-ma S. . [li]-x-fdi(?)1 lem-ni sa-ni-ni li-qal-lil the evil is [. . .], my calumniator(?) is .... , let my evil one .... , let my calumniator(?) become discredited Limet Sceaux Cassites 9.7; uncert. (personal name):

in MSL 6 78 and 76.

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santak c) strict(?): Sarrani . . . tmu sa-an-qa

trolled, strict(?), 2. reduced; OB, MB,
SB, NB; wr. syll. and DIM 4 ; cf. sandquA,
u-mun u = sa-an-qu (between §aq2 and qarrddu) A 11/4:83. x.xu'aBAR =lae- e--la ma-gi-ru, la sa-an-qu, la a§-si-su Antagal E 3'ff.; nu.dim4 .ma = la sa-an-qu (in group with nu. e. ga = la ma-gi-rum, nu.gi..tuk = la §e-mu-u) Antagal G 300. SAL.agrig su.dim 4 .ma : abrakkatu sa-niqtd(var. -ti) RA 17 151 K.7605:3 and dupls., see Ebeling, ArOr 21 376:44; [agrig u.d]im 4 .ma [sa.KU kala.g]a.me.en : abarakku sa-an-qu ishdn danndtu andku I am a loyal steward with strong arms Lambert BWL 257 v 8.

liSkunuma BSOAS 30 497 BM 82684+ r. iii 8.
2. reduced: 1 melim 8d-a[n]-qum one

is the reduced height TMB 126 No. 227:12,
cf. ana 1 SUKUD sd-a[n]-qi igi
ibid. 15;

matum eburam sd-an-q[d-a]m ikka[l] the land will have a meager harvest YOS
10 42 ii 13 (OB ext.).

For the personal name Sanqum, abbreviated from Saniq-pi-DN, see sandqu

mng. 4e.
In BIN 6 241:9 read sd-an-gi5 -im, see gangd.

1. disciplined, prudent, obedient, checked, controlled, strict(?) - a) disciplined, prudent, obedient - 1' person:
see RA 17 151, Lambert BWL 257 v 8, in

sanqu s.(?); (a garment or a characteristic of a garment); syn. list.*
u-tup-lum = na-ah-lum, sa-an-qu (in list of garments) An VII 186f.

lex. section; mdru alru sa-an-qa ahammu zdrdSu ika[rrab] maru la a ru la DIM 4

sanqu adj.(?); choice;

RS*;

Sum. lw.
kU7.ku 7

a-di e-ni-di irrar [bdn2l'u] the father gives a special blessing to a humble, obedient son, the begetter curses ....

[zU.lu]m SAL.KAB.NUN.na

a

proud, disobedient son ZA 61 58:185f. (SB hymn to Nabi); RN... aru sa-an-qd VAB 4 176 i 9 and parallels PBS 15 79 i 7, also VAB 4 104:9 (Nbk.), AnOr 12 304:18; lu aSrdta lu sa-an-[qa-ta] AnSt 5 108:168 (Cuthean

[zi].lum SID. kinkin.ne : Fzu.lum] te.el.mu.na ku.uk.ku [zu.lum] za.
an.ki.ki.ni : asannu dussupu sa ina zu. LUM sd-an-qe-e sakin sweet date among the choicest dates Ugaritica 5 169:47. The Akk. version forms a loan word on

Legend); usappih ... Qutui la sa-an-qu I routed the barbarian Gutians Borger Esarh. ana 52 A iii 59, also ibid. 34 ii 30; nile GN Lj.NAM.ME§-§u-nu la sa-an-qu . . . adik

§a

Sum. zagx(SID).kin.kin, with pronunciation (in the second column) z a. an. k i. k i. ni; note that the unilingual versions have ziu.lum sag (var. sa 6 .ga)
kin.kin.e, see Civil, JNES 23 4:39.

I slew the people of GN who were disobedient to their governors Streck Asb. 80
SU-sU-i sa-an-qu itehham a .... will approach BRM 4 12:20, and, with la sa-an-qu ibid. 21 (SB ext.).
ix 117;

sanqitu s.; prudence; SB*; cf. sandquA.
aSSat amili sa-an-qu-ta illak the man's wife will behave prudently (see aldku
mng. 4a-2') K.9694 r. 3 (courtesy W. G. Lambert).

2' other occ.: sa-an-qa pija §adu i§-[...] .... my prudent speech Lambert
BWL 72:34 (Theodicy).

sansannu see sassannu in sa sassanni. santak (sattak, santakku, sattakku, sat: takka, sattakkam) adv.; constantly, al-

b) checked, controlled: 1 GUR SE.BAR sa-niq-ta ana PN idimma give PN one gur of checked(?) barley Sumer4 132 r. 7 (NB let.); x zfD.DA . .. sa-niq-tum ana ZI.GA LUGAL PN mahir PN received two gur of flour, checked, for a royal expenditure Peiser Urkunden 126:2 (MB); x arsdnu sa-niq-tum
ibid. 5, cf. also ibid. r. 7.

ways; MB, SB, NB.
i.bi.zu e.ne.6m:mar.dim.me.er.ama. dinanna.bi sag.us nam.a 6 .ga h6.bi.[ak] : ina mahriki e-gir-e ili u iStari lidammiq sa-an-tak[.. .] may (Ninsubur) (standing) before you constantly present auspicious words from (every) god and goddess TCL 6 51:45 f. (Exaltation of Itar), see RA 11 148:23.

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santakku

sa-an-tak, kajdnu, ddrdnu = gi-nu-u LTBA 2 sag-ta-ak DIS, [sag-ta-ak] [DI-tenu] = sa-an-t[aak-kum] MSL 14 93:101: 1f. (Proto-Aa): GE 2 3(AS2: 178ff., dupl. ibid. 4 iii 17ff.; [s]a-an-tak, [k]a-aa-ma-nu, [d]a-ri-a= g[i-nu-u] CT 18 18 K.4587 iii zida-tent) = sa-[an-tal-ku MSL 9 133:469 (ProtoAa); sa-an-dak Ag, sa-an-tak Ag-ten,, sa-an-tak 24 ff.; sa-an-tak, fxl-du-d = ka-a-a-ma-nu ibid. 27 ff.; see also A II/5 Comm. 5, cited santakkulex. section. Ag (slanted upward to the right, = 8L 3 No. 663) = sa-an-tdk-ku Ea II 206ff., cf. ana SAG.U§ Ag-ten a) santak: PN... a ana paras NabS ... sa-an-tak-ku // ka-a-[al-[nu] A II/5 Comm. 5; saan-dak DI§ (sign name [s]a-an-tak), sa-an-tak DI9, putuqqu sa-an-tak PN, who constantly 9a-an-tak DIS = ig-ten (var. sa-a[n-tak-ku] Ea II heeds the decrees of Nabfi JAOS 88 126:13 (NB votive); ana dlika dA§ur sa-an-tak Sipir 232ff.; Ag.E9 5 .te = sat-tak-ku CT 18 50 iii 11, dupl. CT 19 33 80-7-19,307 iii 2. gutersu for your city, 0 A99ur, turi erin. DI = ERfN.ME9 sa-an-tak-ki (between sabe always prepare the work of the battlefield tillati and ddlc) Lu II iii 9'. sag.nam. <dub>.sar DIg dili.bi giu.bi (Sum. broken) KAR 128:24 (prayer of Tn.); 6. am : re§ tuplarrutisa-an-tak-ku iten i rigim[§u ba'uldt Enlil [ta]hitti uddakam tabarri sa§ele]t the wedge is the first element in scribal an-tdk (see bar A v. mng. la-1'b') BMS 9 craft, it is one (in form) but its readings are six r. 42, dupl. LKA 48:7, see Ebeling Handerhebung ZA 64 140:12 (Examenstext A).

68; mud2tki ana salmdt qaqqadi lu[e§]mi

[s]a-an-tak (see mud2tu usage a-2') STT
123:2 and 4 (= STT 28 i 2 and 4), see AnSt 10

1. triangle - a) in OB math.: a square
[SA.BA] 8 SAG.Dt addi I inscribed eight

108; sa-an-tak (inobscure context) ZA 61
54:123 (SB hymn to Nabf), (in broken context) PSBA 30 81 col. C 11.

triangles in it (with illustrating figure)
TMB 54 No. 106:2, and passim in Nos. 103-111; SAG.DT 5.TA.AM U§ 6 SAG.KI ki ma[si §E.

b) santakku, sattakku, sattakka, sattak= u kam: sarrdtu u la kindtu irukul~ sa-an-

NUMUN] a triangle, each side is five, the
base is six, how much seed (is needed to
sow it)?
MKT 1 97:13 (= TMB 77 No. 157);

tak-ku (var. sa-at-tak) they (the gods)
bestowed forever on it (mankind) (a life
of) lies and untruth Lambert BWL 88:280

A.SA SAG.DO
MKT 1 123:2;

the area of the triangle
SAG.DtT X U9 X A.§A SAG. SAG.AN.TA ? SAG.KI.TA

[sa-an-t]ak-ku la naparkd (Theodicy); constantly without fail ibid. 72:38; puzru sat-tak-ku ,uhuzu bariruka (see ahdzu
mng. 9h) Lambert BWL 126:9 (hymn to 8amag);

[BI(?)]

ul ide MCT 50 D r. 13; SAG.DtI X U
. . .

X A.BA.BI

minum

MCT 48 Ca:1;

sa-ta-ku-um sinip

lu §umqutu ndkirja .. ina maharMarduk speak constantly qibi sa-at-ta-ak-ka before Marduk for overthrowing my enemies VAB 4 78 iii 52 (Nbk.); ana Esagil u Ezida la batldk sa-at-ta-kam ibid. 212 ii 12 (Ner.); ul iSaggil I[rra] kcka8u AN x-di ihitta sa-an-tdk-kdm-ma ul iSakkan liptu (where you ....) Irra does not slay, the constantly oversees so that mighty .... he will not bring plague STT 71:17, see
RA 53 135.

u§ elim uS Sapl2m a triangle, two thirds of the upper length is the lower length
Sumer 7 31:2, cf., wr. SAG.Dt TMB 86ff. Nos. 176-186; talli SAG.Dt-kix i[gigubbiWu]

x is the coefficient of the dividing line of
a triangle Sumer 7 137 r. 8, wr. SAG.DtJ-kum ibid. 6f., see Kilmer, Or. NS 29 285 C; IGI.GUB. BA... X §a SAG.Dt MCT 133 Ud:19; 7,30 IGI.GUB <SAG>.DtO san-ta-kum 7,30 is the

coefficient of a triangle (?) Edzard Tell ed-Der
236:2 (coll.); 52,30 IGI.GUB 34 26:29.

§d SAG.Dt

MDP

santakku (sattakku) s.; 1. triangle, 2. wedge (in cuneiform writing), 3. one;

b) in field descriptions: a field whose west side adjoins 4 NINDA.HI.A E. NUMUN SAG.Dtr §A A.gA Sa tehi PN x field,

OB, SB, NB; Sum. lw.; wr. syll. (with divine determinative Grayson BHLT 101:12)
and (in mng. 1) SAG.DO, (in mng. 2) DI (i.e., SANTAK 4 ).

a wedge within the field next to PN('s field) Dar. 80:7; total x field adi x SAG.DO including four NINDA in the wedge ibid. 11,
cf. 2 SAG.DIT.ME (on field plan) Nemet-

149

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Nejat LB Field Plans No. 69, see ibid. p. 267, see also alkuttu mng. 2b; x SE.NUMUN SAG.DtI Camb. 44:15 (all NB).

sapadu
In the math. problem Frank Strassburger Keilschrifttexte 9:6, see MKT 1 257, sa-am-da-

ka(?) -am occurs in obscure context.
von Soden, ZDMG 91 193f.; Schott, ZA 44 198 n. 2.

2. wedge (in cuneiform writing) - a) in gen.: see ZA 64, in lex. section; §a ina are hitdku [sa]-at-tak-ku(var. -ki) mamma ul ubtdpi I (Ninkarrak) am expert in what is in the multiplication tables, no one has had to elucidate one single
wedge Or. NS 36 128:184 (hymn to Gula);

santakku see santak. santappu see sagtappu. santagurrl see sagtaSurr2. santu see samtu A and B. sapadu v.; 1. to mourn, 2. to beat the breast, 3. I/3 (iterative to mng. 1), 4. Suspudu to cause to mourn; MB, MA, SB; I ispid - isappid, 1/3, III; cf. naspittu, sipdu, sipittu.
su-u si-guni+A = sa-pa-du A III/4:224; [su-u] su = sa-p[a-du] A II/7 iv 3'; [. .. ] [sa-p]a-du (Sum. equivalents broken) Nabnitu XXI 143-145. uru.kalam.ma.kex(KID) im.mi.in.se6.96. ne il.sig.ga gaba im.ma.[an].ra.a.me : ina dli u mdti uladmamu seher rabi ui-a-as-pa-du in city and open country they cause moaning, they cause young and old to mourn (Sum. to beat (their) breasts) 8urpu VII 11f.. restored from K.16346.

tele'i la tdkip sa-an-tak-ki x x x ta[§a]kkan ina mahar ummdni you (Nabf) are able the man who cannot write, you to .... place him before the scholar STT 71:26,
see W. G. Lambert, RA 53 135, cf. peti sattak-ki AfO 17 313 B 11 (Marduk's Address to the Demons).

b) tikip santakki cuneiform sign: may you (Nabf) command long life for me ina tikip DI(var. sa-tak)-ki-ka keni through
your reliable cuneiform signs Streck Asb. 274 No. 10:15, var. from Bauer Asb. 2 53a:16;

[kima ti]lkip sa-tak-ki tahdta ina nurika kullassina mdtdti (see hdtu mng. 2) KAR 361:3 (SB rel.); Marduk who [knows(?)]
ti-kip sa-an-tak-ku Grayson BHLT 101 f.:10;

ti-kip dsa-an-tak-kuina qereb Bdbili natdlu [. . .] [you allow us(?)] to see the writing of divine cuneiform signs in Babylon (followed by ahaz tuppika the learning of your tablet) ibid. 12; nemeq NabU tikip sa-an-tak-ki (var. sa-at-tak-ki) mala balmu ina tuppani altur asniq abrema I wrote on tablets, checked, and collated everything pertaining to cuneiform signs, the art of NabfU CT 14 40 Rm. 2,41 r. ii 3,
var. from CT 27 38:43, and passim in Asb. colophons, see Hunger Kolophone No. 319:6 and 338:7.

1. to mourn - a) beside bake: ahulap ina mdtija §a bak& u sa-pa-a-d[u] ahulap ina niSeja §a nubb& u bake have pity on my land which is (amidst) weeping and mourning, have pity on my people who are (amidst) wailing and weeping CT 13
48:6 (prayer of Nbk. I);

ibakkd re'U . . . i-sa-

ap-pi-du dadme urru u mbuu (see mng. 3a) Bauer Asb. 2 87 r. 9; adi ibki pi-du ul ik[kal(?)] KAR 423 iii 9 (SB [...] bakci sa-ap-du they weep,
mourn Iraq 7 107:15 (Asb.).

bak i-saext.);

they

3. one (from the use of the single wedge
as the numeral "1"): see
Ea II 232ff.,

in lex. section; umu sa-an-tak la ba, may (the gods) decree ldssu l[iqbu] that he not remain alive for even one
day Bauer Asb. 2 42 r. 4, for parallels see

b) other occs.: re'dsa appa u qadissu kaparri <<ana> kaliSunu sap-[dul-i (see
kaparru A usage d) Kocher BAM 248 iii 22 (SB inc.), cf. re' x [. . .] u kaparr kaladunu sa-ap-du-li sa-ap-[du . . .] Studies Landsberger 286:27 (MA version); [. . .] nangula at

iSten mng. Id; see also (referring to an organization? of workmen or soldiers) Lu II, in lex. section. 150

kula kudSim sa-ap-da (see nagalu usage b-3') MIO 12 54 r. 10 (MB lit.); [ina muhhi

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sapahu
bi] ti i-sa-ap-pid u'i iqabbima he performs

sapahu sapih, 1/2, 1/3, II, 11/2, 11/3, IV, IV/3;
wr. syll. ('u-up-pu-uh BA 5 387 No. 4 r. 6, see mng. 5c) and BIR (AL.BIR(.RE) Boissier DA 3:38, CT 38 6:161, CT 39 32:24, CT 40 18:92, etc., BAR Labat Suse passim); cf. naspuhtu,

the wailing for the temple, says "woe!"
Weissbach Misc. No. 12:18, see RAcc. 46; I~tar

ina kihull&ki appalsih itti niSeki as-pid I

have squatted down in your mourning place, I mourned with your people LKA
70 iv 8 and dupls., see Farber Istar und Dumuzi 138:198, also 186:60; let the moon not be

saphu, sappahu, sappihu, suppuhu.
bi-ir BIR sa-[pa-hu] Ea V 101; [bi-ir] [BIR] = sd-pa-hu Ea V Excerpt 6', also A V/2:123, Sb 1 33; [BA] = [sa-p]a-hu MSL 9 135:567 (Proto-Aa); ba-ar BAR = sa-pa-ha s[d .. .], sa-pa-ha [d . . .] A I/6:315f.; ta-dr TAR = sa-pa-hu A 111/5:123; kul = sa-a-hu BRM 4 33 ii 9 (group voc.). nigin = pu-uh-hu-ru, birbir. r.e = su-up-pu-hu Igituh I 385f. tlr.ra ab.bi.ta sag ba.ab.dug 4 amag.a e.z6.bi.ta ba.da.an.sir : tarbasu ina latisu issa-pah supiru ina senisu issuh (see supuru lex. section) SBH p. 73 No. 41:13f., cf. l61.tiir nam. sir.ra ab.bi sag nam.me : [tarb]asala tanassah ldtisu la ta-sap-<pa>-ah (var. tuapras) S. A. Smith Misc. Assyr. Texts p. 24:30f., var. from OECT 6 pl. 29 K.5158 r. 3, see Zimmern, ZA 31 116; e(?) 6.ze sag.dug 4 .ga : ana siri spa-a-hu (see siru B) SBH p. 151 No. 24:24f., cf. [.. .] sag bi.in.dug4 .ta: [.. .] is-pu-hu OECT 6 pl. 30 K.5159:11f.; e.ne.6m.ma.ni ki.a di.da.bi kur ba.ba na.nam: amassu saplis ina aldkia mdtam i-sa-ap-pa-ah his word in its advance below scatters the land SBH p. 8 No. 4:76f. un.zu in.bir.bir : ni-si-iau-sap-pi-ihhe scattered my people OECT 6 pl. 25 Rm. 2,151:4f., cf. Langdon BL 208:25f., 29f.; [.. .] bir.re : 6sap-pi-ih-ka BA 5 706 No. 59:8'f.; e.ne.6m.ma. ni gal.gal.bi 9i.di 6.am na.tun.tun // sg. am in.tun.tun : amassu rabid ina aldlcia bztdti u-hat-tu // ma-a-ta u-sap-[pah] his word in its majestic advance smites the houses, variant: breaks up the country SBH p. 8 No. 4:62f.; sag kur. kur.ra : mu-sap-pi-ih §adi he who breaks up the mountains BA 5 708 No. 62:5 and 7. uru.mu i.bi.na sag im.ma.ab.dug 4 : d1u ana panija it-tas-pah in front of me (my) city was destroyed RA 33 104:22; [.. .] dingir ba.bir. r e. e : [. . .] i-lu it-ta-ds-pa-hu the gods have been scattered TCL 16 pl. 152 No. 85:4; munux.mu n-u.me.a.[ta] gen he. enl.bir.b[ir.re] : istu la buqlima li-is-sd-pi-ha (parallel: likula) Lambert BWL 270 A 13 with join courtesy W. G. Lambert; for other bil. refs. see mngs. lb, 5a, and 7. [...] = s-pa-ahu Izbu Comm. 437; pur-ri-rum = su-up-pu-[hu] ibid. 273.

eclipsed niSe mati ...
AfO 11 361:15 (SB tamitu).

la i-sap-pi-du

so

that the people of the land need not mourn
2. to beat the breast: a-na zi-im-ri §ahu-un-ni i-sa-pi-id ir-ta he beats his breast to (the beat of) the (Br.) 9A.hun.
ga song HS 1893:15 (MB lit.), see RT 19 59.

I/3 (iterative to mng. 1): [Summa [is-s]a-na-pi-du if date palms constantly mourn CT 41 16:26 (Alu), with comm. is-sa-na-pi-du : .a zini-Su-nu ina la ,ari x-[x-(x)] that (means 3.
GI§.GI9IMMAR].ME

that) they [shake?] their fronds without
wind ibid. 29 r. 14, see Landsberger Date Palm
p. 13.

4. §uspudu to cause to mourn: urpu VII, in lex. section.

see

The restoration asa[ppidka] in lukul-

kama ul a-sa[p/la[b-x] I (wolf) will eat
you (fox) and I will not [. . .] you Lambert BWL 200 iv 5 (SB fable), is not likely in

the context.
In BE 31 p. 36 15 (= PSBA 30 80 i 15) read is-rup ka-bat-su, see sardpuA mng. 2.

sapahu (Sapahu) v.; 1. to scatter, disperse, 2. to confound, disrupt (purpose, organization, plans), 3. (in the stative) to spread, to stretch, 4. to squander,
5. suppuhu to scatter, spill, to disperse, to thwart, turn to nought, 6. suppuhu to

waste, squander, to ruin (financially), 7.
II/2 to become scattered, squandered, 8.

IV to be scattered, dispersed, broken up,
9. IV to become diffused, broken up, 10. IV to be squandered, wasted, finan-

1. to scatter, disperse - a) materials:
[Summa UR] .KU anamuhhi ameli la mud&Su SAHAR.HI.A is-pu-uh if a dog scatters dust

cially ruined, 11.

IV to be thwarted;
151

from OA, OB on; I ispuh - isappah-

on a man who does not know it (the dog)

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sapahiu lb
CT 38 50:52 (SB Alu); ZfD Segu4i ana muhhilu

sapahu 2
wr. BIR-ah ACh Sin 3:29; may the god decree BIR-§U BIR bitifu KAR 111 r. 7,
see Hunger Kolophone No. 233:5; uncert.: ru-

BIR-ah you scatter flour of "bitter barley" over him Kocher BAM 323:60; 7 ku patinnu 8a .tiditukappat 'utta mala ittulu 7-7i ana libbi lipSur ana ribiti ta-sd-pah you roll seven clay balls, seven times he should tell the dream he has had to (them) - you (then) scatter (the balls) at
a crossroad
cf. ibid. 25'; Dream-book 343 79-7-8,77 r. 22',

bu-[t]am i-sd-p[a]-hu YOS 10 31 xiii 26 (OB ext.); [. . .]x.ga.ag u.sihulmi.ni.ib.

di .ug : ana sa-pa-ah ummdnat AIur u[bdn lemutti] they (the demons?)

§utrusu

have pointed a finger with the evil intent

of scattering the armed forces of A99ur
KAR 128:32 (bil. prayer of Tn.), cf. ummdnu as-pu-uh Bauer Asb. 2 44:13; is-pu-hu-ma

umma amilu upuntalu is-

puh-ma ina Sepiu idis if a man spills his flour and tamps it with his foot CT 37
48:15, cf., wr. is-pu-uh ibid. 13, (with nud= didtiu) ibid. 17, cf. also ibid. 27, [ana ar]ki u

is-pu-uh ibid. 1 (SB Alu).

b) social groups and military units: Sz qinna'u ,alimma sd-pi-ih qinni as for him (the eagle), his nest is intact, but my
nest is scattered Bab. 12 pl. 14:15 (OB Etana), cf. sa-ap-hu atmua ibid. pl. 4

tiamati ana Gutium issan[qu] is-pu-hu-ma Gutium ana mat Elamti issan[qu] is-pu-huma Elamtu ana sapanni ikta[ldu] they scattered the (army of the) Sealand(?) and reached Gutium, they scattered (the army of) Gutium and reached Elam, they scattered (the army of) Elam and reached
the inner plateau(?) AnSt 5 100:56ff. (SB .Cuthean Legend); the king of Elam laid

hands on Nippur

nieu is-pu-uh and

K.2527:7 (SB); if a raven qinnau is-pu-uhma AUB-ut CT 41 1 K.2911:14 (SB Alu); sap-

scattered its people Winckler AOF 1 303 iv sa-pa--ah niceu AfO 8
15 (Chron. P), see Grayson Chronicles 176, cf. 27:17 (8amgi-Adad V);

hat illati tabini purrur my clan is scattered, my fold(?) is broken apart STC 2
pl. 81:78 (SB lit.), see Ebeling Handerhebung 134;

inanna kupud ana Sar Ka

lzlm simani

li-is-pu-uh illatkunu mar Ea mamdniu . .. li-is-pu-uh-ku-nu-Si Girra ezzu may the son of Ea, the conjurer, scatter your cohorts, may fierce Girra disperse you
Maqlu III 169 and 173; ana la sa-pa-ahnagizu

su-pu-uh tillassu now plot against the Kassite king and scatter his forces before it is too late Tn.-Epic "ii" 13; ultu. . . kisria

uptarrira puhurra is-sap-ha after he broke up her (Tiamat's) forces, scattered
her host En. el. IV 106; the cattle, a gift [.. .] 8a itti bu-ul of my grandfather

GN eziba§§u so that his district (i.e., people) should not disperse I left the
(fortified) city of GN to him Rost Tigl. III
p. 10:42; ultu RN Sar GN tendu tugannu taqb2

is-pu-hu utir aS[rul§u] which he(?) had scattered with the wild animals(?), he
reinstated(?) LKU 46:7 (Esarh.?), see Borger, AfO 18 117; Babilajaul BIR [. .] he (Sennacherib) was not able to disperse the Babylonian forces CT 34 47 ii 19 (NB chron.),
see Grayson Chronicles 77.

sa-pa-ah matifu after you (Aggur) had
confused the mind of RN, king of GN, and ordered the dissolution of his land Streck
Asb. 204 v 38, cf. ibid. 176 No. 3:16 and 180:17, cf. Bauer Asb. 2 79 K.13731:13; [ana hu]lluqi napiltifu u sa-pahmdt Akkadi CT 35 14:13, see Bauer Asb. 2 79, cf. §ibsat ASSur §a sa-

2. to confound, disrupt (purpose, organization, plans): Jummamin annakam

pah matigu

Winckler Sar. pl. 28 No. 59:12,

cf. also Borger Esarh. 105 ii 34, 13 Ep. 5b:9;

[ul uha]lliq Babili ul aqtabi BIR-Sd I (the

andku la attanasbatma tem,'u la a-sd-napd-ah were it not that here I had been fighting (with him) all the time and had
been thwarting his purpose TCL 4 41:8 (OA let.); [. . .] la Adad iss2 eli md[tim]

king) have not destroyed Babylon, have not decreed its dispersal RAcc. 144:424;
sa-pa-ah [ali] Thompson Rep. 140:5, cf.,

huburla iktabas temla is-pu-uh [the .. .]

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sapahu 3a of Adad roared over the land, trampled its tumult, disrupted its organization JCS 11 85 iv 5 (OB Cuthean Legend), cf. milika
is-p[u-uh] Lambert-Millard Atra-hasis 124 r. 17

sapahu 5a
'umma purqidam nadima BIR-ih (sapih or issapih) if, falling on his back, he remains stretched out Labat TDP 82:26; §e-em DUMU.ME9 ia-mi-in sd-pi-ih ina malkandtiluma wasib mimma kasdrgu ul ib-ba-4i M61. Dussaud 2 985a:12'ff. (Mari, translit. only); fa-na.ME ~ ina idni sd-

(SB); sa-pi-ih temaSuma sehati epSessu his (Kingu's) thoughts were in disarray, his
action was confused En. el. IV 68; milkum

sd-pi-ih the spirit (of the country) will be disunified YOS 10 31 v 24 (OB ext.); tenkunu uSanni milikkunu as-pu-uh I counteracted your decision, I thwarted your plan Maqlu
V 129, cf. AfO 12 143:20, cf. Ea ... milikSu li-is-p[u-u]h STT 215 ii 65 and dupl. KAR 88 fragm. 3 obv.(!) 11; dLUGAL.AB.DUBjR garru

sa-pi-ih epSet Tidmat nasihu kakkiSa DN, the king, who broke up the works of Tiamat, who removed her weapons (translating the name
dLUGAL.AB.DUBOR,

cf.

the comm. lugal = sar-[ru], bir = sap[a-hu], duDt = e-p[e-Sd], ab = tam-tim, bu = na-sa-hu, dudfi = kak-[ku] RA 17 169
K.11169+13614 ii 4) En. el. VII 91; see also

pi-ih 1 Lj ina Ha-na.ME ina halsim ul iba§§i (should the sheikhs say) "the Haneans are dispersed in the villages" (on the contrary) not one man from the Hana people is in the district ARM 14 80:18; Summa SUHUI-§u sa-ap-ha if its (a house's) foundations are spread out CT 38 9:43 (SB Alu); if he has bird's feet Sd BE-U sap-ha that (means that) they (the toes?) .... are spread(?) Kraus Texte 22 i 32', also S~ 9U.SI BE Sepe'u sapha ibid. iii 5; 'umma kakkabu miShu imuh .. UD(?) sa-pi-[ih] Thompson Rep. 246
E:5, see Weidner, RSO 9 300, cf., wr. UD 8abi-ih ACh Supp. 2 IStar 65:4, also (same omen

nemequ usage f; su-pu-uh tanihti (var. tanihi) do away with my misery BMS 5:7,
see Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 462:24.

quoted) ABL 1237:7; [. . .] sap-ha SA 5 a-piih DIRI // Suparruru, DIRI // haldpu AfO
14 pl. 7 i 6 (astrol. comm.).

3. (in the stative) to spread, to stretch - a) said of parts of the body and the exta: Summa ... KI9IB imitti atar u IGI. ME -s sa-ap-hu sa-pa-hu ra-pa-Su IGI. ME9-S rapSu if the right vertebra is unusually large and its front is spread wide (third alternative predicate of the prot., following rapSu "broad" and tapSu) (with comm.) s. means rapdau(the meaning of this protasis is the same as that of) IGI.MES-si rapsu its front is broad CT 31
48 K.6720+ :16, dupl. ibid. 18 K.7588:7 (SB ext.);

4. to squander: mdru bit abigunu isa-pa-[hu] the sons will squander their father's estate CT 28 40 K.6286:16 (SB Alu). 5. suppuhu to scatter, spill, to disperse, to thwart, turn to nought - a) to scatter, to spill: nag&GN uSahrib tdbta sahl u -sappi-ha seru§un I devastated the districts of Elam and scattered salt and cress over them Streck Asb. 56 vi 80, also Bauer Asb. 34
K.2664 iii 11, Thompson Esarh. pl. 17 v 8 (Asb.);

pirit qaqqadiSu samat // sa-ma-tasa-ap-haat the hair of his head is red, red equals
"spread" Hunger Uruk 40:8 (diagn. with comm.) ;

Summa ummat tirani2-ma Sa imitti BIR-at

if there are two masses of intestinal convolutions and the one on the right spreads
out KAR 431: 1 (SB ext.).

b) other occs.: gumma lamnum [sdpi-ih sd] -pa-ah bit awilim Pettinato Olwahrsagung 49:162, see also CT 5 4:5, cited mng. 9;

if he has pigeon's feet §a ina aldkiu SAHAR.HI.A d-sap-pa-hu (that means) that when walking he scatters dust about Kraus Texte 24 r. 11, ina eqli illaku zera u-sdpa-hu they (the women of the city) go out into the fields and scatter seed LKA 72:10 and 11 (SB rit.), see TuL p. 46; mala tusarriqu [ana] muhhisunu BIR.BIR you scatter over them (the figurines) all (the paraphernalia) that you have used in the
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sapahu 5b hdli u-sap-pi-ha kala zumrida she (the lamassu spirit) sprinkled the whole of her (the cow's) body with the water of (easy) birth-giving Kocher BAM 248 iii 27 (SB inc.), also ibid. 29, dupl. AMT 67,1 iii 17 and 19; Hki a nddu 'alqatunimega sd-ap-pa-hu-u-nijust as this waterskin is slit (and) its water is spilled Wiseman Treaties 653; gi . g i. en. gi.na.bi ba.an.bir.b [ir.r] e. e bindtiu i-sap-pi-fhul they (the demons) have made his limbs disjointed CT 17 15:14f., note in 11/3: us-sap-pi-hu (in
same context) ibid. 31:27f.; s8-pu-hu

sapihu 5d the mighty (army of the) Medes
VAB 4
220 i 31 (Nbn.), and passim in hist.; [ub]lamma

libbalu Saggaadtu [x] -ni ana su-pu-hi x-x§u x-x LKA 63:29 (MA lit.); ala nitum ta= lammima nam&gu BIR.ME § you will closely besiege the city, disperse its outlying
areas TCL 6 1 r. 56 (SB ext.).

kulilisa (see kululu mng. Ic) Iraq 31 31:44 (MA inc.); Jumma dkrat qaqqadilu szp-puh if he has sparse hair on his head
Kraus Texte 3b ii 39, dupl. 4c ii 14';

c) to thwart spells, plans, to turn acts, sin to nought: [zi]-sa-ap-pah urpataki uhallaq umki -sap-pah kiSpiki 8a takkimi mila u urra I will scatter your (the sorceress's) cloud, I will destroy your storm, I will scatter the sorcery which you have been accumulating day and night
Maqlu VII 5f., also V 86f., cf. ibid. V 5; luS:

halliqmaalkassunu lu-sap(var. -sa-ap)-piru-ki-ma-a-ti (for rumikdti?) BIR.BIR ih I will put an end to their activity, I will do away (with it) En. el. I 39; muBA 10/1 106 No. 25:10 (SB rit.). .sap-pi-ih kipdi'unu muterri 'drid (dsUH. RIM) who thwarts their (the enemies') b) to disperse a household, a group, plans, who turns them to nought En. el. an army: etla damqa ina kimti u uWel qinna puhurta he ousted a VII 44, cf. (dsUH.Gt.RIM) mu-sap-pi-ih epetilunu la ezibu mimmilun he who well-to-do young man from his family, he turns their (the enemies') deeds to broke up a close-knit clan Surpu II 53, nought, leaving nothing of them ibid. 49; cf. inapuhri Sa u-sap-pi-hu ibid. 71; Adad mu-sa-[ap-pi]-ih ta-[bi-nal-a-ti VAS 1 [ni]-me-eq-ui Ju-up-pu-uh BA 5 387 No. 4 71:10 (Sar.); [nakru] mata -sa-ap-pd-ah r. 6 (SB lit.), for parallel see nemequ usage f; the enemy will disperse (the people of) temam §a PN ikputu 'aana dalah mat belija izzizu z-sd-ap-[pi]-ih I frustrated the the country KUB 4 67 i 8, see Leichty Izbu [Summa seru . . .] imqutma u-sa- plan that PN devised as he was ready to p. 208; foment trouble in my lord's land ARMT 13 pi-ih-gi-na-ti[. . .] if a snake falls [among 146:6; [.. .] hulliqa miliku su-up-pi-ha . .], and scatters them KAR 384 (= "385," Hunger Uruk 12:23; Sa elenitija su-pi-hi (SB Alu); L.ME§ . . . us-sep. 342) r. 41 amdtila (see elenitu A) 4R 59 No. 1 r. 12; ep-pi-i-i-ih PBS 1/2 67:16 (MB let.); mu-sepi-ih ellat gubari he who scattered the rakista li-sap-pi-hu kisir lumni liparriru let them (the gods) break up the conSubarian forces AOB 1 64:31 (Adn. I), Weidner Tn. 9 No. 3:10, 23 No. 14:11; ellatedu spiracy, shatter the knot of evil Surpu IV u-sap-pi-ih-ma uparrirpuhurru I scat- 68; anna rabd Sa ultu seherija ipu u suup-pi-ih-ma (var. su-pu-uh-ma) adi 7-§u tered his hosts, I broke up his concentraputur make the great sin disappear which tions OIP 2 39 iv 53 (Senn.), cf. puhurrunu ellassun ibid. I(!) committed in (lit. ever since) my 82:37, cf. also Streck Asb. 182:42; u-sap-pi-ih youth, undo it sevenfold BMS 11:37, var. (var. mu-sap-pi-ih) nieGaN I scattered the from VAT 14293, see von Soden, Iraq 31 83. Mannean people Borger Esarh. 52 A iii 59, var. from B ii 27, also p. 34:30; ina ummaniu d) uncert. mng.: 15 sv(?)-pi-ih MDP isutu Ummdn-Manda rap£dti u-sap-pi-ih 34 p. 92:16 (math.), see von Soden, BiOr 21 49; see also sippihu. with his small forces he (Cyrus) scattered

uncert.:

u-sap-pi-hu

u-sap-pi-ih-ma u-par-ri-ir

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sapahu 6a 6. suppuhu to waste, squander, to ruin (financially) - a) in gen.: la ahum §a ka sap belija -sd-pu-hu the bad partner who squanders my lord's money CCT 3 42a:24; minum annitum Sa luqut ahikunu sd-pu-haat-ni-ma ICK 1 17:15; ana gamrim 'a bitim danni KTT.BABAR nu-sd-pd-ah we have to spend silver extensively for the expenses of the firm Kayseri 17:22 (unpub., courtesy B. Landsberger), cf. (in broken context) u-sd-pd-ah-ma AAA 1 pl. 19 No. 1 r. 2' (all OA); DIRI (= watram) §a sd-puha(!)-am tale' [.. .] attadnakkum I have given you [.. .], more even than you have been able to waste TCL 4 48:34 (OA let., coll. M. T. Larsen); PN 'a illikam e'am Sa tuSabilim u-sa-pi-ha-am-ma it-ta-al-ka PN, who came here, has squandered the grain you (fem.) sent me and has left CT 4
38b:6 (OB let.), see Frankena, AbB 2 103, cf. CT 45 122:5 and 17, PN mu-sa-ap-pi-ih-ta ibid. 3, see Kraus, AbB 7 187, cf. (the barley) [d] -sd-ap-pa-hu-Su ARMT 13 36:16, cf.

sapAhu 8a her property and places her husband in a bad position CH § 141:41, cf. wasiat bissa -sd-ap-pa-ah ibid. § 143:8, cf. alSat awilim wasitam illakma bit awilim U-sd-

ap-pa-ah CT 3 4:61 (OB oil omens), also YOS 10 34:20, cf. (with makkr mutida) ibid. 33 iii 36,
cf. also YOS 10 35:1, [api]l awilim wasitam illakma [bit] abiSu [ul-sd-ap-pa-a[h] ibid. 34:14, 33 iii 33; maru ina bulti abiSunu bit abiSunu -sd-ap-pa-hu the sons will squander their father's estate within their father's lifetime RA 27 149:36 (all OB ext.), cf.
KUB 37 198 r. 3 (oil omens), wr. BIR Labat

maru arkc bit abiSu Calendrier § 41:8; BIR.M[Eg]-ah the last-born son will squander his father's estate KAR 428 r. 40 (SB ext.), cf. apil ameli bit ameli BIR-ah (opposite: upahhar) Leichty Izbu III 16. 7. II/2 to become scattered, squandered: i.bir.bir.am(var. .a) g..ba i.ni.in.gar : Sa u-sap-pi-h[u] uptahhir (the waters) which had been scattered far and wide, he now gathered Lugale VIII 27; bit awilim us-sd-pa-ah the man's estate will be squandered RA 38 82:15 (OB Summa sappih [uslext.), see RA 40 82; sap-[pa(?)1-a[h] if he is a squanderer, his property (lit. he) will be squandered Kraus

also mali

-ha-al-li-qu ma-li u-sd-ap-pi-

hu A IX/66: 10 (Susa let., courtesy J. Bott6ro);

,e'am udti ... ul ul akida[m(ma)] us-saap-pi-ih he could not ship that barley to me, (so) he dispersed it CT 52 82:20; DUH.UD.DU.A ana PN ul talap= aum * Texte 54 i 16, see ZA 43 86, MVAG 40/2 48. parama awilum DUH.DURU 5 u-sa-ap-paah-ma awatum ih-ha-at-ti if you (pl.) 8. IV to be scattered, dispersed, broken do not write to PN concerning the dry up - a) said of bitu estate, family: bit bran, the man will squander the moist awilim is-sd-pa-ah the man's household bran, and the opportunity will be missed will be scattered YOS 10 41:34 (OB ext.), also A 3598:23, cf. YOS 2 20:7; magal tu-sa-a-ah ibid. 47:15 and 36 (OB behavior of sacrificial lamb), you are a great spendthrift TLB 4 33:11 (all wr. is-sag(AN)-ap-pa-ah Labat Suse 9:6 and OB letters); tartub nuttd u su-up-pu-ha-am r. 7 (Izbu), cf. bit ameli BIR-ah Leichty (see nat v. mng. 2) ARM 1 28:13; [mug- Izbu III 42, and passim, bit amili is-sd-aptel-na-at mu-sap-pi-<ha>-at she is fickle pa-ah KUB 4 67 ii 6, (with tarbas amili) ibid. 16, and a squanderer (opposite: mupahhirat) see Leichty Izbu p. 208 f.; bissu is-sd-ap-pa-ah Kraus Texte 11c r. v 5', wr. mu-sap-<pi>-hat his house will be dispersed RA 44 42:53 ibid. 8'; §a u-sa-ap-pi-hu upahhar Dream(OB ext.), cf. also HUCA 40-41 91 iii 35 (OB Alu), book 313 r. ii x+20; mu-sd-pi-hu mupahhiru Leichty Izbu VI 52, wr. BIR CT 38 41:21 (SB ,umfu Labat Suse 8 r. 38. Alu), note bel immerim imdt warkiu bi-issd i-sd-[pa]-a[h Yos 10 17:64 (OB ext.); ] b) an estate, property, fortune: Jumma bit abiSu BIR-ah Labat TDP 230: 11, Kraus bissa i-sd-ap-pa-ah Texte 22 i 28, ana arkdt umi bissu BIR // aMlat awilim ... innaddi for all time his house will be mussa uamta if a man's wife squanders

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sapahu 8b
KAR 212 i cf. bitu § r. i 26, see Labat Calendrier § 65:1, bitu innaddi//BIR-ah CT 38 12:75 (SB Alu);

sapahu 9 the destruction of his city, the scattering
of his people CH xlii 74; BIR-uh mdti CT 39 17:63, 18:100, 19:115 (SB Alu), na-as-

dispersed, variant: abandoned

ilappinma BIR-ah that house will become impoverished and (its family) will be dispersed CT 39 27:16, cf. ibid. 15, and, wr. fisl-sd-pa-ah ibid. 19 (SB Alu); note bissu la i-sap-pu-hu qinnau la ipparrarru (see qinnu A mng. 2a-2') IM 67692:339
(from K.2617 ii 8, tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert),

§2

pu-uh mati Labat Suse 9 r. 14, cf. also KUR
UR.BI AL.BIR.E§ CT 39 32:24 (SB Alu); the

king will die mdssu BIR-ah ACh Supp. 19:5; alu i niu'u BIR.ME9 CT 38 2:30
(SB Alu), cf. ACh Supp. 2 32:43, ACh Sin 3:131, BIR -Uh UN.ME K.5867:6, ACh Supp. 2 63 i 21,

and passim; ekal rubi is-sd-ap-pa-ah (var. BIR) the prince's palace will be dispersed cf. bit amtumma ibel i-sap-pu-uh (see blu mng. Ib) LambertBWL 102:71; na-as-pu-uh BRM 4 15:7, var. from dupl. ibid. 16:5 (SB ext.), cf. ekal rubi BIR-ah-ma Boissier DA p. 12 i bit awilim scattering of a man's house YOS
10 47:24 (OB behavior of sacrificial lamb), wr. BIR-uh bit ameli CT 40 18:83 (SB Alu), KAR 423 ii 59, dupl. TCL 6 3 r. 15 (SB ext.), also BIR-

33 (SB ext.), see Boissier Choix 194, also Leichty Izbu XIX 12', BIR-uh ekalli KAR 423 iii 32 (SB ext.), also tarbasu £M BIR-ah Leichty
Izbu VII 115, CT 40 32 r. 20, and passim; NI.NI KUR idannin KI.A (= rutibtu) BIR-ah CT 39

uh biti CT 38 25 K.2942+ :15 (SB Alu), BIR-Uh
bit abigu Labat TDP 214:23, etc., wr. BAR-uh

Labat Suse 10 r. 5;

§a BIR-uh

an unpropitious sign

burbi); ibdr dhis[sa] alternatively the house she will go into (in marriage) will be dispersed, he who takes her in marriage will not
prosper Lambert BWL 102:80.

bit amili Or. NS 39 142:2 (nam[sa]nis ana bit errubu BIR-ah ul

b) other occs.: epitum i i-sd-ap-paah-ma diprum innezzib this work contingent will be disbanded and the undertaking will be abandoned ARM 3 8:21; umman nakri BiR-ah CT 20 8 K.3991 r. 1, and
dupls., cf. kis.ra BIR.M[Eg] CT 31 27:12, and see kisrumng. 2a-1'; na-a -pu-uh [URU] scat-

26:20 (SB Alu); napigtum qinni la is-sdap-pa-ah it is a matter of life (or death) let my family not be broken up TCL 1 29:32 (OB let.); ummdni e(?)-mi-i§7-tu i-saap-pa-ah my hungry(?) army will be routed CT 6 2 case 10 (OB liver model); tilldtuSu is-sd-ap-pa-[h]a (quoting an oracle) ARM 10 4:24, cf. ibid. 30, sdbulu [is]sd-ap-pa-ah ibid. 45; tilldt garri BIR.MESma KAR 428:23 (SB ext.); U 8 .UDU.HI.A BIR.

MEni -ma re'd sina imat the flock will be scattered and its shepherd will die CT 20 5 K.3546:16 (SB ext.), cf. alpu i-sa-ap-pa-hu Sumer 14 14 No. 1:40, cf. adi alpu i-sa-ap-hu ibid. 42; li-is-sa-pi-ih gall& let my galli
demon be routed Limet Sceaux Cassites 9.7:6.

tering of the city CT 38 49:1, wr. BIR-uh
URU ibid. 21, also 4:92ff., dupl. CT 51 146:6ff.,

cf. na-ag-pu-uh [URU] CT 40 43 K.2259+ :15
(all SB Alu); alu § BIR-ma ana agriu ul

itdr that city will be scattered, it will not be restored KAR 377:23, cf. ali AL.BIR CT 38 6:161 (both SB Alu); URU

§ubat

9. IV to become diffused, broken up: 'umma Samnum me ina nad&ka is-sd-pi-ih bit awilim is-sd-ap-pa-ah if when you let the oil drop into the water, it (the drop) scatters, the man's house will be dispersed CT 5 5:33 (OB oil omens); Summa

GN it-tas-pah AnSt 5 100:50ff. (SB Cuthean

na-dl(var. -as) -pu-uh mdtiSu Legend); .. . ina pi'unu kabti lisdmma haldq niiu may the (order for) the breaking up of his country and the ruin of his people be pronounced in their (the gods') solemn
words AOB 1 66:53, 98:23 (Adn. I), cf. haldq

dligu na-d-pu-uhniSigu (may Enlil order)

Samnum i(var. omits i) -sd-pi-ih-ma kdsam imla if the oil is scattered (over the surface of the water) and fills out the cup (to the edge) YOS 10 57:7 (OB oil omens), var. from dupl. CT 5 4:5; [Summa KI.MIN is] sa(var. -sd)-pi-ih ildni adi ul-la mata BIR. ME if ditto (= when the processional

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*sapaku bark of Marduk is launched in the river), it breaks up, the gods will scatter the country for all time CT 40 39:30 (SB Alu), var. from dupl. TCL 6 9:8; na-as-pi-hi kima imbari disperse (O fire), like fog AfO 23
40f.:14 and 32, also (K.6057+)82-5-22,539:10.

sapannu it-ta-na-as-hu-ur(or -ram)-ma pected. is ex-

sapalginu

(saplaginu, salbaginu) s.;

(a

IV to be squandered, wasted, 10. financially ruined: wa-ar-k[a]-ral-atbel immerim is-sd-ap-pa-ah the legacy the owner of the sheep leaves (to his heirs) will be squandered YOS 10 33 ii 4 (OB ext.), cf. arkassu BIR-ah CT 39 3:13, arkdtulu
BIR.ME§ KAR 377 r. 25 (both SB Alu); 8a

plant); plant list.* a sa-ap-la-gi-nu(vars.

sa-ap-al-gi-nu, sa-pa-algi-nu, sa-al-ba-gi-nu) // t kur-ka-nu-u (var. KUR. GI.RIN.NA) Uruanna II 227; f sa-ap-la-gi-nu //i kur-ka-nu-u // at s[a-...] CT 41 45 BM 76487:14 kur(comm. to Uruanna III); [J pi-ri]-za-ah / ka-nu-u Sd ma-a-tz </> j sa-pal-gi-na BRM 4 32:17 (comm.).

t

biti udti NfG.Su- i BIR-ah the property of that house will be squandered Leichty Izbu III 90, marSit mat nakri BIR-ah the property of the enemy's country will be
scattered CT 31 43:12 (SB ext.), cf. ibid. 9, cf. CT 28 45:5 (SB ext.), NfG KUR BAR-ah

Compare Syr. sepalgina "Inula helenium, elecampane," see Meissner, MVAG
9/3 29 n. 2.

sapalu see saplu. sapannu s.; flatlands; OB, SB, NB. a) of the sea: waSbdtima sdbiti ina
sa-pa-[anA.AB.BA] O, my tavern keeper,

Labat Suse 10 r. 30, cf. also bitu iribauBIRah Leichty Izbu XIV 74.

11. IV to be thwarted: milik ummdnija BIR -ah my army's plan will be thwarted
CT 20 5:7, cf. (with ummdn nakri) ibid. 8 (SB ext.),

you live along the expanse of the sea CT 46
16 iii 7 (OB Gilg.), cf. Sidu[ri sabit]u 8a ina sa-pan tdmti albat Gilg. IX pl. 37 vi 37 a ina sa-pan tdmti (catch line); RN ...

also milik mati BIR-ah Leichty Izbu III 19,
VII 147, ACh 8amag 14:3. In En. el. V 90, neither the reading su-

sit 8amsi itkunu dadmeSu Merodachbaladan whose dwelling is at the flats of the
eastern marshland Lie Sar. 263; pagre

up-pu-hu (turbu'
posed by

Landsberger, JNES 20 162, nor

SaSmi), proposed by ub-bu-hu, progives a

Lambert, Iraq 31 38,

mundahsisu ina sa-pan tdmti ugarrinu gurunniS (see garanu usage b-3') Lyon
Sar. 14:33.

satisfactory meaning in the context. *sapaku v.; (mng. uncert.); SB(?), NA; IV. ki 8a harulhiumdmu ina kippi is-sa-pais ku-u-ni just as a haruhibeast caught(?) in a snare (so may you, your brothers, your sons and daughters be caught in the hand of your enemy) Wiseman Treaties 589; uncert.: it-ta-na-as-pak zI-ma (or it-tana-as-hu-zI-ma)irauu he.... and .... (for context see ikkillu usage b) STT 91:85, cf. iralSad it-ta-na-[. . .] STT 89:81. Both refs are uncertain. The NA ref. may be a loan from Aram. spq; in STT 91:85

b) of mountains: I spread the corpses of his soldiers like malt and sa-pan-ni§ad& umalli filled the uplands of the mountains (with them) TCL 3 134 (Sar.); inauRu BitAlbadd eri ina sa-pan-ni 8adi ittanmar (see er2 A usage a) CT 29 48:7 (SB list of prodigies), see AfO 16 262; (in my second dream) [ina sa]-pan-ni §adi [...] Gilg.
V ii 32, see Landsberger, RA 62 114;

marble,

which used to be too expensive even for the pommel of a sword ina sa-pan KUR Ammanana uapti'ni paniSu they (the gods) disclosed to me in the interior of Mount Ammanana OIP 2 107 vi 56, 121:45
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sapanu c) other occs.: x (barley) sa-pan appdri (from) the inner reed marsh Nbk. 131:11; sabe GN ... ana massartu ana sa-pan-ni appdru §a Babili kc alpuru (see apparu usage b) ABL 259:8 (NB), cf. (in broken context) Iraq 44 78 Binning 2:1, adi sa-pan na[gil-[ti] Grayson BHLT 76 iv 15; ispuhuma GN ana sa-pan-ni (var. [ . .]-ri) ikta[ldu] (for context see sapdhu mng. Ib) AnSt 5
100:58 (SB Cuthean Legend); obscure: 1 GfN SIM.MUG sa-pan UET 4 146:3, also, wr. sa-pa-an ibid. 147:11 (NB).

sapanu
... lemnif i-sap-pa-nu sunu CT 16 42:2 f., restored from W.22652 i 9f. (courtesy E. von Weiher); [. .. ] si.si.[ge(?)] : [...] tas-pu-un BA 10/1 113 No. 31:2 f. [a.ma.uru 5 ] su.su kur nu.9e.ga: [abibu] sa-pi-in mat la mdgiri 4R 24 No. 1:57f.; hero of the gods kalam.ma su.su.da (OB var. su. su.[da]) : mata ina sa-pa-ni (var. na-ds-pa-nu m[dti]) when he leveled the land Angim II 17 (= 76); ur.sag a.ma.uru 5 sur.ra ki.bal.a.si. : qarraduabubu ezzu sa-pi-in mat nukurti (Nergal) hero, fierce flood that sweeps away the enemy land 4R 26 No. 1:lf.; ki.bal.e gar.ra en.e li. g ar. r a. ba : ana sa-panmat nukurti belu ina hdaiu when the lord hastens to level the enemy land ASKT p. 124 No. 20:10f. + K.19762. ig.ki.bal = Sa-pi-in-KuR-nu-kdr-ti 5R 44 i 14 (name of a king), see Landsberger, JCS 8 69 n. 175, cf. CT 51 105:5f.; the Sarur mace un.ba sag ba.ab.dug 4 : mdta §uati is-pu-un Lugale V 17. [6.sag(.dug4.ga)].ki.il : E sa-pi-in a-a-bi s]a-pa-nu AfO 17 [6 (:)bi-i-tu sag(.dug 4 .ga) (:) 133 r. 21f. (LB comm. on the name Esagil); imsi-id / is-pu-un [tR ma-§d-d]u / R //sa-pa-nu CT 41 31 r. 21; i-si-ir // si-e-ri // sa-pa-nu ibid. r. 24 (Alu Comm.). sa-pa-nu = si-e-ru CT 18 10 iii 60; §e-e-qu, sa-pa-nu = pa-Id-tu ibid. 58f.; sa-ma-d = sapa(var. -rin)-nu LTBA 2 1 vi 37, and dupl. 2:374; ka-§d-u = sa-pa-nu BM 36273:3 (courtesy I. L. Finkel).

s

sapanu see sapunu. sapanu v.; 1. to level, to devastate, to destroy, to smooth, 2. to sow linseed, 3. to to sow (a field) with linseed,

dip(?), 4. §uspunu to cause leveling (by a flood), 5. IV to be leveled; from OB on; I ispun - isappan, I/2 (Bogh. perfect elte;
pun), III, IV, IV/2; cf. naspantu, naspanu, sapinu.
si-i SUM = sa-pa-nu Ea IV 125, also Idu II 96 a and S Voc. S 9; [§u].ssig.ig.g[e] = [s]d-pa-a[nu-um], sutaktutum Nigga Bil. B 225f.; ir = ba-'-i, fir.fr = sa-pa-nu Antagal D 238f.; sa-pa-nu A tR = sa-p[a-nu], MIN (= Ji-[x]) IV/4:108 and 111; ta-ab TAB = sa-pa-[nu] Idu II 166; TAB = sd-pa-nu MSL 9 133:463 (Proto-Aa); tab.ba = sa-pa-nu Erimhus V 95; [ta-ab] [TAB] = sa-pa-nu a-bu-b[i] A 11/2 Section D-E 6; [suud] SUD = sa-pa-nu CT 12 30 BM 38179:8 (text similar to Idu); [ku-uS] su = sa-pa-nu A II/7 iv 23a'; GI = sa-pa-[nu(?)] CT 12 29 BM 38266 iii 25 (text similar to Idu). ki.a a.ba mu.un.si : erseti mannu is-pu-un (who destroyed the heavens?) who leveled the earth? BA 5 683 No. 36:15f.; kaskal.umbin.na i bi.ki6 fi bi.si : ina harraniiprikma is-pu-un (the storm) blocked the road and leveled (it) SBH p. 27 No. 12:24f.; [il.ma.ta kur.ra bi.in.si: ina irnittikama-tim tas-pu-un (see irnittulex. section) 4R 24 No. 3:22f.; ka.nag.ga [i]m.da.e.si [...] : matam [ta]-as-pu-un KAR 375 ii 48 f.; dBIL. GI lrf.erim si.si.am : dMIN sa-pi-in ajdbi 4R 21 No. lB r. 17 (bit mesiri); ki.bal.a si.si.ga.e. de lfi.erim sub.sub.bu.de : ana mat nukurtisapa-ni ajdbi lumquti 4R 18 No. 3 i 35f.; kur. kur.ra t6§.bi bi.ib.si.si.ge : ad ilteniga-sap3 pan I level mountains everywhere Delitzsch AL 136 r. 5f., dupl. SBH p. 99 No. 53 r. 52f.; uru a.dam.bi ... hul si.si.ga.me : alu nammass^

§d

ui-r[u]

1. to level, to devastate, to destroy, to

§d

smooth - a) to level, devastate, destroy lands, cities, populations - 1' by flood, or compared to the deluge: abubu mehU
i-sap-pan mata (see meh' usage a) Gilg. XI 128; [sehra u] rabd abubanigtas-pu-un [...] tas-pu-na tillanig tutir you .. . leveled young and old like a flood, you leveled [. . .] and turned it into a ruin heap BA 5 386:19 and 21; kullat zd'irija abubi, tas-pu-nu-ma Borger Esarh. 16:17 and dupl. AfO 24 117 A ii 16; the king §a tibulu abubu sa-pin mat ndkire AKA 257 i 7 (Asn.); GN ... abubis as-pu-un durgu u lubassu assuhma I laid Sidon flat as would a

flood, I tore out its wall and its very site
Borger Esarh. 48 ii 69; alu . . . ikcudu ispu-nu abibig Streck Asb. 164:74, also Iraq 7 101 B 16 (Asb.), mat Hatte ana pdt gimrida kima til abibe dS-pu-un WO 2 410 ii3,also WO 1 462 ii 1 and 472:36, BA 6/1 145:40 (all Shalm. III), cf. (with abibil) VAS 1 71 ii 52 (Sar.),

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OIP 2 72:47 (Senn.), cf. also Streck Asb. 56 vi 100;

sapanu CT 37 Marduk angry, I will rouse him from his seat, I will destroy mankind ibid. I 123, cf. libbi dgugma niSe a-sa(var. -sap)-pan ibid. V 7; alani a-sap-pan-ma ana name aSak[kan] I will level the cities and make them wasteland ibid. IIc 25, ta-sap-pan (in broken context, parallel tuhallaq) AfO (Marduk) sa-pi-nu mat 27 80 K.9986:4; ajdbi RAcc. 134:233; sa-pin mat nukurtu (name of a lion statue) RA 27 19:23 (Til Barsip); AISur . . . sa-pi-in gimir ndkiri Iraq 7 114 B 15 (Senn.); Annunitu. .. sa-pina-at nakru VAB 4 228 iii 24 and 35 (Nbn.); ilu sibitti . . . sa-pi-nu ndkirija Borger Esarh. 96:10; Marduk ... sa-pi-in ndkirija Streck
Asb. 148 x 36, dupl. Thompson Esarh. pl. 14 i 44;

[...] irhisma abibaniS is-pu-un

23:12, see Borger Esarh. 32, cf. Iraq 24 94:18

(Shalm. III); Cyrus heard that mat Elamti kalalu abubdniS as-pu-nu AfO 7 3:10 (Asb.); ersessu ina me as-pu-un ikin uSWe'u uhalliqma I leveled its (Babylon's) territory with water and destroyed even its
foundations OIP 2 84:52 (Senn.), cf. A.ME9 i-sap-pa-nu-Su CT 41 32:3 (Alu Comm.); 8a

kullat la magiriSu kima hasbatti udaqqiqu abubig is-pu-nu-ma zaqiqi' imnd 2R 67:2, dupl. Iraq 26 120:2 (Tigl. III); §a kullat za'iriSu ineruma iS-pu-na abubaniS (for translat. and parallels see abubdniS mng. 1a) WO 1 456:27 (Shalm. III); RN ... Lt Kaldu u Lt Arame adi ummdnat Elamti risiSu abubi, aS-pu-un OIP 2 85:7 (Senn.); kima girri ahammat kima abube a-sa-pan KAH 2 84:18 aapliS imnu u Sumelu (Adn. II); eli u abubaniS is-pu-un like a flood he wreaked destruction high and low, right and left VAB 4 272 ii 10 (Nbn.); alani ubbutu tillanu sa-ap-nu the cities are destroyed, the tells leveled JCS 11 85 iv 15, cf. aldni tildni u parakki is-pu-un ibid. 6 (OB Cuthean sa-ap-na-at matum Sushurat Legend), kaluSa the land was leveled, it all was forced to take flight ibid. 13. by other instruments: 2' tdhazija sirtu sa-pi-na-atzd'iri my superb battle chariot, overwhelming the foes OIP

2 lahmu . .. sa-pi-in ajabija VAB 4 222 ii 16 (Nbn.); dSa-pi-in ajdbi = dEN.URU.[MU dc URU . . .] CT 25 14:22 (list of gods); Marduk Sarpanitu... [ndki]reja li-is-pu-un Streck
Asb. 302 iv 23, cf. VAB 4 78 iii 40 (Nbk.), 224 ii 38 (Nbn.).

b' said of kings: (Hammurapi) sd-piin mat zd'iri LIH 60 iv 9; sa-pi-in-nu

KUR DtT.[A.BI] MVAG 21 94:24 (Kedorlaomer text); sa-pan mat ndkiriSu (in broken context) Winckler AOF 2 3 83-1-8,215:4 (Tigl. III); sa-pi-in 1aani KAH 2 84:16 (Adn. II); saSpi-in GN Weidner Tn. 13 No. 6:10, 23 No. 14:13, narkabat also Lyon Sar. 5:29 and 14:21, RA 27 16:10 (Til

Barsip); kdid Sidunni . . . sa-pi-nu gimir dadmeu Borger Esarh. 49 B i 11; nag Sa 2 44 v 70, also AfO 20 92:63, cf. narkabat GN akud alanidu as-pu-un I conquered tdhazija sa-pi-na-at raggi u seni OIP 2 46 the region of GN and devastated its cities vi 8; idtu ... niSeu ina kakki as-pu-nu Streck Asb. 102 iii 64; 0 Ninkarrak sa-paOIP 2 137:37 (all Senn.); kima §a§§ugi sa-pinim mat ajdbijaina maharMarduk ... qibi in mat ajabi Lambert BWL 165:18 (fable). sattakka VAB 4 78 iii 49 (Nbk.); [. . .] seri a' said of gods: igug= Akkadi sa-pa-nu to level the plain of 3' other occs. ma .. . Marduk ana sa-pan mati hulluqu Akkad JCS 11 85 iii 20 (OB Cuthean Legend); nieSa iktapud lemuttu Borger Esarh. 13 Ep. RN. . . sa-pi-nu gimir altuti AKA 47 ii 87 (Tigl. I), cf. sa-pi-nu qabal targzgi AKA 52 5a:35, cf. ibid. Ep. 5b:10, also Cagni Erra I 103, 14, V 40; DN tibima ina sa-pan mati ki iii 33, sa-pi-nu nakritiSu Borger Esarh. 8 IIb § 5:1, sa-pi-nu zd'irz K.9580:1 (hist.?), nda namrat kabtatka u had libbuk rise up, you are when devas- pilu ndqiru sa-pi-nu dd[ilu] Bauer Asb. 2 Erra, how happy tating the land Cagni Erra I 13; rubd 77:23; [Sa] ... i-sa-pa-nuger&Su AfO 6 80 i 3 Marduk uSaggagma ina lubtilu adekkima (AMSur-bel-kala); mat Elamti . .. TA qaqqiri i-sap-pan he will level Elam to the ground niSe a-sa-ap-pan I will make prince 159

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sapanu
ABL 1280 r. 1 (NA);

sapanu
ana sa-pan mat ajdbi hulliq naphar mat ajabi

TCL 3 23 (Sar.);

su-pu-un kullassun (0 DN) destroy the entire land of the enemy, level them all
VAB 4 78 iii 40 (Nbk.); sitti nile baltissun ina dALAD dLAMA Sa RN ... ina libbi is-

(fable); Sam-ru kakkka as-sa-pan-ka your weapons are fierce, (yet) I have destroyed(?) you (in broken context)
K.10333:3 (SB inc., coll. W. G. Lambert); En. el. IV 54. Sa-

pa-na lamdu they are trained to destroy

pu-nu ... nile Sdtunu ina libbi as-pu-un the rest of those men, those (still) alive, I destroyed with (the help of?) the protective genii with which they had

2. to sow linseed, to sow (a field) with linseed: [au]u sa-pan eqli . . . ina eq[li §udti] E.GIS.1 li-is-pu-un ki is-s[ap-nu . .] (query) concerning sowing a field, destroyed Sennacherib Streck Asb. 38 iv 71 should he sow linseed in that field, and and 73, see Parpola, CRRA 26 175. when he has sown it (will he obtain a rich the Cimmerians it= yield)? 79-7-8,84 ii 10 and 14 (SB tamitu, courc' other occs.: bUnimma is-pu-nu gimir mdtigu made an tesy W. G. Lambert); he rented x field ana uprising and leveled his entire land Streck 9E.GI9.1 sd-pa-nim u erei to sow linAsb. 22 ii 120; sa-pi-in (var. [sa-pi-na-a]t) seed and to drill-seed barley YOS 8 173:6 gimir ndkiri (name of a gate of Nineveh) ina GN ina sd(OB); 5 BtRR GAN 9E.GI.1 OIP 2 112:75, dupl. Iraq 7 90:15 (Senn.), var. pa-ni-im gamer ... 10 BtR eqlam as-sdfrom STT 372:2. pa-ma-an five bur of linseed land is Sthrough with sowing, I would have sown b) to level, destroy buildings, stelas: ten bur of land TCL 17 7:5 and 8, cf. 4 BtiR my father built a palace u RN uhtelliqluma GAN 9E.GIS.1 as-sd-pa-an ibid. 1 r. 27; el-te-pu-un but Suttarna demolished and eq[lam] [a-na(?)1] E.GI§.1 li-is-pu-nu razed it KBo 1 3:4 (Bogh. treaty); §a nareja OECT 3 78:12, also ibid. 15 (all OB letters); A. . .ihappdi i-sa-pa-nu whoever breaks or 9A-la i-sd-pa-nu-ma MDP 23 effaces my stela (i.e., its inscription) AKA

9E

106 viii 64 (Tigl. I);

za-ra-te i-sa-pan he

234:27;

9E.GI§.I

leveled the tents Studies Landsberger 286 r. 9 (MA inc.); Summa . . . tabbatanituhallaqani

ibid. 218:22;

Summa PN 9E.GI.1 i-sd-[pa-an] [. . .] E.GI.1I ludd a-sa-pa-

ta-sa-pan-a-ni (you swear) that you will not destroy, ruin, or deface(?) (this treaty
tablet) Wiseman Treaties 413; Sa . . . zikir garri . . . i-sa-pa-nu ibbatu Streck Asb. 302
iv 26.

c) to smooth: sa-pi-in abni dannutu (Lugalbanda who conquers all mountains and) flattens (?) mighty stones Or. NS 36
126:175 (SB hymn to Gula);

an... E.GI9.1 li-is-pu-nu I will sow the lud'i field with linseed, let them sow linseed PBS 1/2 49:17 and 21; 9 masalld<ti> ina libbi eqli §a ana sa-pa-ni ki i.kunu when they put nine huts in the linseed field for seeding (it) ibid. 47:17, cf. li-is-pu-nu (in broken context) BE 17 65:7 (all MB letters); gama lu idi ... ana muhhi

9E.GIg.I

q[aq-qar(?)] 1 stLA 9E.GI.[1 [. . .] ina

t palliu ana
71

sa-pa-an 1 NA 4 s8-i-im (see sip A) RA

libbi as-pu-nu I swear that I did not sow even one sila of linseed (from what my lord sent me) in the field TCL 9 95:16 (NB let.). 3. to dip(?): you grind seven medications and mix them with sheep's gall passa teppug summa umgu ina me Summa kussu ina tadbati [tal-sa-pan teqqi you make a doll (of it) and dip(?) it, if it is summer, in water, or if it is winter, in vinegar, and daub (his eyes with the liquid) K6cher BAM 22:31, cf. ina z UDU.

163 No. 135 (Mari); uncert.: ruqqu Sa siparrim

§a-am-tu u ana sd-pa-nim qdtum aknat the bronze cauldrons are .... and work has started on the burnishing(?) ARMT 13
17:15.

d) other occs.: andku Salmassunu sapa-a-na[. . .] I (the dog) [know?] (how to) ravage(?) their corpses Lambert BWL 196:14

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NITA [tuballal passa teppug] ina m& kast ta-sa-pan ineu teqqi AMT 9,1 ii 15.

saparru A
sa.par a.ab.ba.kex(KID) la.a: sa-pa-ra §a ana tdmti tarsu a net spread over the sea (from whose interstices no fish can escape) SBH p. 15 No. 7:9, cf. [sa].par a.ab.ba.ke la.a : setu gu: parrurtu // sa-pa-ru sa ana tdmti tarsu 4R 26 No. 2:9f.; sa.par nu.e.a hul.gal.le la.e : sapa-ru la ast sa ana lemni tarsu CT 17 34:13f., dupl. AJSL 35 143:13f.; an.96 sa.par.na an. 9 ba.ni.in.par : ana samf sa-par-d uparrirma he spread his net toward the sky (like a storm he knocked down the birds of the sky) 5R 50 ii 42 f. (bit rimki), see JCS 21 8:67; the evil demon sa. par.ginx(GIM) mu.un.par.ra : §a kima sa-pa-ri §uparruru Iraq 21 56:54f., cf. sa.par.ginx mu. un.ab.gi. e.am: kima sa-pa-ru lamu UET 6 391:13; e.ne.6m.zu sa.par.mah an.ki.ta sa. mu.un.1 : amatka sa-par-ra siru sa ana Sam u ersetitarsat4R 26No. 4:3f.; sa. pr.mah he-pi(i.e., sug).lil.la dur(text 9u).ru.na.men : [sa-pdrlra siri <ia> ina seri zaqiqi §urbusat andku (see zaqiqu mng. 2b) ASKT p. 128 r. 7f., cf. SBH p. 106 No. 56:68f., 70f.; sa.par dagal.la ... f.me.ni. ub : kima sa-pa-ri rapi. ... idima cast (the incantation) like a wide net CT 16 45:147 f.; <[sa].p r.dNisaba.kex he.ni.ib.sar.re.e.de : sa-pa-ru §a dNisaba liksusu may Nisaba's net ensnare him CT 17 34:29f.; [...] x.te.ra a.ab. <ba>.didli nigin.na.bi sa.par h. [mi.ib.la. en] : [... naphar] gadi erseti ta-me-a-ti-ma sa[pa-ra tursi] spread the net over all mountains, lands, and seas BiOr 9 89:7f. (Exaltation of Inanna); gig.sa.par ku 6 mugen.na gun.gur. ru gun h6.na.an.gfr.ru: sa-par-ru nina u issira naS bilti MIN (= biltu liZika) may the net bearing fish and birds as yield bring you (its) yield 4R Add. p. 4 to pl. 18* No. 5:14f.; tulo. tulo.ba mu.lu §u.ti.a : ina sa-pa-rii amelu ileqqd SBH p. 15 No. 7:12 f., see Sjoberg Temple Hymns p. 125. §u-us-kal-lum, sa-pa(var.par)-ru = ge-e-td LTBA 2 1 v 25f. and dupl. 2:233f.

4.

suspunu to cause leveling (by a
OECT 6pl. 2 K.8664:7.

flood): A§ur. . . §a ana mati alar etag gu ... u-us-pu-nu abubig (see abubdnig
mng. Ib)

5.

IV to be leveled: the goddess

wanders alone na.Am urP.ba si.ga. na: agum tallaktiu §a is-sa-pan on ac-

count of her processional way which has pan it was devastated as (by) a flood
BA 10/1 109 No. 27 r. If.,

been leveled BRM 4 9:14; ginx(GIM) du 7 .du 7 .d6 : [k] see agi B lex. section.

[a.MI.a].

age it-tas-

for var. ittakip

Landsberger, ZA 37 67 and 215ff. Ad mng. 2: Kraus, JAOS 88 116.

sapaqu v.; to be sufficient; I isappiq; cf. sapqu.

SB, NA;

ta-sa-pi-iq// tu-dan-na-an,sap-qu // dan-nu Hunger Uruk 50:31f. (med. comm.).

ERfN.ME i88u annaka ana birdti la i-sapi-qu the men from this region are not even sufficient to (protect) the forts (from where could I send him men?) ABL
868 r. 2 (NA).

For Aram. etym. see von Soden, Or. NS 24
145, 37 265; cf. also Heb. ipq.

saparig
parru A.

adv.;

like a net;

SB;

cf. sa

a . . . ana la bel ill Evil demons ikattamu sa-pa-riS who cover the godless as with a net STT 215 v 54 and dupl. (courtesy I. L. Finkel).

a) used for catching animals: armu ina sa-pa-ri-ka [.. .] (see armu A s.) Craig ABRT 1 31 r. 3; see also 4R Add. p. 4 to pl. 18* No. 5, in lex. section. b) used for ensnaring enemies - 1' in gen.: ipusma sa-pa-ra,ulmi qerbidTidmat

See also saparru A usage b. saparru A (sapdru, Saparru) s.;
cf. sapdri.

net,

throw-net; OB, SB, NB; Sum. lw.; wr.
syll. and SA.PAR 4 (KISAL);
[gi§.sa.pA]r = [s]a-par-ru (in list of nets) Hh. VI 189; gis.sa.par = sa-pa-ru = e-e-tum Hg. II 26, in MSL 6 78; i-r[u] tR = sa-pa-rum A IV/4: 122; [pa-ar] [KISAL] = [ d SA.KISAL s8]par-ri Ea III 238.

he made a net, to enfold Tiamat in it
En. el. IV 41, cf. ulparrirmabelu sa-pa-ra§u uSalmeSi ibid. 95; sa-pa-ra-Su kaliS

ugte si

he threw out his net to its full

extent ibid. V 64, cf. VI 83; sa-par(var. -par ) -8d Suparruru ana ajdbzi unullu (see 5 ndlu mng. 4b) AAA 20 pi. 90:9 (Asb.), cf.

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saparru A sa-pa-ru-ka(in broken context) KAR 337:7 (hymn to Marduk); ina sa(var. a) -par-ri-ia ajumma ul usi napardudumma ul ipparsid Borger Esarh. 58 v 18; rub2 ina sa-pdr [. .. ] CT 31 26 r. 6 (SB ext.); sa-par (var. [ti]bit) il rabiti beleja 8a la naparrudi ishupsu:
§umma

saparru B
MUL Dil-bat ina napdhisa sa-par dTI[R.AN.NA] NIGfN // ina napdhi a dTIR. AN.[NA.. .]-rat if, when Venus rises, the

"net of the rainbow" surrounds (it),
(comm.) when it rises, the rainbow ....
ACh Supp. 2 50 ii 16, cf. sa-pdr dTIR.AN.NA NIGfN ACh Igtar 36:6, also K.13849:7.

nuti the net (var. onslaught) of the great gods, my lords, not to be escaped, ensnared them Streck Asb. 36 iv 61; GN kima

See also Sapargallu.
In AfO 14 142:48 (coll. R. Borger) read §a-sati ... ittika a-su-d you are called, with you are called (all the gods).

sa-pa-ri ashup 2R 67:13, see Rost Tigl. III
p. 56:13, also p. 8:37, 1R 30 ii 6 (8amgi-Adad V); usurtu 'a ina pan erdi issiru sa-par-ri §i

mimma lemnu isahhapu the drawing that
he makes in front of(?) the bed is a net, it ensnares all evil ZA 6 242 Sp. 131:18 (NB cultic comm.), cf. tu 6 nu.mu.un.du. ra sa.par gig.hur [...] : ipat la paddri esirka ana sa-par-ri-ka e ta-x-[x] I de-

saparru B s. fem.;
GIS.KAK+QA(.LA).

(a chariot or cart);

§u

Mari, MB, Nuzi, MA, SB, NA, NB; Sum. lw.(?); wr. syll. and GIS.KAK+LIS(.LA),
gig.mar = eriqqu, gig.mar.tur = sa-par(var. [pd]r)-ru, gi .mar.gid.da = eriqqu Hh. V 71ff.; gi§.KAK+LIJ.la = sa-pdr-ru (var. gig.KAK+QA.LA = sa-par-ru) Hh. V 59; gig.gu.za.gi. [gigir] = [ku-us-su]-d nar-kab-tum chariot seat, gig.gu. za.gi ~.KAK+SI-guna. [1] = [MIN] sa-par-rum Hh. IV 86f., see MSL 9 169f.; for Sum. terms for the pole (za.ra), pole-pin (kak.za.ra), and wheel (umbin) of a s. see LTBA 1 79 iv 4-7, cited MSL 6 10; 6e.x(bar expected).e 1 1 .d6 = MIN (ebel or mulIf) sa-par -ri (preceded by ebel eriqqi 4 line 19') Hh. XXII Section 11:22'; [. . .] = [sa]par-ru (in group with narkabtu, eriqqu, and [kana] gurru) Antagal B 11. GI9.KAK.SI.[LA / GI9.KAK] Sukurri / sI / a-gallum // LA // rakdsu Hunger Uruk 27 r. 26 (comm. to Labat TDP 4:41, see usage b).

signed a spell for you that cannot be
undone, do not.... to the net (spread) for you STT 168:15f.and dupl. 171:15f.; sahpanni kima yeti kutt[umanni kIma sa]-pa-ri (sickness) overwhelms me like a net, it covers me like a throw-net BMS 12:50, see Iraq 31 87; the cohorts of Tiamat sa-pa-riS nadzma kamdri ulbu (see kamdru A s.)
En. el. IV 112.

2' as epithet: the temple SA.PAR 4 (var. sa-pa-ar) nakiri CH ii 68, var. from RA 45 73
ii24;

Nisaba

sa-par Anunnaki

RA 16

67:3, dupl. Loretz-Mayer Su-ila No. 83, etc., see Ebeling Handerhebung 142; dNin-urta sa-pdr ili Craig AAT 90 K.2892:15 and 16 (comm.).

c)

in ritual use:

uteir SA.PAR

4

ana

a) in econ.: five men [i]S kd-ur sdpd-ri(!) for the repair(?) of s.-s ARM 19 64:3; naphar annd Sa ana GI .KAK+QA ina

I properly arranged a net to serve as dwelling place for the divine judges BBR No. 97 r. 2,
§ubat DINGIR.ME 9dDI.KUD.MES cf. No. 75-78:34 and r. 47, No. 83 iii 13 and 23,

isihtia all this (material) which is for the s., from the working material assigned for
it (the carpenter received) TCL 9 50:22 (MB), cf. (one piece of wood) ana ildi GIS(!).KAK+QA ibid. 15, gift of 1 GIS. KAK+QA [al-na isihtila PBS 13 72:3 (MB);
[1 (GI9.)KAK]+QA (bought from a carpen-

No. 88:14, cf. ina SamaI napahi sa-pdr-ru ta-x-[x] you [.. .] a net at sunrise AfO
12 142 ii 5.

d) netting for a bed: 1 MA.NA UD.KA. BAR gamru unqdtu u daldtu §a erdi 8a sa-pa-ri (see erdu mng. la-5') Nbn. 206:3.

ter, with parts including kussi harrani, crosspiece, and three axles) TuM NF 5
38:1, see Petschow MB Rechtsurkunden No. 5; a

e) sapar dTIR.AN.NA a meteorological phenomenon, lit. "net of the rainbow":

sheep to be sacrificed ana pani sd-pa-arri §a RN before RN's chariot AfO 24 89:27
(MB Elam); 22 GI§.PA.ME§ 8a ma-ta-hi 8a

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saparu GI§.KAK+LIS 22 rods to transport on carts GUN KAJ 310:58 (MA); coefficient for [GI]$.KAK+LI§-ra barley, the load of a s. (followed by hamu, load of an eriqqu) Or. NS 29 280 iii 29; in obscure context: 1-et
GIS.KAK.SI(!).LA ABL 511:13 (NB); isten=

saphu

SE

gum-ukin); un sag.dug 4 .ga.bi gu.ba nam. mu.un.ne.en.gar.ra : a ... [nilidunu sapha=
tim] upahhiruma RA 63 42 ii 22 (Samsuiluna);

-ag.bi mu.bar.ra an.da.ab.l

: sd-ap-hu-us-

su barbaruultaqallil (see barbarulex. section) 4R 28* No. 4:65f. and dupl. SBH p. 122 No. 70:9f.

nutu GI sd-WA-ar-ru sa magarraisu one s. which has a wheel Lacheman AV 389 cf. istennitu sd-WA-ar-ru sa No. 9:12, magarrala isu ibid. 14 (Nuzi). b) in omens and lit.: ina GIS sa-par. ME Sis dannutu u asmid he hitched t strong horses to the chariot CT 46 45 v 1, see Lambert, Iraq 27 7; awilum ?i kima GIS sd-pa-ar-ri-im§ubburtim ina bitifu ul ussi that man, like a broken wagon, does not leave his house ARM 2 130:4; Summa GIS.KAK+LI.LA na i if he is carrying a s. (preceded by eriqqu) Dream-book 329 r. ii 3; 'umma GIS.KAK+QA.LA IGI if he (the exorcist on his way to the patient) sees a s. (between narkabtu and sumbu) Labat TDP 4:41, for comm., see lex. section;
GIS.KAK.LIS.LA Lambert Love Lyrics 120 B 12;

a) qualifying people, family: mupahhir nisi sa 6 (var. sd)-ap-ha-tim 8a GN he who has brought together the scattered people of Isin CH ii 50, wr. sa-ap-ha-ti RA 45 73 ii 16, also niSiSunu sa 6-ap-ha-tim LIH 95:33 (Hammurapi); mupahhir niSesu sa-apha-a-ti andkuma BiOr 21 147 Ep. 38:45 (Esarh.), cf. mupahhir KUR Mannajasa-aphi Lyon Sar. 5:31, [mupah]hiratba'u[ldti] a
BIR.ME§ Borger Einleitung 103:8 (Aggur-reisi I); KUR Mannajasap-hu ana asrisuturri

to reestablish the scattered Manneans TCL 3 57 (Sar.), cf. nisdsu sa-ap-ha-a-ti upahhirammauter asrussin VAB 4 174 ix 31 (Nbk.), also sa . . nii dadmeBIR.ME upah= hiru utirru asrussin VAS 1 37 ii 29 (MerodachbaladanII kudurru), cf. Borger Esarh. 81:43, [...] Uruk BIR.MES LKU 46:1, see Borger, AfO 18

uncert.: sa-ba-ri iShita (in broken context) CT 46 49 vi 6.

c) other occs.: dannuti ina kuss& §a: sihruti ina libbi niuti ina GI§ sa-par-rral-ti kidini the men of high rank (travel) in sedan chairs, those of second rank in wagons, the low in rank on mules (but I
on foot) ABL 1285 r. 19, see Parpola, OLZ
1979 34, cf. PN L(.SAG ina GI§ sa-par-ri8 [. . .] CT 54 524:19 (NB). Salonen Landfahrzeuge 61 f.

117; [. . .] nisi sa-pi-ih-ti tustesseri you (Ibtar) lead aright the peoples' scattered [. . .] BMS 32:11; ina balika ul uptahhara nisu sap(var. sa-ap)-ha-ti without you (Sin) the scattered people will not be gathered
beschworungen 497:41;

STT 58:28, var. from STT 57:60, see Mayer GebetsaSu nisi mat Akkadi

sap-ha-a-tiisakkanu temu he gave orders to him (Ilum) concerning the scattered
people of Akkad Cagni Erra V 24; ezibma ummanateSu KAXBAR-i BIR.ME§ he

abandoned his troops, his scattered contingent(?) RA 27 18:17 (Til Barsip); ERfN BIR ipahhur ACh Supp. 2 70:29; sa-pi-ih-tu

saparu see saparruA. sapdinnu see saptinnu. saphu (fem. sapihtu) adj.; scattered; from OB on; wr. syll. and BIR; cf. sapdhu.
sag = sa-a[p-hu(?)] CT 11 28 K.8387 r. 6 (comm.?). un bir.bir.ra a.ba.ab du 7 .du7 : anapuhhur nilI sap-ha-a-ti to collect the scattered peoples (of Sumer and Akkad) 5R 62 No. 2:39 (Samas-

illati liphur let my scattered clan gather again STC 2 pl. 82:89, cf. kimtaSu sd-piih-ta upahharma Labat Suse 8 r. 33f.; [nam]u-t BIR.ME ipahhuru the scattered outlying areas will come together Leichty Izbu II 56; sap-ha-a-ta (for sapihta) KUR ibal (a king) will rule the scattered country JAOS 95 371 r. 1 (prophecies), cf. KUR BIR Upahhar BiOr 28 10 iv 21 (prophecies);

KUR BIR-tum u§8ab a scattered land will
be reinhabited Labat Calendrier § 85:5.

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saphu

sapinu also must be read MA. In x GIN BIR-ti buqli x GfN BIR-ti kibdta UET 4 146:4f.
and parallel 147:12f. (NB lists of materia medica),

b) flocks: U 8 .UDU.HI.A BIR.ME9 NIGIN. ME -ma the scattered flock will gather
again CT 20 5 K.3546:20 (SB ext.), cf. bu-ul
BIR.ME LKU 46:2.

c) trees: 1 GUR 9E.NUMUN [mere]Su u tapti2 a gigimmaru sap-hu-tu ina libbi

neither the use of a logogram BIR, nor the reading pirti "awn," suggested sub kibtu,
seems to fit. saphitu see saphu.

izzizzu a field of one gur, (consisting of)
land under cultivation and land being

opened for cultivation, in which stand scattered date palms Camb. 286:2.
d) other occs.:
SIM.GIG

sapimatu s.; (a garment?); NB.*
x blue wool §a TlJG.HI.A ana [x] gihal-la-sa(text -a)-tum [(?)] sa-pi-ma-atum anaPN L.TJG.KAL.KAL SUM-in CT55 864:8.

1 stLA .DTG.GA 10 sa-pi-ih-tum 4 MA.NA 9IM.HI.A

CBS 3235:4, also ibid. 8 (MB, courtesy R. D. Biggs).

e) without referent: sd-ap-hu-ut awilim ipahhu[ru] the man's scattered (relatives?) will come together again YOS 10 14:15 (OB ext.); 8a sa-ap-hi tupahhara ga= niunu (var. kininu) you (Sin) bring

sapinatu (sapinnatu,§appinatu) s.; ship; NA, NB; Aram. lw. ina qablitu ID marrat... aa GN gadc ina GIg sa-pi-na-a-td issabat with boats

together again the family (var. hearth) of him whose (family?) is scattered STT
57:70, dupls. 58:37,59:14, BMS 6:53 (SB prayer);
BIR.ME upahhara BiOr 28 10 iv 5 (SB prophcf. sa-a[p-hu-tum ipahhura] nas: ecies), hitu KI.MIN JCS 18 16:8 (= Iraq 29 120);

.he captured Pitusu, a mountain which is in the middle of the lagoon Wiseman
Chron. 74:22; PN Gimirra' 8a muhhi sa-pi-

in-na-a-ta (flour given to) PN, the Cimmerian ship captain VAS 20 49 r. 11; PN Lfr.EN.NUN ] sa-pi(text -pa)-na-a-ti PN,

mupahhir BIR.ME he who brings together the scattered (people) VAS 1 37 i 33, also
Iraq 15 123:15 (both Merodachbaladan II); note

guard of the boathouse (corr. to Aram.
bet sepinata, see Eph'al, Or. NS 47 78 n. 12, with Or. NS 50 193) Me1. Dussaud 2 930 C i 19, cf. sa-pi-na-td ibid. D 18 (pl. 5); 300 GIg sa-pi-na-tum (beside elippu line 22) YOS 3 74:10 (all NB); 1 GIg sa(or §a, text i)-pinu-td 3 ANgE ku-din 3 L1J.ERIN.ME is8

the personal name Sd-ap-hu-li-ip-hur May-He-Who-Has-Been-Scattered-ComeTogether-Again BE 6/1 28:13, also YOS 14 217:9, Szlechter Tablettes p. 46 MAH 16.159:13, p. 107 MAH 16.651:14 (all OB); [sa]-ap-hu

i

(in fragm. context)

Lambert BWL 72:36

sidunu one ship (?), three mules, and three retainers are with them (the officials from
Que) Iraq 20 187 No. 40:6; x wool ana §d-

(Theodicy); uncert.: x-upirsu... AA = ndqu xth section of (the series) & BIR.ME§ MSL 14 A = ndqu, divided in sections(?)

ap-pi-na-te ADD 953 ii 14, see Postgate Taxation 325 (both NA).
Salonen Wasserfahrzeuge 8, 19; von Soden, Or. NS 46 194.

147f., cf. possibly mar bdr ulurtu ilak:
kan [. . .]-tum BAR.ME-ma BIR.ME iqb Boissier DA 46:20 (SB ext.). kima

In the homogeneous group of ration lists for MB gatekeepers, the designation
Kall2 GAL.ME served in not unlike is followed by KI.MIN and in several

sapinnatu see sapinatu. stone used for flattening, sapinu s.; SB; wr. NA4.T.NIG.St.SOt; cf. smoothing; sapanu.
[na 4].. nig. s . sf = (gammu) [s]a-pi-nu (pre= ga-mu pa-la-li) ceded by na 4 . d.nig. bru.bfru Hh. XVI RS Recension 328, in MSL 10 49.

(= Kali2) MA (the sign is (partially) prePBS 2/2 56:5,
BIR in

unpublished texts), hence the sign that is
TuM NF 5 11:5 and 12:5

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saplaginu
NA4.0.NfG.St.St iv 31, also 430 iii 26, Kocher BAM 431 iii 30, var. NA 4 .j.NfG.BOR.

sappartu URUDU (beside agannu, kappu, etc.) Iraq
23 44 ND 2691:5, cf. ibid. 20 ND 2311:17, Iraq 32 152:5; 1 sa-ap-lu hurdsi Iraq 23 33 ND 2490+ :5 (all NA).

BOR = palliuu ibid. 430 iv 36.

For the mng., cf. sapanu mng. Ic.
In the unpub. syn. list (= An VIII 80) read za-wa-nu = lemnu, see zdmdnu lex. section.

b) uses: sa-ap-lu amni tabi a bowl of fragrant oil (used in rit.) ZA 45 42:3 (NA); they decant the mixture ana lib[be] s[aap] -li S[a]n Ebeling Parfiimrez. p. 37 KAR 222 r. left col. 13 (MA); DUG sap-li E.GESTIN.MES

saplaginu see sapalginu. saplighu s.; (mng. unkn.); MA; Hurr.(?) word.
[x UD]U takmisu 3 kalli GI9.9E §a sa-

ussebila§§u I sent him bowls from the wine

storehouse (but he refuses to accept them)
Iraq 15 152 ND 3471:3, cf. ibid. 13 (NA).
In Gilg. XI 158 read Sap-li-d-nu, see asu A usage b-3'.

ap-lil-hi (followed by amounts of GI9.SE
'a agarimuri, Sa ukulte, 'a ka-zA-d6-e, §a su'i) x .... sheep, three bowls of barley(?) for s. VAT 10550 i 19, also iv 19 (MA list of offerings, courtesy F. Kocher), also VAS 19 29:7.

9E

saplu (underneath) see Japlu.

sapnu s.; (part of the lion's body); SB.*
§umma izbu sa-ap-ni neii Sakin if a newborn malformed animal has a lion's
Leichty Izbu XIII 1, also XII colophon 1; KI.TA [. .. ] ibid. XIII 2, cf. 3f. S.

saplu (sapalu) s.; (a bowl); EA, RS, MB

Alalakh, MA, SB, NA, NB.
sa-pa-luUD.KA.BAR (among bronze cups) Practical Vocabulary Assur 441.

gumma izbu sa-pa-su AN.TA
von Soden, Or. NS 27 257 f.

a) in gen.: 10 sd-ap-lu UD.KA.BAR EA 22 iv 21; igten sd-ap-lu UD.KA.BAR

5 meat Iuqultagu one bronze bowl weighing five hundred (shekels) MRS 12 49:12, cf. 1 sa-ap-lu 3 M[E guqultalu] ibid. 168:8;
1 sd-ap-lu UD.KA.BAR 2 meat SuqultaSu MRS 6 81 RS 16.239:24, cf. ibid. 185 RS 16.146:27; sd-ap-lu UD.KA.BAR.ME 9 EN UD.KA.
BAR.ME9 DAL UD.KA.BAR.ME9 Syria 18 246 RS 8.145:9; [1] sd-ap-lu URUDU GAL MRS 6 156 RS 16.253 r. 9; 2 sd-ap-lu 700 ME.TA.AM UD.KA.BAR JCS 8 29 No. 407:4

sappahu s.; squanderer (occ. as personal name only); MB*; cf. sapdhu. Sa-ap-pa-hi BE 15 190 iv 10.
sappandu s.; (an aromatic plant); lex.*
gig.sim.e.ha.ra = sap-pa-an-du Hh. II 122.

sappartu s.; tip of an animal's horn; SB.
a
= MIN

= qar-nu, AaS te ITA 4 = sa-par-tum,BtJRdu'dUBJR

(MB Alalakh);

[x] sd-pd-lum siparri 3 sd-

pa-lum ere Wiseman Alalakh 430:6 (MB); 3 sdpd-al-la 'a [...] (among household implements) ibid. 435:4; sa-ap-li agannate

§a siparri (received as booty)
r. 40, also 342 ii 122;

AKA 238

qar-nu Antagal F 176ff.; si = qarnu = (Hitt.) sI-ar, si = §a-bar-du = (Hitt.) si-as al-pu-i-mar tip of the horn Izi Bogh. A 184f. geg 9 seg 9 .bar.ra.kur.ra kug.munsub bi. in.dab.ba : atuda sappdr gadi (var. omits §adi) -nu issabat (see sapparu) sap(var. sa-ap) -par-ta-M 5R 50 ii 48f., dupl. STT 147:17, see JCS 21 8:70.

diqar siparri sa-ap-li siparri namziate siparri AKA 318 ii 67, cf. 317 ii 64, 329 ii 92 var., 228 r. 7 (all Asn.), sap-lu hurdsi (as booty) WO 2 140 B (Shalm. III); 1 sa-ap-lu KAJ 303:5 (MA); 5 sa-ap-lu qallitu ADD 964:7 and 8; 2 sa-ap-[li]

gumma izbu sap-par-ti qaran imittigu

asdt if the tip of the malformed animal's
right horn protrudes, with comm. sipru = qarni Izbu Comm. 351; sap-pdr-tiqaranajali sap-pdr-ti qaran UDU.MAS tip of stag's horn, tip of goat's(?) horn (used in med.)

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sapparu Kicher BAM 237 iii 6; KA sa-pdr-ti qaran

sappu B

alpi [...]

the point(?) of the tip of an

sappihutu (sappiritu) s.; (mng. unkn.); lex.*
u.si.gi4.a = sa-pi-hu-tu (var. su.su.ga.am = sa-ap-pi-ri-[tu]) (in group with nadruru, nadar= ruru, nazarbubu) Erimhus IV 45.

ox's horn AMT 33,1:16.

For Hitt. alpu- see Otten, ZA 66 100.
sapparu (Sapparu, sabbdru) s.; (a bovid);

OB, MA, SB; Sum. lw.
seg 9 .bar (var. §eg 8 ) = sap-pa-ri (var. za.bar sa-ba-ru) Hh. XIV 144; §eg 9 = a-tu-[du] = [iahu-u], eg 9 . bar = [sap-pa-ru] = [MIN] Hg. A II 250f., in MSL 8/2 44; [sa-bar] [AEG 9] = sap-parum A 1/8:248, restored from Ea I 371; ku§. Seg 9 .bar = MIN (= [ma-Sak]) sap-pa-ri Hh. XI 31. seg 9 seg 9 .bar.ra(var. omits .ra).kur.ra kug.munsdb bi.in.dab.ba : atidasap-par(var. sap-pa-ri) sadi (var. omits fadi) sappartafunuissa bat he seized the wild ram, the mountain ram by their fleece (Sum., Akk. by the tips of their horns) 5R 50 ii 48f., dupl. STT 147:17 (bit rimki), see JCS 21 8:70; 9eg 9 eg 9 .bar.ra im.ra: atudusappa-ru imhasma (see atudu lex. section) CT 17 26:42f., cf. [Ieg 9 seg 9].bar mi.ni.in.lu.ug : atudu sap-pa-ri iz-za-az-zu(text -ru)-di (see atddu usage b) CT 13 37:30; seg 9(var. adds .bar) ki.
=

sappiritu see sappihtu. sappu A s.; (a metal object or container);

OA, OB(?), MB.
za-bar UD.KA.BAR = siparru, qu, sa-ap-pu, kakku A III/3:193ff., also, wr. sap-pu Diri I 126. [eb]-bu, [el]-lu, [nam]-rum, [q]u-d, [sa]p-pu, [mu] -d-lum = si-par-rum An VII 47 ff.: GuV'u- = sap-pu(probably comm. on I.SUMUN a sA GU Kocher BAM 311:65) CT 41 43 BM 54595:5; x-x-mu = sap-pu MalkuII 218.

thr.ta

nam.ta.ex(DU6+DU).de : itti (var. igtu)

sap-pa-ri ana tarbasu urda (the di'u disease) has gone down to the fold with the s. (translat. of Akk.) CT 17 12:8. huziru, sa-ap-pa-rum, atudu, burmdmu = §d-hu-u Malku V 45ff., in MSL 8/2 74, cf. sa-ap-pdrru = §d-hu- Uruanna III 542.

a) in OA: 10 GfN ... 1 sd-pi-[im] allani1 sd-pi-im burd[Sim] 1 sd-pi-im dami [erenim] ten shekels for one s. of acorns, one s. of juniper (resin), one s. of cedar resin HSS 10 224 r. 20ff.; 15 sd-pu Sa musd-r[i] ICK 2 344:14, cf. ibid. 6; 10 sd-pusa-ah-ti-tum 17 sd-pusa mu-sd-ri
Kiiltepe c/k 1517:4f., cf. h/k 87:10, 13, and 18, 1 sapiltum Sa sd-pe-e ibid. 4, cited Balkan, OLZ 1965 160.

sa-ap-pa-ri diddni erl ibarramma the eagle hunts wild sheep (and) aurochs (for var. da-ru-bed(?)-da-ni 8a seri see da= rubu) Bab. 12 pl. 1:24 (SB Etana); rima gdap-pa-ra seru ibarramma (see ba'dru usage c) Bab. 12 pl. 13:8 (OB Etana, from
Elam),

b)

in OB(?), MB:

KI.LA 1 sa-ap-pi u PN

I GIN rehit KtT.GI Sa sa-ap-pi ana zi-ba-a-ti PN2 mahir (see
*zibu E) BE 14 121:2 and 5, cf. (gold) ana sa-ap-pi ibid. 122:8 (both MB); uncert.: 10 sa-pa-ni [. . .] MCT 140 X 5 (OB math.).

10i GfN Kt.GI SA5

cf. sabdti ajali sap-pa-ru (see sirrimu usage c) K.2556 r. iii 16 (tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert).

Possibly variant of Sappu, since (DUG.)

SAB is equated with both sappu and Sappu
in Diri V 70f. For the logographic writings DUG.CAB and the syllabic writings with

For

9EG 9 .BAR

in Bogh. see

Giiterbock

Siegel 2 p. 17f. In Cyr. 81:3, 7, Nbn. 847:8 read fapdru.

the sab/ ab sign see Sappu.
For Al.T (Wiseman Alalakh) 430:6 see saplu.

sap-par, see

sappu B (or Sappu) s.;
wr. 9A.U4/Ux(GI9GAL) .A.

(a lance);

OB;

sappatu (ajar) see Sappatu. sappihu s.; squanderer; SB*; cf. sapahu.

.. Jumma sap-pi-ih [us]-sap-p[a(?)-ah .] if he is a squanderer, his property (lit. he) will be squandered Kraus Texte 54 i 16
(Sittenkanon), see ZA 43 86, MVAG 40/2 48.

u (URu). s a 4 = sap-pu, ma-ak-da-du Hh. gi 9.. Forea.Ux(GICGAL).sa VII B 304f., cf. gi. runner to Hh. VII, cited MSL 6 135; urudu.sa. Ux(GISGAL). ~a4 = sap-pi, ma-ak-da-du, ha-si-in-ni Hh.XI 386ff., cf. a.ux(uRu). a.zabar (var. su. uk.zabar) OB Forerunner to Hh. XII, in MSL 7 231.

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sappu C
9A.Ux(GIGAL).9A ZABAR UET 5 112ai 14, iii 3, 792:9, wr. 9A.U 4 . A ZABAR ibid. 112b i 14, ii 6, 26, iii 18, 117 r. 9, 793:5, cf. 1 d a.

saptinnu
liadnru ina sa-ap-sa-pi-[Su] raksat (if a malformed animal's) tongue is connected with its lower lip Leichty Izbu XII 94; §umma AN.TA sd-ap-sd-ap imittifu ana li-id nahir imittigu ,akin if (the mole) lies above his
Rm. 286, see AfO 16 262 (SB prodigies);

Ux(uRU).sa k i.babbar

MCs 156:1 (Ur III).

sappu C s.; bristle; SB. sap-pu (var. sap-pu RI) AN9E ... sappu SAL.AN9E (followed by zap-pi AN§E) a bristle from a male donkey, a bristle from a female donkey (used in rit.) 4R 55
No. 1:6, also 4R 58 ii 55 (Lamastu II), var. from VAT 595:11 (courtesy W. Farber).

right s. toward the side of his right nostril
Labat Suse 8:23 (physiogn.).

2. fringe (?) (of a garment): blue-purple
wool ana sa-ap-si-pi lubultu VAS 19 24:11
(MA). Zimmern, ZA 33 21.

sappu D s.; (a wooden object); MB.*
1 KI.MIN (= hipu Sadiigu) sa-ap-pu Su-

du-du (listed with pieces of auiigu wood
for parts of a wagon) TCL 9 50:18 (MB).

saptinnu (or sabdinnu, sabtinnu, sap: dinnu) s.; fleecy cloth(?); OA; foreign word. annakam awdtum alumi TJG.HI sd-dpti-ni u pirikanni e-bi-fi Sapdtim ibbigiama problems have arisen here concerning the

sappu (a bowl) see Sappu. sapqu adj.; strong; SB*; cf. sapdqu.
sap-qu // dan-nu comm.). Hunger Uruk 50:32 (med.

s. textiles and the pirikannu textiles,
woolen blankets (?) VAT 9290:5, cf. ibid. 20, see Veenhof Old Assyrian Trade 126; 49 TJG pirikanni §a KaniS 14 sd-dp-ti-nu 9A.BA

sapsapanu adj.; with protruding lower lip (describing persons and a species of fish); MB; cf. sapsapu.
suhur.tn.bar ku 6 = sap-sa-pa-nu (followed by suhur.sun 4 .1a ku 6 = ziqnanu) Hh. XVIII 7.

4 ti-sd-pu gitta kita'dtum BA-li-lu 49 pirikannu textiles from GN, 14 s.-textiles ki= of which four are . . . ., two are .... ta'dtu quality CCT 5 12a:8, cf. 4 TtjG sd-

a) as personal name: Sa-ap-sa-pa-ni
BE 15 184:11, also ibid. 200 ii 20 (MB).

dp-ti-nu (beside kutdnu, subdt ,a Ak: ked6, abarniu, and iUru) I 776:8', cited
Matoug, Anatolian Studies Giiterbock p. 198; ana

b) as name of a fish: see lex. section.
c) a plant (uncert.): fT sa-ap-s[a(?)Uruanna I 67. pa-nu(?)] : [. . .]

mala PN PN2 urakkisu lu ana kassdruttim lu ana 2 sd-dp-ti-ni ana mala rugummd'e (var. awatiunu) PNPN 2 ie'2 inasmuch as PN made PN2 (his caravan leader) liable

sapsapu s.; 1. lower lip, 2. fringe(?) (of a garment); MA, SB; pl. sapsapdte; wr. syll. and TUN.BAR; cf. sapsapanu.
uzu.tun.bar = sa-ap-sa-pu (var. sap-[sa-pu]) Hh. XV 18; tin-bar KAXSA.BAR = sap-sa-[pu] (preziqnu) Sb I 262a; su-ul ceded by li dnu, §aptu, KAXSA = zi-[iq-nu], sa-[ap-sa-pu], dar-rum UM 29-13-644 ii 9ff., cited JAOS 88 144.

either for service as donkey driver or for two s.-s, they (the judges) will take PN 2 to court with regard to whatever PN has laid claim to (var. with regard to their
dispute)
I 695:4, see ibid. p. 195;

§a sd-dp-ti-ni 2 Sitre

a abarnie

2 ditre TCL 4

19:11, 2 sd-dp-ti-ni damqutim ibid. 17, also KTS 36c:9; 2 T1JG sd-dp-ti-ni KTS 54b:4, cf. 1 TjG sd-ap-ti-num ibid. 8; 5i GfN

1. lower lip: sa-ap-sa-pa-teunakkcisma I cut off (the dead enemies') lips OIP 2 46 ziqna zaqnat u vi 10 (Senn.); a woman TON.BAR kazrat (see kezeru v.) CT 29 48:4 +

Sim sd-dp-t-nim TCL 4 81:6, cf. ICK 1 55:5;

5-

MA.NA URUDU

araretin a-sd-ap-ti-

nim BIN 6 227:10.
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sapu sapu see sabu in sabumma epeu. sapf see sep A. sApu see sdbu.

saqqu
In CT 41 8:83 and 24 iii 18, GIR.GID.DA MUSEN is followed by GIR.LUGJD.DA MUgEN; therefore it seems probable that

the reading of the former Sumerogram is
§ep arik rather than saqdtu.

sapulhu (or sabulhu) s.; (a container or a dish of food); NA.* DUG sa-pu-ul-hi (beside asudu pots
of zamru fruit)
NINDA.ME ADD 1022 r. 6,

saqtu B s.(?); (mng. uncert.); NB.*
ki ultu ina muhhi 1 PI(?) ina qdtedunu kaldu sa-qa-tu §a PN if more than(?) one PI(?) is found in their hands, the s. is
PN's VAS 3 14:12.

cf. [DUG

asudu harle] za-am-ri4 sa-pu-ul-hi [x SiLA

9]

ADD 1003 r. 5, restored from ADD

1010 r. 5, 1018 r. 9, 1024 r. 6, also RA 69 282:29.

sapunu

(or sabunu, sap/lbanu) s.;

(an

implement?); MA.*
U rX] 1 9U sa-pu-nu 1 §U.9I RI-tigu KAJ 310:46.

Possibly a meaning such as "loss" or "responsibility"; the interpretation depends on the reading of the uncertain
signs 1 PI(?) in the preceding line. saqqaja (Saqqaja) s.; sack maker; NB;

EE

saqalu (*Iaqdlu) v.; to carry off; SB; I iSqul.
[...] = sa-qa-lum (in group with pddu) Antagal N iii 4.

cf. saqqu. Barley and silver ina qdt PN Lt saqqa-a AnOr 9 18:6, cf. (food allowance) ina pan Lfj saq-qa-a-a (preceded by kab sarru and kutimmu, followed by at2) YOS
7 16:23, cf. also Nbn. 237:5 and 13, Camb. 96:20, YOS 6 209:19, TuM 2-3 266:12, (as witness) UCP 9 98 No. 35:29, CT 55 93:10, and passim in NB, see also CT 56 8:4, cited saqqu mng. 1, note, wr. Lt d-qa-a-a CT 57 237 i 3, LO §daq-qa-a-a Camb. 197:3.

attamannu mimma lemnu Sa ana panija teSera taS-qu-l[a](var. -lu) [tapdd]a whoever you are, "anything evil," who made straight for me, carried me off, captured me STT 215 ii 25, dupl. KAR 88 Fragm. 4
r. (!) ii 6, var. from BM 54785:5' (courtesy I. L. Fin-

kel); DAM taS-qu-la (var. taS-qz-lu4) DUMU

taS-qu-la (var. taS-qu-lu4) (my god) you have carried off (my) wife, you have carried off (my) son JNES 33 278:88 (dingir.
sa.dib.bainc.), cf. dam.mu bi.lA dumu.

saqqu

s.;

1.

sack,

2.

(a cloth),

3.

sackcloth; OA, OB, Mari, NB; pl. saqqdtu;
cf. saqqaja.
a= alluhappu = saq-qu d e-im gi. sa.al.ab.ba Hg. A II 93 and B II 38, in MSL 6 76; bar = u-du-u, bar = baldmu, bar.ra = saq-qu Antagal VIII 73ff. ba-sd-mu = u-du-u d [. . .], ba-Id-ma-tum = saq[qu] CT 18 9 K.4233+ ii llf.

[mu bi.1 a] : assatu ta-ds-qu-la mdr[a tadS-qu-la] ibid. 289:13, cf. also (Sum. only) ibid.
292:17.

For the Aram. cognate

e

qal "take

away" see Frankena, Studies Beek 44.

**saqalu (to wipe) see Sukkulu.
saqaru see zakdru A and zaqdru.

1. sack: ana qemi §a belu ilpura 40 GUR qemi ina 42 saq-qa-a-ta at-ta-da-dgsaq-qa-a-ta belu §a-ka u aktanaku ... limur mamma Sa la belija la ipetti as for

saqatu A s.; (a wading bird); lex.*
gir.gid.da mu en = sa-qa-tum, Se-ep-i a-rik Hh. XVIII 261 f.; gir.gid.da mu~en = sd-qa-tum, le-ep a-rik = mul-ku-[d] Hg. B IV 275f., in MSL 8/2 169, also Hg. D III 324f., in MSL 8/2 175.

the flour about which (my) lord wrote, I have put forty gur of flour into 42 sacks for you and sealed (them), let (my) lord
check the sacks, no one may open (them) without my lord's (permission) CT 22 2:8

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saqra and 13, cf. saq-qa-a-taina IGI [. .. ] luSaz= zizma ana kurummdti ... innaSSu TCL 9 144:25 (both NB letters); we swear that ina patdhu 8a saq-q[u(!)] nidi we did not know that the sacks (for the barley) were full of holes Dar. 358:8; KI.LA [x-t] a saq-qaa-taPN Lt saq-qa-a-aittadin PN, the sack maker, delivered (twenty minas of goat hair) equivalent to [x] sacks CT 56 8:3f.; two and one-half shekels of silver ana 5
saq-qa-a-ta CT 55 780:2, cf. GCCI 1 366:2,

saqu saqtu see zaqtu. saqu s.; (a part of the body); OAkk.(?), SB.*
uzu.[N]I" -l'.la (vars. uzu.su.u[1.l1], uzu. su.l1) = mundulu, sa-a-qu (var. sa-a-du) Hh. XV 307 f.

§umma izbu sa-qi imittiSu NU GAL if the malformed animal has no right s. (between kuritu and naglabu) Leichty Izbu
XIV 3, cf. (the left) ibid. 4, with comm. saqi = [. . .] Izbu Comm. 404; [Summa] ...

cf. 1 GfN a[na ... ] x saq-qa-a-tum CT 56 650:12, [.. .]xsaq-qa-a-taBAR.DUL (?) CT 5 57 67:19; 30 saq-qa-a-ta (followed by
KU9.TAB.BA skins) TCL 13 224:1 (all NB).

is-ru imitti alku sa-a-qu LUGaD.DA (var. kuri) if the right .... are loose, the s.
short CT 30 18 83-1-18,458 ii 6 (SB ext.), cf. ibid. 8, var. from dupl. ibid. 28 K.8014:3, cf. Summa sa-a-qu K.3978+ ii 12, CT 31 44 obv.(!)

(a cloth): 3 kutdnu 4 sd-qud- UF 7 cf. 3 sd-qu OIP 27 11:9, sd-qd-am nahlaptam Aenin KBo 9 9:8, cf. also ibid. 8:3
317:4,

2.

ii 2,

sa-a-qu is-ru (in broken context)

(OA); 1 TUG sa-qum (in list of garments) YOS 5 96:5, also Greengus Ishchali 92:10 (OB), 1 BAR.SI sa-qum GIBIL 2 BAR.SI sa-qum LIBIR ARM 18 49:6f., cf. [TtG.G§.f].A sa-qum ARM 7 270:7, see Rouault, ARMT 18 278 s.v.; TjG.BAR.SI sa-qu (among items for a dowry) Iraq 42 70 ii 13 and 15, 1 TUJG. BAR.SI sa-aq-qum Kraus,AbB 5 268:6; 1 TaJG

K.3978 i 47; in sd-qi-[sa uMa]b(?) he [sits?] on [her (Itar's)] lap(?) Or. NS 46 201:4 (OAkk. inc.).

The Izbu ref. may represent a logogram.
In ACh Supp. Sin 11:13 the text is to be

emended to IDIM rnagl-bu IDIM sa-kiku(!), see sakiku. saqu (sidqu) v.; 1. to become narrow, tight, 2. II to constrict, make narrow, 3. (uncert. mng.); from OB on; I isiq, stat. siq (Ass. sdq), I/2, 1/3, II; cf. mu: siqqu, siqi§, siqu adj., siqdja, suqdqu, suqu adj. and s.
LAGAB = sa-[a-qu], k[u-ru-u] STC 2 53 ii 43f. (comm. to En. el. VII 132); tu-sa-a-qa 5R 45 K.253 v 42 (gramm.).

sa-aq-qu[m] king) ARM 7
SAG

(among garments for the
122:2, cf. 1 TjG(!)

(for the king) ARM 10 19:5,

sa-qum cf. also 1 TJG

1 TJG sa-aq-[qum] (in list of clothing)
ARM 7 250 i 3' and 13', ARM 18 61:8; sa-aq bur ARM 7 253:4, also 270:6.

3. sackcloth: I was clad in a rent garment (for mourning) musea saq-quum-mu my mus is sackcloth AnSt 8 46 i 25 (Nbn.).

In spite of the cognates saq, etc., there is no evidence that saqqu served as a mourning garb, as baSdmu did; on the contrary, the Mari refs. show that it was a cloth or textile of good quality. Only in the Nbn. ref. cited mng. 3, which reflects WSem. mourning rites, is the mng. "sackcloth" found. saqrfl see sakr.

1. to become narrow, tight - a) in literal sense: ki ID GN sa-qu-u-ni ti[turru] ina muhhi iktabsu as the Borsippa canal was narrow, they tamped a causeway over it ABL 1214:5, see Parpola LAS No. 291; ul semd uzndla ul sa-qa-at irassa sappuhu kulul ia her ears (those of the woman in childbirth) do not hear, her breast (or: her pectoral) is not restrained, her headbands are flying Iraq 31 31:44 (MA inc.);

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s&qu fourth year arrived their tall stature became short, their broad shoulders became
narrow
112 vi 5 (SB),

saqu quru li(var. lu)-si-qu-ni-ku-nu may the gods reduce your land (to be) as narrow
as a brick Wiseman Treaties 527; KUR K-jR

Lambert-Millard Atra-hasis 110 v 16, restored from rap~itum bu=

u-si-iq b)

I constricted the enemy land with napiltu: mukarr mu-si-qi

ddina [is-si-qd] arkitum mazzazuina
[ikrrini] ibid. 80 II iv 17 (OB); [. . .- ri-§u pu-hur-NU is-si-qa [.. .] BHT pl. 5 i 12 (Nbn. Verse Account).

RA 45 19:29 (Topzawa bil.), see ibid. p. 199.

z [I-tim(?)] STT 68:20; gimil napilti andu

b)

said of napi'tu "breath": likmi

§a hdddnija i-si-i-qa spare the life (lit. breath) of the weary one (i.e., myself)
that my ill-wishers have choked STT 65:40, see Lambert, RA 53 130; andku nitu almeduma

Tiamat napiltalu (var. nisirtala)li-si-iq u

likri may he (Neberu) subdue Tiamat, may she be near death (lit. may her breath
En. el. VII 132, for comm., see lex. section; napitau i-sa-qa-am Iraq 27 5 ii 17, cf. i-siq ikri AfO 19 52:154. be tight and short)

naplatud i-si-qa lapan hatti u nibrite ana GN innabit I laid a close siege around him and put him in a tight spot (lit. squeezed his throat), from terror and famine he fled
to Elam OIP 2 42 v 25 (Senn.); I seized

c) said of qablu "waist" (obscure mng.): kisittam §a erenim iSima qablJau is-si-qu
he took the cedar cuttings and ....
21:8, cf. md li-si-qu ibid. 11.

ARM 1

his approaches by sea and by land nap, Sassunu -si-iq ukarri Streck Asb. 16 ii 54,
also Piepkorn Asb. 52 iii 49.

d) to become constrained, tight: MI.MI dalhat marsat u si-qdt (the child's life(?)) will be dark, troubled, difficult, and constrained

3. (uncert. mng.): jdti kdru dannu dimdti asdti ina kupri u agurri abnima itti kdru abi ipulu d(wA) -sa-ni-iq-makdru
§elalti'unu

25 Kt

uandilma I myself

built a strong wall with protruding pillars, massartu nemel i-si-qa-dd-da-nu-u-ni made of kiln-fired bricks (laid in) bitumen, umd ki 'a issu reSe tazzizani massartu I .... with the (double) wall that my ina panija tudam. father had built and widened the triple tassurani §unkunu meqani umd itissa now the guard (is walls to 25 cubits CT 37 14 ii 52, cf., also necessary) because their situation has wr. d-sa-ni-iq ibid. 12f. ii 29 and 33; itti become desperate, now, just as from the kdri abi iksuru e-se-ni-iq-ma (for context very beginning you took over and stood see kdru A mng. lb) VAB 4 196 No. 28:5, guard, and thereby got yourselves a good wr. e-si-ni-iq-ma ibid. 72 i 30, 74 ii 19, name in my esteem, (so) stand firm even Crozer Quarterly 23 68 ii 4, PBS 15 79 ii 46, e-

fi

JCS 6 66:33 (LB horoscopes); umd

now ABL 561 r. 10 (NA); u enna is-si-qa-dA-d ABL 292:9, cf. ki i-si-qa-da-d ibid. r. 15, is-si-qa (in broken context) ABL 866 r. 4

si-niq-ma ibid. ii 9, but e-is-ni-iq-ma VAB 4 132 v 31 and 52 (all Nbk.).

(the kings of Elam, Akkad, Gutium, Amurru) UR.BI K(JR.ME-ma (both NB);

iStenig i-si-qa-ma HUL IGI-mar will start hostilities against each other, their countries one and all will find themselves in a tight situation, and will
KUR.KUR-ii-nu experience misfortune ACh Supp. 2 I~tar 49 K.7629 i 34 (= 17), also ibid. K.3589:42 (= r. 6) and dupls.

2. II to constrict, make narrow - a)
in gen.: DINGIR.ME
...

ammar SIG 4 qaq 170

Ad mng. 3: Most of the writings suggest a I/3 first person present of a weak verb such as sdqu, though both the use of the present tense and the semantic range are unexpected. On the other hand, the writing e-es-ni-iq in one text suggests that at least the scribe of that text took the verb to be sandqu; even if it were, the difficulties of tense and meaning remain. To emend all forms to usanniq would fit the meaning and syntax, but clearly is not warranted.

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sarabu sarabu (cold) see §arbu. saradu (seredu) v.; 1. to load, to pack, to harness, 2. to make a bandage, 3. surrudu to load and harness; OA, SB; I isrid- isarrid,II; wr. syll. and (in mng. 2) LA; cf. masradu, sardu, sdridu, surrudu.
1 = sa-ra-du d AN9E Antagal F 260.

sarahu nim I will release the donkeys so that they can load your copper HUCA 40 59 L 29-589:23; [in] mi suhdre ana unutim sdra-dim alapparanni when I send employees to load the goods TCL 4 43:11, cf. unutam ... li-is-ri-du-nim CCT 6 22a:27; [Summa] unutini la is-ri-dam 1 MA. NA KT.BABBAR iaqqal if he does not load our goods, he will pay (a fine of) one mina of silver Ankara 2828:11; 1 emdram ana luqut PN sd-ra-dim akia I kept back one donkey to load the merchandise of PN's (on it) TCL 14 37:25. 2. to make a bandage: fU imhur-limi : Sammi nilik seri : ana pan niki se-re-du (see ni~ku mng. la) CT 14 23 K.9283:5, also hemU ana pan nilki LA-[du] ibid. 6f.,
restored from dupl. STT 92 i 6f.,
LA-du RA 15 76:8f.

1. to load, to pack, to harness (OA) a) without object: ANEE.HI.A U unussunu lu ersuatadi t&rti la illikakkunni la ta-sd-ridam inumi trti illakanniarhi, se-er-<<da>dam let the donkeys and their harness be ready, do not load up before my instruction has reached you, but when my instruction arrives, load up promptly CCT 2 18:18ff.; entrust the textiles and the .annu containers to PN harrdn Tur-humit

also, wr.

li-is-ri-dam VAT 9236:12, cited Lewy, JAOS
suhdrka marisma andkuma as-ri-dam your employee was sick so I did the loading myself TCL 1918: 19; §umma ana sd-ra-dim iSappuru if they send the order to load CCT 4 6c:6, cf. umam ,umma sd-ra-dum ibali if the loading takes place today ibid. 11; iStu wa-di i-sd-ri-du-niadi 5 'anat iti PN ubab from the moment he in fact loads up (i.e., starts work as a donkey-driver) he will remain five years in
58 454 n. 10; PN's service AAA 1 pl. 27 No. 14a:8; x Ktr. BABBAR be'uldt PN Sa i'ti PN2 is-ri-du x

3. surrudu to load and harness: u 15 emdru sa-ld-mu(!) 8 attunu sd-[ri-dal and fifteen black donkeys - pack (only) eight! (uncert.) TCL 4 16:13 (coll. M. T. Larsen). In Finet, AIPHOS 14 132:10 read usammadu: §uma, see ARM 14 3. Veenhof Old Assyrian Trade 9 f.

sarahil adv.; in ruins; NB*; cf. sarahu.

akiti a . . . labdrilillikma §u§§u imma= £Uma sa-ra-hi-ig ubu the akitu temple silver, working capital of PN who worked which had grown old, whose name had as caravan driver with PN2 TCL 19 23:43: 5 sd-ri-de ... a-guy-ra-am. .. anapani[ja been forgotten, and which stood in ruins ana s]d-ra-dim [turdam] Jankowska KTK WO 5 40:5 (NB votive).
12:10.

b) to load and harness animals: lu ina sisa'im annakam italAi ula emdre seer-da-ma either carry the tin away by horse, or load the donkeys Contenau Trente
Tablettes Cappadociennes 28:16, cf. ANE . . . li-[is]-ri-dam Jankowska KTK 64:2, see BiOr

sarihu v.; 1. (uncert. mng.), 2. surruhu to ruin, to destroy(?), 3. II/2 (passive to mng. 2), 4. IV to be ruined(?); MB, SB, NA, NB; I *isarruh (or *isarrah), II, 11/2, IV; cf. sardhi§, tasrihtu. 1. (uncert. mng.): PN's slave girl (who was prophesying) issu libbi MN sa-arha-at ABL 1217 r. 3 (NA); i-sa-ru-hu (in broken context) Iraq 36 212 No. 101:11 (NA
let.).

27 368; emdria sd-ar-du my donkeys are loaded up ccT 1 50:18; see also sardu adj. c) to load merchandise (on animals): emare -ed-ra-ma URUDU-a-kd i-sd-ri-du171

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saramu 2. surruhu to ruin, to destroy (?): he besieged RN in GN [...]-x-Su abullagu u-sa-ri-ih he tore down(?) its [.. .] and its gate BRM 4 49:15 (= AOB 1 52), see Grayson Chronicles 186; bdb hiati Sa su-ur-ru-ha

saraqu A See raramu.
Labat, JA 1954 213 n. 2.

saramf s.; (partor decoration of a door); NA.*
dalate Sa bit Sin ... raspa GI sa-rame-e la gammuru the doors of the Sin are not temple are fitted, but the .... completed ABL 452 r. 10.

(see hitu) PBS 1/2 48:7 (MB let.); umu mu-

sa-ar-ri-hu mindt[ija]

a demon that de-

stroys(?) my limbs Lambert BWL 192:3 (SB fable).

3. II/2 (passive to mng. 2): E gudtu igdratulu iqipumu uptattiru riksuu
samissu us-sar-ri-hu-u-mu the walls of

sarapu A v.; (mng. unkn.); lex.* 9E
[ri]-ig PA.HB.DU = hatapu §a AE, sa-ra-pu §a DiriV 50f.

that temple had buckled, its bonding had come apart, its parapet had been torn
down(?) YOS 1 38 i 22 (Sar.).

4.
323:5.

IV to be ruined(?): a house that

sarapu B v.; to sip(?); only attested).

SB*;

I (inf.

PN bought [...] KI.LAM is-sa-ar-hu Nbn. In ARM 10 25:14, "there was a heavy rain, in the reservoir(?) mui 1 GI is-rx-x] the water . . .-ed one reed (height or length)," a verb such as "rose" is expected. For su-ri-ih naplassu RA 48 148:5 (= CT
46 38 r. 39), replaced in RA 46 92:69 and parallels (OB and SB Epic of Zu) by .u-ri-ih,

RN ina ekalliu pappasu emmetu ina sa-

uimtit Irra-imitti died in his ra-pi-I palace while sipping hot gruel(?) Grayson
Chronicles 155 No. 20 A 34.

saraqu A (araqu) v.; 1. to strew, scatter, sprinkle (offering material, in rituals), 2. to sprinkle (a liquid, in non-ritual
context), 3. surruqu to scatter, 4. IV

to be strewn, sprinkled, scattered; from
OAkk. on; I isruq - isarraq - sariq, II, IV; wr. syll. (ta-sd-raq Kocher BAM 168:37,
BBR Nos. 61-66 passim) and DUB (SUB 73:84); cf. sirqu A, surqinnu. STT

see ardhu B mng. 2.
Brinkman, WO 5 45.

saramu v.; to cut, to cut into, to make

an incision;

Mari, MB, SB;

I isarrim

(iserrim); cf. nasramu, *sirimtu. iSddn SIPA i-mi-[it-tam] sd-ar-ma Sume

lam na[sha] the base of the gall bladder was cut on the right, torn away on the
left JCS 21 227 A.860:15 (Mari ext. report);

2 GI si-ri-en-du tu-ub-qi-in-na ana uri Sa bit PN ana sa-ra-mi two .. ..- s for for the roof of PN's house cutting a .... CT 51 24:5 (MB); [umma m Sa yugulgu lifu ittardu tepettima gulgullagu te-sir-rim mt Sa gulgulliu t[uellamma] (see gulgullu
mng. la-2') CT 23 36 iii 58; Summa ina

du-ub DUB = §d-pa-ku, ta-ba-ku, sa-ra-qu Idu II 37ff.; dub = §d-pa-[ku], sa-ra-[qu] Igituh short version 34f.; si-i [si] = sa-ra-qa A 111/4:174. in. dub = [i-pu]-uk, [it-bu]-uk, [is-ru]-uq Ai. I ii 45ff.; in.dub.dub = [d-sa-ar-ri]-iq ibid. 51. te6.bi u.me.ni.dub. gig.erin sim.li ... dub : erena burdle .. . mithari u-sa-riq-ka I have scattered cedar, juniper (sweet aromatics, pure STT mashatu flour in holy censers) for you 197:48ff., see Cooper, ZA 62 74:24; gim i.dlg. ga dub.dub u.te.ga.ab : riqqi amni tabu surru-qu muhur aromatics, perfumed oil are sprinkled, accept (them) VAS 17 58:20f.; zid.mad.ga la.ba.an.dub.dub.b[u.me§] : mashati ul issar-raq- u-[nu-ti] CT 16 42:20f., restored from ibid. 43:45ff. si-isi-qu I/ ana sa-ra-qu (see sirqu A) A III/1 Comm. A 15.

libbi esemti [...] tepette ta-sar-ri-im (see
esemtu mng. la) AMT 44,1 ii 13.

1. to strew, scatter, sprinkle (offering
material, in rituals) - a) using a censer: 172

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saraqu A riqqe ballite ina nidnakki i-sa-ra-aq he
strews mixed aromatics upon the censer KAR 139:8; GIg.ERIN.SfG U mashata ina
146:109 (bit mfsiri); sir-qa .

saraqu A
. DUB-aq KAR

90:13, for other refs. see sirqu A usage a. 2' with flour (qemu, isququ, mashatu, sasq, often beside dates), incense, etc.: [Summa qutrinnum ina] sd-ra-qi-ka niz pihsu i~ta[ppu] (see niphuA mng. 2) UCP 9
373:1 (OB incense omens), cf. ibid. 2-8; qema

muhhi nignaqqa hursi ta-sar-raq-ma (see luklu) RAcc. 68:21; ina muhhi 7 nig= naqqa hurdsi mashata u luku ta-sar-raqma ibid. 27, and passim; ina muhhi NfG.NA

...

lis-ru-qu (see nignakku usage d) ABL

burJa titta ina muhhi nig nakki i-sar-raq van Driel Cult of A~ur 202 r. 6;
437 r. 18 (NA);

suluppi sasqd sir-qa ana pan ama tasar-ra-aq ZA 45 200 i 27 (Bogh. rit.); isquqa
suluppi sasqd ta-sd-raq

nignak burcdi talakkan mashata ta-sdr-raq KAR 50 r. 6, cf. ikrib erena salatima ana nignakki. .. sa-raq-qi benediction (to be said) while chopping cedar and scattering
(it) on the censer BBR No. 75-78 r. 62, cf.

isqiqa qem kibti ...

ta-sdr-raq

ibid. 204 iii 22; Kocher

BAM 32:14, cf. ibid. 417:12 (SB rit.); KU as-ruuq-ma Or. NS 32 384:25, and passim (OB incense omens); flour ana sa-ra-quSa Nusku

[ikrib masha]ta burJaa ana nignakki .. .
DUB ibid. 68, cf. also 75; note with the

GCCI 1 89:4 (NB); hinsa mashata buraa DUB-aq he scatters scented flour and
juniper on(?) the fat portion BBR No. 26

censer as object: nignak burdi ina (var. ana)penti a~dgi ta-sdr-raq(var. DUB) you cense with (lit. scatter) a censer with juniper on coals of acacia BMS 21:74, also Or. NS
40 142 r. 8, also Kocher BAM 461 iii 6, dupl., wr. DUB-aq Loretz-Mayer Su-ila 81 r. 7, cf. nignak murri burdJi ina Or. NS 36 34:9; bdbi kami DUB-aq KAR 72 r. 3, cf. nignak

iv 40,

mashata DUB-aq (var. ta-sdr-raq)

KAR 26 r. 23 and dupls., 4R 55 No. 2:19, STC 2 pl. 84:109, and see mashatu; ZID ZfZ.AM anapan kakkabdni mugiti DUB-aq Kocher BAM 323:12; sasqd as-ru-uq KUB 37 79:7; sasqd ds-ruq-

ka ds-ruq-kaqutrinnul have scattered fine flour for you, I have scattered incense
for you BMS 2:27f., see Ebeling Handerhebung

burdi ina ki§dd burti ta-sdr-raq Or. NS 40 149 r. 22; nignak burJi u mashati ana IGI ili mugiti DUB-aq STT 73:120, see JNES 19 35; 2 nignakke riqqe ta-sdr-raq KAR 26
r. 15, cf. KAR 60:9, BBR No. 1-20:35, 53, and 110, Kocher BAM 152 ii 6, and passim, wr. ta-da-raq ibid. 168:37; nignakka ta-sdrraq BBR No. 75-78:12, also No. 93:3, No. 1-20:67, 76, 79, and passim; ann'ti ikribiz a

26; suluppi sasqd u qema 2 SILA.TA.AM ina muhhi ta-sdr-raq Or. NS 36 34:8; suluppi
sasqd ta-sdr-raq STT 251:14, also Or. NS 39 125:27, Weissbach Misc. 12:7, wr. DUB Or. NS 34 126:8, Or. NS 36 21: 11, DUB-aq ibid. 1: 18, 14:10, CT 23 35:49, KAR 50 r. 3, BMS 12:3, and

sa-raq nignakki BBR No. 75-78:76; ikrib nignakki mahri sa-ra-qi BBR No. 83 + Sm. 1319 iv 14; note: [al]pa du tapallaqma libbagu inapani DN ina burdgi <taqallu nigZ
nak burAi> ta-sdr-raq KAR 60:15, see RAcc. 20 and 53.

passim in SB rit., possibly to be read tatab= bak, note suluppz sasqd ta-tab-bak-ma BiOr as Akk. Iw. in Sum.: flour, 30 178:27; dates, material nig.siskur.ra sa-ra-qi sum.ma issued for a s.-offering Eames
cf. siskur sa.ra.ak JonesSnyder 201:6; note the log. SUB: mashata USB-uq enema SuB-qi annd taqabbi STT 73:84, see Reiner, JNES 19 34, dupl. UET 7 118:27.
Coll. 129 R 3,

b) without explicit mention of censer (but fumigation is sometimes implied) 1' with sirqu: as-ruq-ku-nu-li si(!)-riq riqq ellite I have strewn holy aromatics
for you AnBi 12 284:47 (prayer to the Gods

3' other aromatics or fumigants: zID. SE burJSa ana IoI penti aSdgi ta-sdr-raq AMT 54,1:8, fj ninft tasdk ana IGI penti
agdgi ta-sdr-raq ibid. 11, cf. STT 236 obv.(!) 5;

of the Night); sa-riq-ku-nu-Si sir-qu sasq naqikuniii (see naq mng. Ic) AfO 14 173

murra erena ina imitti bdbi ta-sdr-raq LKA 115:5; siha argdna barira[tu]anapandalti

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saraqu A ta-sa-raq Kocher BAM 237 i 15; ina re§ majalija a-sd-raq nuhurta Maqlu VI 126, cf. Kocher BAM 157:14; esmet ameliti ina Izi ta-sdr-raq Kocher BAM 237 i 26; you crush (various medicinal plants) and ana pan abunnatila ta-sdr-raq sprinkle them on her navel Kocher BAM 240:32; as-ruq-ki MUN.KU.PAD ebbeta I scattered for you
pure . . .- salt LKA 74:5 and dupls., see Farber I§tar und Dumuzi 57:27; e'am nahla DUB you

sararu i 26 (Mari rit.), see also CT 16, in lex. section, cf. libittu 8a sirqi [ina muhh] i issar-ra-qu TuL p. 114:22. See also §ardqu B. saraqu B v.; (mng. uncert.); I isruq - isarraq. OB, NB;

scatter sifted barley BMS 12:4; SE.NUMUN DUB-aq (see zeru mng. lc-2') RAcc. 4 ii 4,
etc., also BBR No. 52:11.

4' without mention of object: until the day of the offerings Sarru ul is-ruq GAL is-ruq-ma E ipqid the king did not perform the scattering, only the Segallu did so and oversaw the temple King
Chron. 2 74 ii 5, also BHT pl. 12 ii 8; ina muhhi KI SISKUR GABA.RI i-sar-raq-ma (see

9E9.

e'um §a apdl awilim u a) in OB: idi amtim ina urimma sa-ri-iq u atti tide kima ina urimma sa-ar-qd barley for repaying the gentleman and for the slave girl's wages is .... on the roof and you know that it is .... on the roof VAS 16 160:7; idtu umim §a ana DN ana baldatika ta-as-ru-qd-an-niumakkal iri ul itib ever since you ... .- ed me to Nergal to (assure) your health, my health has been bad every day ibid. 140:7 (both OB letters). b) in NB: put epe8 8a gindnd sa-ra-qa u sull2 a uzu ana bit larri na8l they assume warranty for preparing the regular offerings, .... -ing, and delivering(?) the meat to the royal household CT 51 64:12, cf. put sa-ra-qu fPN ana f d] Ninlil PN2 . . . n[ai] ... adi muhhi x x x fPN ta-sar-ra-qu PN 2 assumes warranty for . . . . of fPN to DN, fPN will . . . . until
. ... Nbn. 16:1 and 9 (coll.).

merditu mng. Ib) RAcc. 90:30. 2. to sprinkle (a liquid, in non-ritual context): he defeated GN GA AN9E.SAL is-ru-uq sprinkled(?) donkey mare's milk (on it?) (to be read from bottom to top)
MDP 14 p. 10 (pl. 1) i 26 (Puzur-Inguginak);

[qd(?)]-qd-ra-am[.. .] i-na di-im-a-ti-[x] ta-sd-ra-aq (in obscure context) CCT 5 50e:4 (OA); uncert.: you pluck a bird tazAR-ra-aq-ma KUB 4 48 i 24, wr. ta-zara-aq ibid. 28, see Biggs Saziga 55; uncert.: i-sar-raq(?, text -rum) Enlil qabldt ajdbi the battle forces of the enemy Enlil ....
Tn.-Epic "ii" 26.

Since saraqu A is used in lit. and rit. contexts only, the above refs. have been separated as belonging to a different verb; the VAS 16 140 ref. and the NB refs. may represent a variant of gardku. sarartu s.; treachery; SB; cf. sararu.

3. surruqu to scatter: hiihtu annita mala tu-sar-ri-qu all these supplies that you have strewn Borger, BiOr 30 179:39; armannisur-ru-qu (see armannuusage a)
Streck Asb. 264 iii 8, also Borger Esarh. 92

§61:14; f.KUR.KUR tu-sar-raq-m[a] Or. NS 39 132:13; tu-sar-raq (in broken context) Or. NS 40 135:14, [. .. ] ina muhhi tu-sarraq BA 10/1 106 No. 25:7. 4. IV to be strewn, sprinkled, scattered: mashatum u sasqd[m] . . . is-sdar-ra-aq(see mashatu usage b-1') RA 35 2 174

ina tib nakri ... ina sa-ra-dr-ti mdti .. innetter will he be saved from the onslaught of the enemy, from the treachIM 67692:297 ery of (his own) land? and dupls. (tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert); ina sulumm u sa-ra-ar-ti (for context see

sulumm)

Weidner Tn. 3 No. 1 iii 24.

sararu v.; 1. to cheat, to be false, to be a thief, to be a criminal, 2. II to cheat, to make false claims, to contest, 3. IV to

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sararu become unreliable; OA, OB, Mari, Bogh., II, SB; I isarrar, IV, IV/2; cf. sarartu, sars raru A, sarratu, sarril A, sarru A adj., sarrutu, sarta, sartatti, sartu, surrdtanji, surrdtu, surru A, surrurtu, tasriru.
Ai.9I = za-a-ru, sd-ra-ru, gar-ra-qum Studies Landsberger 35:9ff. (Silbenvokabular A); ga. an. tir = sa-ra-ru Izi V 101. ta-ar TAR = na-sa-ru-ru A III/5:131.

sarbu (you (pl.) did not obey the order) indeed
you now contest (it) and . . . . ibid. 70

No. 45:10; mamma li-ih-'u-u PN illakamma i-sa-ar-ra-ar who would have thought
that PN would come and tell lies? KBo 1 11 obv.(!) 28, see ZA 44 118; attunu n&ti tu-

sa-ra-rau ninu arranu-4a-ra-ar you lie to us and we lie to the king ibid. obv.(!) 31; enqu baja&d tu-sar-ra-dr tenka (see
bajaIl) LambertBWL 99:25;

e.ne.6m.ma.ni a.zu ga.am.ma.ga a.zu.
bi lul.la : amassu ana br ibbabbalmabar2d d issa-ra-dr(var. -ar) (see abdlu A lex. section) SBH

'umma

dabdba

sur-ru-ur if he is mendacious in (his)

p. 8 No. 4:52f., also 54f., var. from dupl. ZA 10 pl. 2 after p. 276 r. If.
[egir.bi.ta ... l]ul : arkdnu it-tas-ra-ar Ai.

speech ZA 43 96 ii 15 (Sittenkanon).
c) musarriru(mng. unkn.): mu-sar-ri-ir ummani umman nakri ina nakbatifu imaq of the army, the main body of qut .... the army of the enemy will meet defeat
5R 63 B 32, see VAB 4 268 ii 31, also VAB 4 288 xi 35 (Nbn.), CT 31 44 r.(!) ii 14; mu-sari-ri-MU K1JR iddk CT 20 25 K.9667:21, dupl. 27 K.4069:8 and 29 K.4092:8 (all SB ext.); mu-

III iv 10.

1. to cheat, to be false, to be a thief, to be a criminal: ta-sd-<ra>-aryou cheat (me) (you were told to make payments for me but your due date fell a month ago) RA 60 143:20 (OA); lu kinat sit pika la sa-ra-ar (var. Id-na-an) seqarka (see situ mng. 3c) En. el. IV 9; difficult: mirit bilim ina madq sa-ra-ar qablitim §anig pitrustu pasture for cattle at the watering place, false (prediction?) in the middle watch, alternatively: indecisive (omen)
K.2323+ :13 (SB ext., courtesy D. Kennedy), also,

sa-ri-ra-ti-ka TIM 9 48 r. ii 8 (OB lit.), cf. also [mu(?)-s]d-ar-ri-rumiba§i ARMT 13
108 r. 9'.

3. IV to become unreliable: see SBH, Ai., in lex. section. sara'u s.; Hurr. word.
§a tabr.

wr. sa-ra-dr Boissier DA 227:37, mirit bulim ina AS.GAN (= eqli?) sa-ra-ar namdru
Sani niphu K.2323+ :14, also mirit bulim ina riti sa-ra-arbardriti ibid 12; for pred-

(a type of barley);

Nuzi;

x 9E.ME9 sd-ra-e u hura'e iStu 9E.ME9
. . ilteqq (see hura'u) HSS 14
36:1, cf. ibid. 34:1 and 35:2.

icative use see sarruA adj. 2. II to cheat, to make false claims, to contest - a) in hendiadys: if a shep-sa-ar-ri-ir-magimtam uttakkir u herd ana kaspim ittadin fraudulently alters the mark (on the animals) and sells (them) CH § 265:66; Summa amtum 4-sa(var. adds -ri-ir-ma mara'a ana mdrat awilim -ar) ittadin (see amtu usage a-3'a') Goetze
LE § 33 A iii 6 and B ii 16.

sarbil (like rain) see garbiS. sarbu s.; tallow, fat; lex.*
bi-sili-i'-td(var. -tum), le-e-pu, sar-bu//-i = lipll

Malku II 246ff.

b) other occs.: damiq inima qab tusa-ra-ru is it good that you should contest Sumer 14 28 No. 10:24 (my) commands? (Harmal let.), cf. anna inanna tu-sa-ar-rara ' pa-ni(?, text -AM)-ku-nu tattanabbala 175

The variant gloss is ambiguous, and may be interpreted to indicate two sets of variants: either sarbu and sar'u, or sarbu and sarb. If the former, the word may be identical to sar'u, q.v. See also Sarbu.
For (Kdcher) BAM 303:15 see sar'u; for Wiseman Treaties 373 see darterru.

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sarbu sarbu (cold) see Sarbu. sardiu see sardu. sardu (fem. sarittu) adj.; packed, loaded; OA; cf. sarddu. a) said of animals: emareja sd-ar-dutim PN i tu massaratim uta'eram PN returned my loaded donkeys to me from safekeeping TCL 19 28:6. b) said of merchandise: 2 AN9E.HI.A sa-ld-mu u unissunu sd-ri-tdm two black donkeys with their goods still packed up Kienast ATHE 17:9; atta babtam sd-ri-tdm tapqidam (see babtu mng. 2b-3') KTS
la:18.
Veenhof Old Assyrian Trade p. 10.

saridu
[kuL.ka.tab].ba.an[e = [k]a-tap-pu-u = Id

[sa-r]i-di Hg. A II 163, in MSL 7 150.

a) in gen.: I entrusted to PN three black donkeys and their harness and 2 sd-ri-du §a tamkdrim two donkey drivers of the merchant's KTS 49c:15, cf., wr. sd-ri-dam Kienast ATHE 17:9; twelve shekels of silver iStu GN adi GN 2 a-sdri-dim for the donkey driver, (for the trip) from GN to GN2 TCL 20 164:2, cf. ana sari-dim niddin CCT 5 49c: 13; 15 GfN qaqqad sd-ri-dim... MA.NA ukul sd-ri-dim 15 .. shekels for the donkey driver's head tax, thirty shekels for the donkey driver's food
BIN 4 29:8 and 10, cf. BIN 6 185:16; mimma §a

qdtim sd-ri-dum(text -dim) Sabbima the donkey driver has been paid all of his "hand money" KTS 26a: 18. b) referring to hiring and wages: °8umma ajelamma udappir sd-ri-dd-am ug garuma igri 1 sd-ri-di-im umalla if he goes off anywhere, he (the creditor) hires a transporter in his place, and he (the debtor) will pay the wages of the transporter OIP 27 50 r. 4 and 6, cf. a-e-ma ipazz[ar] phgu agram sd-ri-dam a-ga-arru-ma if he disappears anywhere I will hire a transporter in his place (and he will make good the wages) Kiiltepe n/k 30: 10
(courtesy K. Balkan); 5 MA.NA AN.NA

sardu (or sartu, s/zard/tu) s.; modity); OA.*
Buy me

(a com-

1 stLA GA-mu-e 1 SILA za-

ar-dam one sila of cumin(?), one sila of s. CCT 3 19a:12, cf. 1 SILA za-ar-dam leqema
HUCA 40-41 60 L29-590:15.

sardf (sardiu) s.; tions; OB.*

blessing, congratula-

sar-du-u = ka-ra-bu Malku V 67.

igtu Sumi abija kdta DN izkuru u sa-ardi-a-am dpulu ever since you, my father, were promoted (thanks to) Sin-Amurru (lit. since DN promoted you), and I reacted with congratulations (you have been promising me a sheep and wool but you have not sent them) CT 2 12:12 (let.).
von Soden, Or. NS 24 394.

adi KaniS uggarma ana igri sd-ri-dim agammarma (see agdru mng. 2) TCL 21
265:18; 5 sd-ri-di ana igri . . . a-gus-raam Jankowska KTK 12:3; sd-ri-dum igriiu <nu> a adi GN Sabbu (see igru usage a-3') CCT 4 2b: 12; igri sd-ri-dim Sabbu CCT 2 4b:10, also BIN 4 53:7, HUCA 39 11

sarhullu urhullu.

(a metal object or jewel) see

igri sd-ri-dim mimma ana PN ula addin CCT 4 7a:20; 14 Gf[N Kit. BABBAR(?) i]gri sd-ri-dim BIN 6 185:7, cf. 144 GfN lu igri sd-ri-dim lu gamri L29-558:7;
KTS 59d:14, for other texts listing the driver's wages from two and one-half to eleven shekels, see Hecker Giessen 27:12, TCL 19 24:27 and 36, TCL 20 139 r. 10, 157:18, CCT 1 31a:3; exceptionally paid with the right of disposal

sariam see siriam. saridu s.; donkey driver, caravan leader, transporter; OA; cf. sarddu.

of working capital in lieu of wages: 176

§ MA.

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sarindu
NA be'uldt sd-ri-dim two-thirds mina (of silver), the donkey driver's working capital CCT 3 2a: 19.

sarma'u
Malku II 77, var. from W.22831 and W.22667/1 (Warka texts courtesy E. von Weiher), line omitted

in dupl. CT 51 175.

3 (BUR) 5 IKU 20 SA[R GAN] Ir-hum c) §a sdridim (wages) of the driver: za-ar-k-pum 8u E+PAP ARAD.ARAD X §a sd-ri-dim ana PN la addin I did not land, (property of) PN, a reed marsh begive PN the driver's wages CCT 2 2:42; longing to the . . . . canal MAD 5 No. 40:3. §a sd-ri-dim §abbu he has been paid the sarmanu s.; (a synonym for hands); driver's wages VAT 9212:6, TCL 19 21:23, syn. list*; foreign word? BIN 6 202:14; 16 GfN §a sd-ri-dim CCT 1 sa-ar-ma-nu= ri-it-ta-a-te LTBA2 2:192. 20a:12; mimma tatam ukultam u §a sd-ridim ula ulammadanni (see lamddu mng. *sarm~au (sermJdu) s.; grain heap; SB; 7c) BIN 4 13:13; note also, without Sa: Sum. lw.; cf. sarmdsu in sa sarmdsi. miSu taMli'dtim u sd-ri-dam tulappitanni (see lapdtu mng. 4c) CCT 2 26b:13. ERfN.ME9 muqtabli unu ina qereb hurSdni kima ser-ma-Si(var. -Se) lu umessi d) other occ.: (the woman) PN 'a A I spread (the corpses of) their warriors sd-ri-dim (parallels: 8a PN2 ) Melanges over the mountains like piles of grain Laroche 104 A.1583:4.
Larsen Old Assyrian Caravan Procedures 79 f.; Veenhof Old Assyrian Trade 10 and 251.

AKA 39 ii 14, also (with Salmat muqtabliSunu) 56 iii 79, and (with alaniSunu) 68 iv 93 (all Tigl. I).

sarindu see *sirimtu. sarinnu s.(?); (mng. unkn.); syn. list.*
sa-ma-td = sa-pa(var. -rin)-nu LTBA 2 1 vi 37, var. ibid. 2:374.

Probably from Sum. *zar.ma, cf. gur 7 .du 6 gur 7 .mag.a g6 gur.gur h6. me. en : [k]a-ri-e ti-li [k]a-ri-e ma-a-ti
CRRA 17 128 vi 55 (completed by unpub. fragm.).

Probably a mistake for sa-pa-nu. sarird s. pl.; (mng. unkn.); SB.* 8umma sa-ri-ri-inali if (in his dream)
he carries s.-s Dream-book 329 r. ii 8.

sarmau in 9a sarmaii s.; (an agricultural worker); OB lex.*; cf. *sarmdu.
li.ge.zar.tab.ba, lU.9e.zar.sal.la, l1i.9e. zar.k6g.da = §a sd-ar-ma-Si OB Lu D 96f.; 16. ge.zar.tab.ba = Ma sd-ar-ri-im, 1.. e.zar. rsal. lal = §a sd-ar-ma-\§il-[im], 16.§e.zar.ke6.da = §a fku-ru-ul-liml OB Lu A 192 ff., and delete halumaSu CAD 6 (H) p. 55f.

Possibly var. of sarrar, q.v. sarkatu see sarqatu. sarkidu (or sarqidu, zark/qidu) s.; animal?); lex.*
z i. z i..

Possibly designating the person who is in charge of shocks or piles of grain. (an See also sarruA in 8a sarri. sarma'u s.; (mng. uncert.); SB. ana bukri u binti 8u-fqaml-me-im frum(?)-'-u-dig [b]ukra u binta ,uSdida sar-ma-' be very quiet(?) toward the son and daughter, make the son and daughter
draw (the) s.
Lambert BWL 108:16 (SB lit.);

= sd-ar-ki-du-um (followed by esidanum

water strider(?), samanu) UET 7 93:34.

sarku see zarku. sarkuppu (serkuppu, zarkuppu) s.; marsh, reed marsh; OAkk.
mugammirtu, si-qise-er-kup(var. -ku 6) -p, ti(var. -tum) = ta-am-td(var. -turnm) Malku II 35ff., var. from W.22671/1 i 37 and W.22831 i 39; [s] i-ir-ku-p[u] = [ti-a]-am-tum An VII 11; sa(var. za)-ar-ku(var. -kup)-pu (var. se-er-ku6 -pu) = a-pu

[ . .. ] sar-ma-'u-nihummura inatuni sutbi abdna la sdkipi i nislal nini our s.-s [are . . .], our eyes(?) are shriveled(?), remove the relentless yoke so that we may sleep En. el. I 121; anhussunu upalliha

177

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sarme ulaptirsa-ar-ma-§u-nuI gave rest to their
weariness, I undid their s. 5R 35:26 (Cyr.), see Berger, ZA 64 198.

sarraru A
x GI ma-ha-la-timu 2 GI sa-ra-ma-tim Ashmolean 1924.847:10 (OB let., courtesy

sarme s.; forest, woods; Hurr. word.

syn. list*;

120 kudurru F. R. Kraus); 296 harwa<ra>hhu 1 mat harwaruzzu 1 GI§ sd-ar-ra-am-t 23 hirwe 3 ariple HSS 13 107:5 (translit. only). sarramu see sirrimu. sarranu s.; sarrandte. (mng. uncert.); NA*; pl.

sa-ar-me = MIN (= qi-if-tum) suki forest, in the language of Subartu CT 18 4 K.4375 r. iv 21.

sarnu (or zarnu) s.; (mng. unkn.); OA.* i GfN 72 E kaspam inumi sd-ar-nam ittaddiuni ana kirrim ni~qulma ana eqlilu §a PN niSkun we paid x silver for a container (of beer) when they deposited(?) the s., and we put it on PN's account(?) for his field (delete this ref. CAD 1/2 (A/2) 298a arnu mng. 2a) BIN 6 142:13. sarqatu (sarkatu)s.; (part of a ruminant's stomach); OB, SB. [u z u.kun. &. g] a = sar-qa-tum (for context see
kukkudru) Hh. XV 124; uzu.kun.a(var. omits .a). .ga = sar-qa-tum (var. sar-q[at]) = ku-kuddr mes-sag-dm Hg. B IV 68, var. from Hg. D 73, in MSL 9 35 and 38. sar-qd-td = ku-uk-kdd-ru Malku V 10; [B]E ku-ku-ud-ru sar-qat sUHUx ri-qi-tum, BE sar-qat KUN(?) (or erasure) ri-qi-tum K.3667 iii 12f., cited

dsa-r[a-na-te] ina ahisunu ullu (the angd's) have s.-s suspended on their
arms
van Driel Cult of A99ur 88 vi 36 (coll.

S. Parpola), cf. GI§ sa-ra-na-te ittiqu ibid. 38; [...] GI sa-ra-nu 8a ina pan IStar
[. . .] CT 15 44:34 (= Pallis Akitu pl. 7); da-

ra-a-nu ikarruruthey place s.(-s) (in front of the gods) K.3438a:3, cf. dsa-ar-ra-naa-te paniunu ina muhhi nakri ilakkunu they make the s.-s face the enemy ibid.
6, dupl. K. 9923:12 and 14, see Menzel Tempel 2 T 82 f.; dsa-ra-nu KAV 42 ii 36, see Frankena Takultu p. 124:87.

Possibly to be connected with the probably Hurrian divine name Sardnu; see *sukkuktu discussion section. sarrartu (or zarrartu) s.; (mng. uncert.); MB.* Go out early in the morning, get under way ki nu.bulug.ga dib.ba.ab : sar (zAR) -ra-ar-tamMtiq cross the region 6 without boundaries (translat. of Sum.)
2N-T343 (= A 29975) r. 3 (MB lit., courtesy M. Civil).

Nougayrol, RA 65 82 (joined to K.1808, courtesy D. Kennedy).

karSum pi karSim riqitum kukkudrum
[. . .] sd-ar-ka-at RA 38 86 AO 7031 r. 20 (OB ext. prayer), parallel HSM 7494:68 and 128, cited JCS 21 178 n. 2; §umma qerbi kabbarutu

u sar-ka-at tisbutu if the large intestine and the s. are attached to each other
RA 65 73:55, also (with qattanitu) ibid. 56 (MB

ext.).
Hussey, JCS 2 29f. (abomasum); Moran, JCS 21 178ff. (duodenum).

sarrara (or §arrarid) s.; (a reed bundle?); lex.*
gi.sag(var. adds .gilim).nu.til.la = sar-raru-u Hh. VIII 170.

sarqu see zarku. sarramanu see sirrimdanu. sarramtu s.; (a wooden or reed utensil); OB. Nuzi.* 178

Compare giS.sag.gil. g n.ir (part of a harrow) = GI sarari,cited sardruD. See also sarirId. sarraru A s.; robber, criminal; OB, Mari, SB; cf. sararu. OAkk.,

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sarraru B
NU

sarratu
: sa-ra-a-ar : NU
GI.NA

GI.NA

la sat-ti

Hunger Uruk 72: 17 ff.

tim a-ta-wu-ii CCT 6 14:39 (all OA);

'a

iqtanabbdkum sa-ar-ra-tum-ma what he sd-ar-ra-ru itebblnimma mdtam uhal= keeps telling you is lies Kraus, AbB 5 157:13; laqu robbers will arise and lay waste the Summa itti bel le'im sd-ar-ra-tim ni-ta-ti land YOS 10 56 ii 41 (OB Izbu), see Leichty Izbu ni-ta-u (see am2 andku u kdti sd-ar-ra-a-ti p. 205; DUMU.MES-ia-mi-na istind sd-ar- A v. mng. 2b) YOS 2 19:7f.; sd-ar-ra-tim ra-ru (see istend mng. Ib) ARM 3 12:18, ugalikuka they spread lies about you cf. ibid. 24, cf. sd-ar-ra-ru ARM 5 81:18; LU. (parallel: §anidtim u~Slikuka line 6) TLB sd-ra-rt ina birigunu uwa'eruma 4 70:26 (all OB letters); matima PN sd-ra-tim ME criminals among them gave instructions ul idabbub PN never tells lies ARM 2 124:23 Ltj.MES ARMT 13 144:42, see ibid. p. 172; and 26, cf. akkima sd-ra-tim lamduma ARM sa-ra-riulta[sbit(ma)] ARM 10 73:21; sd- 14 66:37; Summa palhunikku u i<dab>bubu ar-ra-arqarrdd he is a braggart Labat sd-ra-ti aAum as&ina qdtika when they Suse 8 r. 29 (physiogn.); IHu-si-us-sd-ar-ra- fear you, they tell lies in order to escape ri-i§ (personal name, obscure) LegrainTRU from your hand EA 1:87 (let. from Egypt); 337:15, wr. Hu-su-us-sd-ri-iS UET 3 1383:9, sa-ra-a-ti addabub ... la §alimta aqtabi A 5326:6, see MAD 3 134. I have told lies, I have spoken unpropitious things KAR 45:8, see JNES 33 282:137; sarraru B s.; (peg fastening the two sar-ra-a-ti idbubma he spoke lies (and Lie Sar. took from him 22 fortresses) segments of a wheel); SB.* sar-ra-a-td(var. -ti) u la kinatu 101; gis.UD.SAR.mar.gid.da = sa-ar-ru, gis.kak. irukulu santakku (see santak usage b) UD.SAR.mar.gid.da

9

= sa-ra-ru Hh. V 90f.

Lambert BWL 88:280 (Theodicy);

ina sd-ra-

sar-ra-rail-ta-du-u §a linni piri they fastened(?) with ivory pegs STT 366:7,
see Deller, Assur 3 145.
von Soden, Salonen Festschrift 330; Reiner, JNES 26 196 n. 21.

**sarrarutu (AHw. 1030a) In Jankowska KTK 3 r. 11 read sa-al-ti-um, see Larsen
The Old Assyrian City-State 251 f.

tim-[ma] u de-sa-tim ittifu it-ta-na-<la>ku they follow him in falseness and treachery ARM 10 4:41; ina SaptiSa lulld ukdl sar-ra-a-ti En. el. IV 72, see Borger, RA 74 95f.; MURUB 4.ME9 sar-ra-a-tumbire-e-tum niphdti the middle parts are falsehood, the median areas are indecisive CT 20 44 i 52 (ext.), cf. (obscure) gerret nakri sar-ra-a-ti KI.MIN bi-ra-a-ti
Thompson Rep. 204:6.

sarratu (sarrtu)s. pl.; lies, falseness, fraud; from OA, OB on; cf. sararu.

b) qualifying a preceding substantive 1' with ref. to speech, writing, etc.: §a sag.lul = sa-ar-ru, sag.lul.a = [sal-ar-[ra-tu] ana 8ibi[t s]d-ra-tim liu . . . di[n sd-r]aKagal B 231f.; ka.lul.la.bal.bal = pu-um §a [t im [lidinudum] he who appears for false sd-ar-ra-tim i-t[a-wu-i] Kagal D Section 3:13; testimony, may they (the seven judges) di.lul.lul.la = MIN (= de-en) sar-ra-ti Izi C iv 25. give him a false verdict Belleten 14 228:47 lul.&m (var. lul.la.ta) en dili.ni ur.sag. g : ina sar-ra-a-tibelum edililu [qarrddu] (you and 49 (Irigum), cf. ibujt sd-ar-ra-tim CH said) falsely: Only the lord is a hero Lugale XI 7. § 3:60; amat sulle u sar-ra-a-ti idbubgSu ddsu sel sel sar-ra-a-ti CT 31 9 iv(!) 16 (ext. nitima (see sullh B) Winckler Sar. pl. 31 comm.). No. 66:38; rakbilu 8a dababti sar-ra-ti a) in gen.: sd-ra-tim iStaprakkum he [ipur] (Ursa) sent his messenger with a wrote you lies VAT 9234:10; sd-ra-ti-kd- mendacious message (to the Mannean ma umma attama mere lies on your part! governors) ibid. pi. 28 No. 59:6; dabab sayou said as follows TCL 19 60:8; sd-ra- ar-ra-a-ti atm6 nulldti ibid. pi. 44 D vii 29, 179

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sarriqu
see Na'aman, BASOR 214 32 n. 31; egirtu §a

sarru A

*sarrig B

(zarri) adv.;

like shocks of mu.un.

tuppi sa-ra-te ina muhhi u ilattar iqarriba ahgu ina muhhi bitigu iakkan he writes a forged document (recording a debt) against him, then comes (and) takes possession of his house KAV 197:28 (NA let.), see
Postgate Taxation 364; mar ipri §a sar-ra-a-

grain; SB; cf. sarruA s.

kur.nu.9e.ga

zar.re.eg

s al. s al [. . .] : mat la magirz zar-ri-i§ tu:

massi you have spread out the country of the unsubmissive like shocks (of grain)
BA 5 633 No. 6:22 f., cf. (Akk. broken) Angim I 48 (= 48), for unilingual Sum. refs. see Cooper Angim p. 109.

ti irruba a messenger with false rumors
will come in Boissier DA 7:16 (SB ext.); [ti. la lul.la : baldt sar-r]a-ti Lambert BWL 237
iv 15, Sum. restored from STVC 3 iii 15 and Sumerian Proverb Collection 3.54; [lul].

U.

sarru A

(sdru, sarru) adj.;

1.

mock,

la. ku.ku : a saldl sar(!)-ra-a-ti(var. sarat) sallu he who feigns sleep (for parallels see saldlu v. lex. section) Langdon BL No.
208:18, var. from BiOr 6 166:12.

false,

2.

criminal, fraudulent,

3.

(in

substantival use) criminal, thief, liar, 4. (a name of the planet Mars), 5. (a fish);

from OAkk. on;

pl. sarrutu; wr. syll.

2' in the Assyrian month name (narmak ASSur) 'a sarrdtim (second month of the year): ITI §[a] sa-ra-a-ti = ITI KIN. [dINNIN] 5R 43:32; ITI §a sd-ra-tim (parallel: 8a kinatim, see kinatu usage b)
Kienast ATHE 5:16, also ICK 1 68:19, ICK 2 16:9, 17:12, 149:5, HUCA 39 8 L29-557:10, and passim in OA, wr. ga sd-ra-tim ICK 1 97:13, 119:6, see Hirsch Untersuchungen 54 n. 281, wr. ITI.KAM sd(text KI)-ra-tim TCL 4 21:5, see Larsen The Old Assyrian City-State 204 n. 49;

and LUL; cf. sardru.
1U.IM = sd-ar-rum, l1.lul = sd-ar-rum OB Lu A 33 and 35, also B i 36 and 38; li.IM = sdrum (followed by l.IM.IM = garraqu) OB Lu D 151; lu-u LUL, lu-ul LUL = [sa-ar-ru] A VII/4: 118f., [lu] [LUL] = sa-ar-rum Recip. Ea A vi 34; [luul] [LU]L = sd-[ar]-rum Ea VII 292 (iv 29'); sag.lul = sa-ar-ru, sag.lul.a = [sal-ar-[ra-tul Kagal B 231f.; [nig.lul.la] [ni]-ik-lu-ul-la = sdar-rum RS 20.221:12 (Izi App.); lu.la.ga = haba-tum, sd-ru-um OB Lu A 282f.; ld.lul.la.ga =ra-bi-su, ld.IM i . ZU = ar-ra-qu, 16.u..HA sa-ar-ri (var. sar-ru-um) Erimhus V 72ff.; [§uHA(-da)] [SU.HA] = sa-ar-ri, §arraqu, palliu, habbatu, muttahlilu Diri V 101ff.; [hu-ul] [HU]L a sa-a-ru S Voc. AA 37; hu-ul HUL = sa-ar-ru Diri II 141; li-li-ib S91.9 = ha-ab-ba-tum, sd-ar-ruum, mu-ut-ta-ah-li-lum Proto-Diri 100ff., cf. li-ib = sar-r[u], §ar-r[a-qu], hab-[ba-tu], mu-t[a= sd-a-ru, sd-ra-ru, ah-li-lu] Diri II 75ff.; Sar-ra-qum Studies Landsberger 35:8ff. (Silbenvokabular A); [s]ag.bal.a = sa-ar-ru 5R 16 ii 48 (group voc.); me.me = sa-ar-rum(var. [§ar-ra-q]u) Studies Landsberger 34:5 (Silbenvokabular A); [ha-ar?] [HAR] = sd-a-rum = (Hitt.) ku-ru-ur apa pa-tar to be hostile S Voc. B 4', cf. A V/2:233. [mul].lul = sa-ar-ru Hh. XXII Section 11 A v 3'; mul.lulla= sa-ar-rum= dSal-[bat-a-nu] Hg. B VI 33, in MSL 11 40.

for the fuller form narmak A§§ur 'a sarra= tim see narmaku mng. 3b; ITI 8a sa-raa-te KAV 1 viii 64; ITI §a sa-ra-te KAV
168:23, 205:38, Symbolae Bohl 180:8, and passim in MA, abbr. ITI ra-a-tu AfO 16 pl. 12 Rm. 2,101 r. 21 (= Hunger Kolophone No. 46:5).

1I.91

91.91

sarriqu see zarriqu.

sarri§ A adv.; falsely, with malice; OB,
SB*; cf. sardru. §a aSpurakkum §umma sd-ri-i§ a-ta-PIal RN bell lu-PI-al regarding what I wrote

[lu]l ku 6 = sa-ar-ru(var. sa-a-ri) Hh. XVIII 70. l6.lul.la [gal 4].la ba.ab.us [1]d.nu.gi.na [gi] s. u.kin.bi min.am : sar-rumurteddf uri la kinu litta niggallau the liar chases after women, the dishonest man has two sickles Lambert BWL 255:7, cf. Jacobsen apud Gordon Sumerian Proverbs 469 No. 1.158; [dam] .nu.il.la [dumu] .nu. il.la [1M.lul.la n]i.ba.a [nu.il].la : <la> mut tallu alati MIN mari sar-ru la muttald ramaniu

to you, if I have answered falsely, I will be responsible to(?) Sumu-El, my lord
BIN 7 40:5 (OB let.); sar-ri-iS(var. -ed) kala

lumnu ilhuzuSu with malice they have inflicted(?) on him every evil Lambert
BWL 88:285 (Theodicy).

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he does not support a wife, he does not support a child, he is a cheat, he cannot even support himself Lambert BWL 255:12; mu.gibx(GIG). an.na.men mu.lu.lul.la.ga ba.an.u14 .e.en mu.lu.lul.la gaba.kur.ra.kex(KID) ba.an. u 14. e n : istarituandku sa-ar-ruutarrihanni sa-ar-ri §a irat 6ad utarrihanni(see arahu A lex. section) RA 33 104:25-28; 1i.lul i.me.a mu.un.na.ab. b 6. e : a sar-rat-mi iqabbini those who say: She is a liar ASKT p. 127 No. 21:53f.; 5 i.lul: kima hami[4] sd-ra-at RA 60 5 UM 29-15-174:6, see ibid. p. 6; gaLan.men mu.lu.lul.la e.a mi.ni.ib.ku4.k[u4] : beleku sa-ar-<ru>-t2 ana biti userreb I am the Lady, would I bring criminals into the house? ASKT p. 127 No. 21:55f., cf. mu. lu.lul.la : sar-ru-tu OECT6pl.28K.5255(!) r. If. and 7f., dupl. pl. 30 K.5159:13f.; i.gi.en i.gi. en nu.gi.en nu.gi.en: ana kinu kindku ana la kinu ul kindku // ana sar-ra sar-ra-ku(text -ki) // ana kinu kinat ana sar-ra sar-rat I am true with the true, untrue with the untrue, variant: I am false with the false, variant translation: she is true with the true, she is false with the false SBH p. 13 No. 6:14 ff. pal-li-4u, nittamilu, balsa ini, namra ini, narru, alpu, ardadu, karriru, lar-ra-qu = sa-a-ru Malku I 85-92; musall', raggu, ajdbu = sa-ar-ru Malku VIII 35ff.

il-[...] sd-ar-ru maruSunu [sarru: ma(?)] ana ekalli la errubu and wrote

§unu

sarru A

falsified tablets in Ugarit, the king [declared(?) them] criminals, they are criminals and their sons [are criminals(?)],

they shall not enter the palace (or the
city) MRS 6 97f. RS 16.249:18 and 23f.; PN

took the tin that belongs to me

appuh

awilim sd-ri-im iut annakam jdm ilteqe

not some (lit. in place of a) thief, he himself took my tin TCL 14 3:10, cf. awilum sdru-um .. . annaam ... uptarrir ibid. 24;

awilu sd(text PA)-ru-tum iltaptuni pania iktabtuma (see kabatu mng. 2a) Chantre 15:6; atta kima awilim sd-[ri-iml tal'amma you made the purchase like a deceitful man TCL 4 31:40 (coll. M. T. Larsen); (the wolf?) sa-ra Ielaba ubila brought the thieving fox Lambert BWL 194:26 (MA fable). b) in predicative use - 1' referring to fraudulent documents: if he does not hand over the merchandise to him tuppum annium sd-ar ... idukku the present tablet will be considered fraudulent, they
will break it Kiiltepe i/k 88:11 (OA), cited Or. NS 36 397 n. 2d; tuppum Sa ellianni sdar ICK 1 57:10, BIN 6 160:8, CCT 5 19b:13, Jankowska KTK 26:3, 99:7, 100:9, 102:12, and passim in OA; tuppum Sa ina bitija ellianni ... sd-ar TCL 21 264A: 19; §umma

1. mock, false - a) qualifying the date palm: gig.gigimmar.lul = sa-ar-ri Hh. III 344; gig.gigimmar lu[l. . .] : gilimf mari sd-ar-ri (in broken context) Lambert
BWL 270:14 (bil. proverb, Sum. from join courtesy W. G. Lambert).

§umu

b) referring to an uncorrected provisional quantity used in solving a mathematical problem): A.A LUL . . . A.9A GI. NA the "false" area - the true area TMB 93 No. 190:15, cf. A.9A sd-ar-ru MDP 34 75
No. 11:15, also ibid. 117f. No. 24:8, 20; putum LUL TMB 91ff. No. 189:10, cf. ibid. 11, No. 190:13; iddum LUL ibid. No. 189:9 and passim, No. 190:11 and passim; Se'um LUL ibid. 103ff. Nos. 207:16 and 20, 208:11 and passim, 210:14, 211:12; ma-nu LUL ibid. 90 No. 188:18.

tuppum uit etaliam tuppum annium sd-ar
ICK 2 95A:18, also JCS 14 1:13; ela tuppim

Sa bab ilim a illianni sd-ar (any other
tablet) that turns up besides the tablet of

the god's gate is to be considered fraudTCL 14 71:34; tuppui a elliuninni sd-ru CCT 5 25c:12, also ICK 2 112:20, tup: pum . . sd-ru-z UF 7 319:17 (all OA); tup: pum a ... illiam sd-ar ihheppi (any other) document that turns up is considered fraudulent and is to be broken

ulent

2. criminal, fraudulent - a) in adjectival use: [he seized?] alani sd-ar-rut[im] disloyal cities AfO 20 49 xiii 45 (Sargon); they counterfeited the seal of the great king u tup-pa-ti sd-ar-ru-ti ina libbi GN . . igatturu ... arru ... L.MES sd-ar-ru-ti

CT 2 31:18, also CT 48 15 r. 6,

for other OB

refs. see sihtu mng. 3; bita abuni ana abika ul iddimmi Mtuppaka sd-ar-ra-at-mi (they stated) our father did not sell the house to your father, your document is fraudulent MDP 24 393:10; ana DN ana ta-ma-

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sarru A tim ana tup-pu-um la sa-ru-maiddinuduma they handed him over to swear(?) to DN that the document is not fraudulent VAS
7 7:12 (OB), see Finkelstein, Studies Landsberger 243 n. 44.

sarru A PN ul sa-ar-ru PN 3 is the thief, PN is not the thief UET 7 19:14f.; sar-ru-ti a kard §a GN ikkisuma uttata imu'u (see maAA'u mng. la-2') Aro, WZJ 8 565 HS 108:34, also sar-ru-ti ittadnuni they have handed the thieves over to me (and I will bring them to GN) ibid. 37, cf. sar-ru-tu ina nukkusi la igammaru PBS 1/2 20:4; ina AB.GALka(?) sa-ra-ku-ma sarti . .. ina qdtija te: leqqe i ina a[l-pi-]]u(?) ul sa-ra-ku a alpa a-a i-x-q6(?) I am a thief with regard to your cow, and you may take the stolen item from me, but I am not a thief with regard to his ox, and he may not take the ox UET 7 15 r. 7 and 9, cf. [ul sa]-a-ar-ra-ku ibid. obv. 10, wr. ul sarra-ku CT 43 60:21, also ul sar-ra-ku-mi iqbi ... kiami iq-<bi> atta la sar-ra-ta
Ni. 1592:8 and 10 (courtesy J. A. Brinkman); the hazannu received 6 TcG a-ri-pi-i ina

2' other occs.: awdtulunu kina u sdar-ra mannum lu ide who knows whether their words are true or false? Laessoe Shemshara Tablets 32 SH 920:16; marti iprika §a piuni sd-a-ru (do not listen to) your messengers whose speech is deceitful EA 1:86; §undtulu sd-ar-ra (opposite: §undt garrim kina) his dreams will be false YOS 10 52 iv 22 (OB ext.); obscure: kaspi ina ki-ta-im sd-ru HUCA 39 23 L 29-567:9 (OA). 3. (in substantival use) criminal, thief, liar - a) in OB, Mari: §umma sabitum sdar-ru-tum ina bitiSa ittarkasumasd-ar-rutim guniti la issabtamma ana ekallim la irdeam if criminals plot in a tavern keeper's house and she does not arrest those criminals and bring them to the palace CH § 109:27 and 30; alum sd-arri-im u hab[bti] ,urim attanappa[rakkum] sd-ar-ra-am u habb[dti] ul tuarrd[m] I keep writing you to bring the criminal and the robbers, but you do not bring the criminal and the robbers TIM 2 28:3 and 5; sd-ar-rumuttablakkatu they are criminals and rebels Laessee Shemshara Tablets 57 SH sd-ar-ru-tum imhuruunutima 861:13; umma sa-ar-ru-tum liars(?) approached them and the liars (?) said UCP 9 328 No. 3:12f.; ana awat sd-ar-ru-tim la taqdl do not listen to the words of the liars ARM 10 49 r. 9'; in predicative use: sd-ar tuS= gamma idke he is a liar, he spread false reports CH § 11:1, also awilum St sd-ar § 13:22; PN sd-ar temi ul patirkum PN is untrustworthy, he does not relate my message to you Laessee Shemshara Tablets
38 SH 887:15, see Hirsch, OLZ 1961 40, cf.

Sqdt PN kimu sar-ru-u-ti §a ittifu ilriqu six .... -garments (as a fine) from PN (the thief) in the name of the (other) thieves who committed the theft (of cattle) with him UET 7 43:11, cf. sa-ar-ru-tum (referring to a theft of cattle) BE 14 119:6; naphar4 ERIN sa-ar-ru-tu UET 7 10:6, cf. liqita annita sa-[a]r-ru-tu x-x-te-e up: taq[qi]ru ibid. r. 5. c) in EA, Bogh., RS, Nuzi: Sarru ana L(.ME sa-ar-ru-ti §a ikkalinim karsija . .. la teemme may the king not heed the faithless men who calumniate me EA 160:30; gabbisunu [LU.MES s]a-ar-ru-utum belija all of them are disloyal to my lord EA 159:41, cf. LU.MES sa-ru-du EA 158:22 (all letters of Aziri); ana LO.GIR sa(!) ru-ti sunltu they are disloyal to the ....
EA 148:44 (let. of Abimilki of Tyre); 1 11 r.(!) 5 (Urgu story), see ZA 44 120; sa-ar-ra

(in broken context, parallel ki-na) KBo

§umma

awilum sd-ar VAS 16 188:41;
tero).

l-ul sd-ar-

ra-a-ku A IX/66:14 (Susa let., courtesy J. Botb) in MB: (PN was arrested for slaughtering a cow, PN2 stated) PN3 sa-ar-ru

andku issz itti LU.ME § sd-ar-ru-tiissi aAar riqma . . . LIj sd-ar-DU-tum a issi iSriqu andku ideduniti (I swear) that I do not steal wood with thieves or know the thieves who stole the wood HSS 13 422:25
and 27, cf. ibid. 13, LJ.MES sd-ar-ru-tum ibid.

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Lj.ME9 sd-ru-ti (referring to two men who stole (iltarqu) date palms?) AASOR 16 1:51 (Nuzi); see also MRS 6 97f. RS 16.249:23f., cited mng. 2a. 7, 10, and 21;

sarru A three ewes and a lamb YOS 6 137:3; PN L sa-ar-ru a 6.TA GUD.AB GAL.ME S'a DN ina sarti ... ibuku (see sartu mng.
2c-1') ibid. 144:1, cf. ibid. 9, also Lj sa-dr-

d) in MA, NA: bitu hammus unuti haliqta ina bit PN sa-ru-tu izzizu the house has been robbed, the thieves have now divided my missing furnishings in PN's home KAV 168:9 (MA let.); la habbulaku u la sa-ra-a-ku u bitqija ibtataq (see bitqu
mng. 4a) KAV 201:7, also KAV 169:7 (both

MA);

a <sa>-ba-tata-sa-ba-tu Lt sd-ar

Gilterbock Siegel 2 36 (pl. 83):7 (MA let., Bogh.), cf. i andku LJ sd-ar-ru(?) [S]a a(?)-na

muhhija i-[...] ibid. 9; andku usabbit sara ana bit nubari assili sa-ra alpi ana PN ' attidin I seized the thief and put him in the workhouse, I handed over the thief and the oxen to PN Assur 3 3 No. 1:12 and 14 (MA let.), cf. PN §a'al Summa sa-ra ana qdtdte ana PN2 attidin ibid. 19; Lt sa-r[ute] sabbutu L[U ... ] 'a kaspu ilq ni sabit the thieves were arrested, the [.. .] who took the silver was arrested ABL 551 r. 3, see Parpola, OLZ 1979 34, cf. annurig sa-[a][ru] §aniumma .. . assabta ABL 150 r. 1, cf. sa-ru-te Sa r 1.[x.M]E ina panija PN usabbit ibid. r. 9 (coll. K. Deller); sa-ru-te sa-bu-te (for sabbutu) VAT 14438:6, cited
Deller, Or. NS 30 255; Lj.LUL.ME9-Ai PN

ru u Lj sa-dr-ru-tu Sa ittigu ibbakamma . . . mad'altalunu ilakkan (see abdku A mng. 4c) ibid. 12f.; Lt sa-ar-ri-u-tuittija unu AnOr 8 21:34; PN sar-ti ultallimu .. PN 2 ana muhhi sar-ti §a UDU.NITA itti sar-ru-tum mala ba2 ul idabbub PN paid the restitution in full, PN2 will not raise a claim against any thieves with regard to compensation for the sheep UET 4 196:6; La sa-ru-i-tu abkamma (for context see sartu mng. 4b) BRM 1 76:8, cf.
ibid. 10, dupl. (both casts of the same tablet) AJSL 27 206 RCT 21:5 and 10; (if the stolen goods

are found in his possession) sa-ar-ri tl he is a thief UET 4 202:9, cf. sa-ar ibid. 12, La sa-ar-ri §a PN iWA2 TCL 12 60:6, La. LUL S[u-i] BE 8 51:6, wr. La sa-a-ri.ME9 TCL 12 26:5. f) in lit. and omens: sd-ar-rum i[na] libbi mdtim lu rela lu amtam ana [matim] nakartim uessi in the hinterland a criminal will let either a slave or a slave girl escape to an enemy land YOS 10 33 iii 28 sd-ar-ru-tum .GAL (OB ext.), also 34:7; igtanarriqu ibid. 26 iv 12; in that desert LUt Arame La Suti aSibut kutarimunnabtu sa-ar-ru mdr habbdti gubassun iddima Arameans (and) Sutians, who dwell in tents - fugitives, thieves, and robbers settled in Iraq 16 192 vii 59 (Sar.); ina amat parku ... innet.ter sar-ri§arrdqi a padana will he be saved from the business (?) of the brigand and robber who block the
road? IM 67692:298 (= K.3467 ii 3, tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert); habbatu sar-ruamelu
[. .. ] Or. NS 34 109:10 (namburbi); kima sa-ar-ri[.. .] (in broken context) Lambert BWL 95 r. 10; E sa-dr-ru-tum (in obscure context) Lambert Love Lyrics 126:6 and 1; Summa sa-a-ar if he is a liar (preceded by Summa kin) ZA 43 102:35 (Sittenkanon); sd-a-ar (apod.) AfO 18 63 i 11 (OB omens), also, wr. sa-a-ar Leichty Izbu III 22, KAR

uba'a PN will lodge a complaint against those guilty of it VAT 8737:19, cited ibid.,
cf. VAT 16542:17, cited ibid. 256, see also Iraq

32 131f.:10, cited sartu mng. 4a; PAP-ma 11 L( sa-ru-ti.ME 70 UDU.ME9 ig-da-azzu(text -lu) in all eleven criminals, they sheared seventy sheep Postgate Palace Archive No. 119:18 (all NA). e) in NB: 3 Lt sa-ar-ru-tum IGI-tum §a ka-as-bit-ti-ii-nu ina pan La.SUKKAL PN ideuniti PN knows the three .... thieves the property stolen by whom is with the sukkallu CT 55 163:4, cf. ibid. 7; ma4'altu Sa ... PN PN2 u PN 3 La sar-rut[u] ... Sa 3 lahrti u 1 kaluma ... ina sarti ibuki interrogation of PN, PN2 , and PN3 , the thieves, who took away by deceit

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sarru B
395 i 25, sa-ar BRM 4 22:2, see ZA 43 83,

sarru B

sd-ar
in

BRM 4 23:11 (all physiogn.); KAR 158 vii 33.

ki

sd-ra-

at adt hatti (incipit of a song, see hattu

adt hatti)

a) in MB, Nuzi, NB: 4 sa-ar-ri ki sarti ki izbili when they fraudulently carried away four shocks of grain PBS 1/2 51:5; uncert.: za-ar-ru (in heading of
list, beside wool) CT 51 17:1 (both MB); sixty sheep of PN's ultu za-ar-re-e 8a fPN2 assabassunuti HSS 13 310:7, cf. ina za-arre-e ['a fPN2 ] la imquttami ibid. 10 (Nuzi); uncert.: za-ar-ru [ki]-fi nusaddir imitti

g) as personal name: Sd-ar-ru-um TCL
2 5497:2, Sd-ar-um BE 3 166 ii 10 (OAkk.), Sa-ar-rum Sa-ar-ru-um YOS 12 303:4, YOS 13 82:4, VAS 7 140:4f., 130:3, hypocoristic(?): Sa-ri-ia YOS 13 15:14 (all OB), Sa-ar-ri-ia Peiser Urkunden 105:4 (MB).

nitemid we carefully imposed the imittu
tax on(?) the shocks of grain TCL 9 94:13
(NB let.).

4.

(a name of the planet Mars): see
in lex. section; UL sar-ru

Hh. XXII, Hg.,

(and six other epithets of Mars) : UL Salbat-a-nu 7 zikruIu CT 26 45:17 and dupls.,
see Weidner Handbuch 19; umma dSar-ru u

b) ...

in lit.: za-re-e sar-re-e §aba kard tabu (days) favorable for winnowing

bibbu imdahrumaizzizu ACh Supp. 49:11, also
K.7162 r. 5, gumma MUL.SAG.ME.GAR UMUL Thompson sa-ar-ri(var. -ru) NIGIN.[ME?] Rep. 195:3, var. from K.5961:4; MUL.LUL.LA ana tibdt Sari ACh Igtar 25: 18, also K.2202: 10,

the heaps of barley (and) collecting the tax from the storage piles KAR 177 r. iv 1
(hemer.).

see BPO 2 Text I.

sarru A in ga sarri s.; agricultural worker .in charge of making shocks; OB lex.*; cf. sarru A s.
lu. 9e.zar = §a sd-rril (followed by lu. 9e.zar. tab.ba = §a sarmahi, q.v.) OB Lu D 95; 1.S9e. zar.tab.ba = §a sd-ar-ri-im OB Lu A 192.

5. (a fish): abnu ,ikingu kima sa-ri KU 6 NA 4 .NfR madallu (see madallu usage
b) STT 108:24 (series abnu §ikinu); see also

Hh. XVIII, in lex. section.

For L(j.LUL in NA letters see parrisu.
For Surpu III 144 see sartu mng. 1.
Ad mng. Ib: Neugebauer, MKT 1 331 f.; ThureauDangin, RA 33 161 and RA 34 17ff. Ad mng. 3; Deller, Or. NS 30 255ff.

For ge.zar.tab.ba see ge.zar.tab. ba, ge.zar.hal.la, §e.zar.sal.l[a] = S[e-im hunti] Hh. XXIV 184ff., e zar.tab. ba. a[b] = [. . .] OBGT III 26. sarru B (zarru) s.; crescent- or halfmoon-shaped segment of a wheel; OB;
Wr. GI9.UD.SAR. gi .UD.SAR.mar.gid.da = sa(var. (followed by sarraru) Hh. V 90. za)-ar-ru

sarru B adj.; old; syn. list.*
sa-ar-rum, fugi, Malku I 79 ff. purfumu = §i-\i1-bu Explicit

2 GI.UD.SAR GI9.MAR.GID.DA and 43.

(for con-

text see eriqqu mng. 1c-1') OECT 8 17:22

sarru A (zarru, sarru) s.; shock, stack (of sheaves of barley); MB, Nuzi, SB, B, NB(?); Sum. lw.; cf. *sarris sarruA in Sa sarri.
za-ar ZAR = sa(var. za)-a-ru, MIN

The object wr. GI
GI

za-ar-rum Scheil

Sippar 98 No. 10:23 may be the same as the

za-ru-um UCP 10 110 No. 35:8, cited zaru s.

KI.MIN sd 6E sa-ar-ru §d A. sa-ar-ri Id Ea I 81f., cf. za-ar ZAR = za-ar-rum, §[A(?)]) A [za-ar-rum §d se-im], za-ar-rum [sd A.§A] I/2:259ff.; za(var. sa)-ar SUM = sa(var. za)-ar-ru b Ea IV 126; [za-ar] ZAR = sar-rum S I 147 (from 12N-660).

le-im,

§d

9E (vars.

The Nuzi refs. x copper ana giltahi PN ana za-r[i id]din ... 30 M[A.NA] URUDU MA.NA kaspu PN 2 ana za-ar-ri iddi[n]
HSS 16 459:12 and 16, cf. ibid. 22, may rep-

resent yet another word s/z/sarru. See also zarinu.
Salonen Landfahrzeuge 116 f.

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sarru C sarru C (or sdru, zdru) s.; (mng. unkn.); OAkk.* (list of 31 men) SU.NIGIN 31 GURUS UGULA PN za-ru LA PN 2 in all 31 men, foreman PN, (they are) s., missing: PN2
MAD 1 232 iv 12.

sartennu [(nu)] (followed by insabtu, ku-ut-ra-an[nu]) HSS 15 146:14. sargubbf see imsarubb2. sarta adv.; fraudulently, deceitfully; MB; cf. sardru. 1 AB.GAL 8a PN sa-ar-ta tablatma one cow belonging to PN was taken away fraudulently UET 7 15:2, cf. 2 GUD.MES 8a PN sa-ar-ta tabluma ibid. 3:2; one millstone ina qdt PN sa-ar-ta isr[iqu] they stole from PN deceitfully (or: criminally)
ibid. 40:10.

sarra see surrd v. sarruru see *surruru. sarrutu s. fem.; meanness, falseness, treachery, thievery; OA, Bogh., EA, Nuzi; cf. sardru.

a) meanness, falseness, treachery: ula The adverb sarta is used as an equivhalpiti ula sd-ru-ti it is not my accursedalent to ina sarti, see sartu mng. 2c-1'. ness nor my meanness (you have certainly heard that I cannot return the silver) sartatti adv.; deceptively; NB*; cf. KTS 6:12 (OA let.); ana §a PN ana mtim kilia -[rma(?) -§i(?) -za-ni-ni sd-ru-tdm sararu. fri-ul a-wi-[lul-tdm x x as for the fact mindema sar-ta-at-tiramanuugannema that PN ... .- ed me to the whole of the ussd mamma §a la ,a'dli la tuma88arama land, it is (?) meanness, not gentlemanly who knows, he may try to alter his apbehavior BIN 6 39:25 (OA let.); [4umma pearance (lit. alter himself deceptively) mam] man 9a mat Hatti ina sa-ar-ru-ti-§u and escape, so do not let anyone pass iqabbi if someone from GN asserts in the without interrogation ABL 292:19, see falseness of his heart MIO 1 116:21 (Bogh. von Soden, ZA 45 64. treaty), also ibid. 26; igtennutu ittatlaku ... ana a[bika] u pilunu sd-ru-ti idabbubu sartennu (sartinnu, irtennu) s.; chief gan2ti ittalku [u] sd-ru-ti idabbubunikku judge; Nuzi, NA, NB. first they went to your father and spoke [x.x].ba = sar-tin-nu (followed by gurgurru) treachery, then they went and urged Lanu B iv 7. Lj sar-tin (between sukkallu (dannu, Saniu) and treachery on you EA 1:73f.; §umma talak: kan anmutti awdte sd-ar-ru-ut-ti ina lib: ndgir ekalli) Bab. 7 pl. 5 iii 13 (NA list of professions), see MSL 12 239; [L]Y sar-t[i-nu] (in bika if you nurse these words of treachery group with LO [4 .[. . .], Lt d U[GU URU]) in your heart (you will die by the king's STT 385 iv 4, see MSL 12 235. axe) EA 162:37; ul tide sd-ar-ru-ut-da 8a a) in NA, Sargonid NB - 1' mentioned do you not know how disloyal Lj.ME with the sukkallu: sukkallu u L(J sa-drpeople are? ibid. 14 (both letters from Egypt). te-nu Sarru ina mdti ipteqid umma dinu b) thievery: Sarru kima sd-ar-ru-ut- kitti [u] migaru ina mdtija dina ... [adi] ana 1 alpi ittadl2 the king la PN ana hazannutu [ip] qidu Ld sa-ar-teti-au ... sentenced him to pay one ox for his nu di-na-a iptaras (see sukkallu mng. thievery JEN 347:32 (coll.). la-8') ABL 716 r. 11 and 15 (NB); nikkassi ki 8aLj sa-ar-te-nuip-ru-us-suu nikkassa sarsannu s.; (mng. uncert.); Nuzi.* 8a bit abija liddinuma let them give (back) my property just as the chief judge had [1]-en za-ar-za-an-[nu] rt(?)1 SAG.DUruled, as well as the property of my su-un 90(?) x [...] 4 ku-zi-ma-du-Su§d

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sartennu
paternal estate ibid. r. 27; inaNinuainaIGI sukkalli Lj sar-tin-nianadni li-tan-ka go

sartu c) in later NB: LJ sar-te-nu (and eight judges, who gave the verdict) Nbn. 64:3, cf. (verdict given) ina mahar Lj sa-ar[tel-[nu] u dajdni Dar. 53:10; property a L sar-te-en-na sukkallu u dajdnu ina tuppi ituruma Cyr. 128:15; ina qibi Lj sar-tin-nu u dajdne (PN received x silver) by order of the chief judge and the judges VAS 4 87:11, cf. La sar-te-nu u dajdne §a Nab'-na'id Nbn. 1128:6, cf. ibid. 10, 24, 26, VAS 5 156:6, wr. Lt sar-te-en VAS 6 99:2; tuppi LJ sar-tin-na rabiti u dajdni ana <Sangi> Sippar CT 22 234:1, also 235:1; (a slave girl) §a LJ sar-tin-nu u hazdnu ... ana PN iddinu whom the chief judge and the mayor had sold to PN AnOr 8 74:6, but (in similar context) Lt sar-te-niu da: jdne YOS 6 60:3; Lt sa-ar-ti-nu Sa GN
BRM 1 76:5, dupl. (both casts of the same tablet) AJSL 27 224 No. 21; La sar-te-nu (first
witness) Cyr. 312:29; L.A.KIN a La sar-te-nu S t 76-11-17,293, also Nbn. 55:14. Deller, Studi Volterra 6 650ff.

off to Nineveh for judgment before the vizier and the chief judge Iraq 32 132:8 (NA leg.); [denu a] SUKKAL sar-tin [ana] PN emeduni ADD 168:1; gifts for the queen, the crown prince sukkallu dannu, turtdnu, Lj sar-tin-nu, sukkallu ganiu ABL 568 r. 14 (= ADD 810); 4arru beli uda eqlu §a bit sukkalli eqlu §a bit Lt sar-ti-ni fD GN la e-bir the

king, my lord, knows that the land of the estate of the vizier and the land of the estate of the chief judge do not extend
beyond the Radanu river Iraq 20 187 No. 41:18; PNLj sar-tin-nu (as witness, before
PN2 sukkallu dannu) ADD 470:21, also (first witness, followed by [sukkallu] dan-[nu], [sukkallu 2]-z) Ebeling Stiftungen p. 4 r. 16*, (followed by sukkallu saniu) ADD 595:2. 2' other occs.: [Lj 8]sar-tin-nuhursdna

etemessunu the chief judge imposed on them (the undergoing of) the ordeal Tell Halaf 110:4, cf. 111:9; [. . .] §a deni x kaspi
...

'a Lj sar-tin emeduni ADD 171:5, cf.

[denu(?) 4a] PN r[Lj.ID1 [L]j sarti-<nu> ana PN emeduni Iraq 25 95 (pl. 23) BT 118:2, see Kinnier Wilson Wine Lists 22; kimu
164:1;

sartinnu see sartennu. sartu (sartu, satu, satu) s. fem.; 1. lie,

garri kabtu sIG-am imdt ... udina urah umdte la illaka LT sar-tin-nu-Sd mete (the

falsehood, treachery, 2. fraud, misdeed,
criminal act, 3. stolen property, 4. fine, compensation (for stolen property); from OB on; NB s/sastu; wr. syll. and LUL-ti (VAS 1 86:27); cf. sardru.
[n g.lu]l.la = sd-a-a[r-tum], [nig.g]i.na = kii-it-[tum] Nigga Bil. B 53f.; di.lul.la = MIN (= de-en) sar-ti, di.lul.lul.la = MIN sar-ra-ti (preceded by di.nig.gi.na = den kitti, di.nu.gi.na = MIN la MIN) Izi C iv 24f. na 4 .kisib.lul.la an.da.gal : kunukki sa-arti nagi he presents a fraudulent tablet Ai. VI iv 15f., cf. 17f.; lul.la.bi ... al.n : ina sarti- 4 ... sal-lu4 (see saldlu lex. section) SBH p. 78 No. 44 r. 21f. zu = sar-tum STC 2 pl. 51 iii 5 and dupl. pl. 60 K.8299:9 (comm. to En. el. VII 40).

omen foretold) "A well-known influential person will die in the king's stead," a full month has not passed and his chief judge
is dead ABL 46 r. 14, see Parpola LAS No. 298;

ana LO sar-tin-n[i] (in broken context)
CT 53 78 r. 10; PN sar-tin-[nu] (eponym) RLA 2 429 year 671, cf. ADD 266 r. 12; PN Ltj sar-tin-nu VAS 1 69:13 (inscr. of the turtanu Samgi-ilu); PN sar-tin Johns Doomsday Book No. 5 ii 5; PN §a bit LJ sar-tin-ni (witness) Postgate Palace Archive No. 15:48, also PN Lj. ENGAR Sa La sar-tin-ni ADD 160 r. 5, see Postgate NA Leg. Docs. No. 43:20.

b) in Nuzi: flour ana La gi-ir-te-ennu ga URU GN HSS 14 140:15, also, wr. sd-ar-te-en-[nu] ibid. 99:6, see Deller, WO 9
297.

1. lie, falsehood, treachery: ana minim sd-ar-ta-amtalapparamwhy do you write
me a lie? CT 29 5b r. 11 (OB let.), see Frankena, AbB 2 128; awatum i... sd-ar-tumma ARM 3 73:17; Sa ina sd-ar-tim isak[kis

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sartu lu(?)] JRAS Cent. Supp. pl. 7 r. iv 14 (OB hymn to Papulegarra); kittu u sa-ar-td ana amaS (the stone KA.GI.NA.DIB) reports to Samag whether (whatever he says) is true or not Kocher BAM 194 vii 16 (series

sartu qdte L s-a-ri.ME9 inagi ahdme8 8unu in the matter of the theft of PN's slave, jointly owned by PN2 , PN3 , and PN4 , they will share equally in whatever they recover from the thieves TCL 12 26:1 (all NB); sar-tum §a libbi itepul PN hazannu issabassu he committed a fraud in that regard(?), and the mayor arrested him (but then released him) TCL 9 123:19 (NB let.); sd-ar-t[a] la tepupu puluhta [...] la ikkalka commit no fraud, lest the fear [. . .] consume you Lambert BWL 240 ii 11 (SB proverb); amelu Sa sar-td ippu88umma diku Summa kesi 4umma nuppulu Summa sabit Summa ina bit killu nadi a man who commits fraud is either killed or flayed or blinded or arrested or put in jail ibid.
146:44, cf. ibid. 40ff. (Dialogue), sar-ta-am-ma

u.annd

abnu §ikindu); d

A.ZU

...

a sa-ar-ti u

k[it] tu umtassd aru§#u DN who discerns
falsehood and truth everywhere En. el. VII 40, for comm. see lex. section; ana kitti u

sar-ti lu itma he swore to truth and falsehood JNES 15 136:94 (liplur lit.), cf. mamit kitti u sar-ti Surpu III 12, also mdmit sar-tiu gillati ibid. 144, dupl. UET 6/2 407:9; sa-ar-

tam itammu he speaks lies (apod.) AfO 11 223:17; will they conquer this city ina sihi . . . ina barti ina sd-ar-ti (see sihu A
usage c)
Lambert),

IM 67692:50 (tamitu, courtesy W. G. cf. al kic§iti ina sar-ti ina x x

issabbat VAT 10218 ii 5 (astrol.); ina URU BI ner-tum u sar-tum GAL in that city there will be massacre and treachery K.9057+ ii
51 (SB Alu, courtesy S. Moren).

ul eppuS ibid. 43 var.; for other refs. see
epeu mng. 2c (sartu). b) qualifying a noun: he took an oath, saying atta dMtS lu tide tuppi sd-ar-ti la epulu you, IMtar, know that I have made no fraudulent document MDP 24 393:17; ina kunukkdtigunu ibrumu u andku kunuk sd-ar-tim ugabrim they (the witnesses) impressed their own seals, but I had (someone else) make the impression for me (using) a fraudulent(?) seal (obscure) Scheil Sippar 10 r. 32 (OB leg.), see also Ai. VI, in lex. section. ina sarti c) in adverbial use - 1' fraudulently, by stealth: 2 AN9E.ME 9 1 SAL.HJB a PN i-na sa-ar-ti ta-ab-l[uma] two donkeys and one she-ass belonging to PN were taken away illegally
Ni.1592:2 (MB leg., courtesy J. A. Brinkman); PN Lj sa-ar-ru a 6.TA GUD.AB GAL.ME§ 8a DN ina sa-dr-ti ... ibuku PN, the thief,

2. fraud, misdeed, criminal act - a) in gen.: al§um naszhi ina GN sd-ar-tum ib bali[ma] arrum napigtam afranum iduk (see nasihu usage b) ARM 2 18:32; sdar-tum u gullultum ul ibbagi (his territory was in good order) there was neither fraud
nor felony
Syria 19 109:29 (Mari let.);

sd-

ar-ta-am haliptam la epulu I did not commit a misdeed covertly (oath) TIM 4 36:21 (OB); iwitam u sd-ar-tam la epulu (my property was lost along with yours) I did
not counterfeit (the burglary) Goetze LE ]u § 37 A iii 22 and B iii 5; [§umma ...

sa-[a] r-ta mimma tetapal if she has committed any misdeed AfO 17 284:83, also
ibid. 86 (MA harem edicts); sa-ar-ta ippulma

PBS 1/2 43:26 (MB let.);

sa-ar-ti Sa . . .

eplatuni the crime that was committed
VAT 14438:3 (NA), cited Deller, Or. NS 30 255;

sa-ar-tum ki [i]tepu§ CT 55 158:30; sa-aS-

ta-a ga alpi ki ipu§ qdt sibitti ina qdtifu ki asbata ki dbuku (see sibittu mng. 4) YOS 6 183:14, cf. PN sa-ag-ta-a ul IpuS ibid. 12; ina sa-dr-ti 8a qalla §a PN ahu zittu ga PN2 PN3 u PN4 mimma mala ina

who took away unauthorized six head of cattle of the Lady of Uruk YOS 6 144:2, cf. LUJ sar-ru-t[u] a ... senu ga PN ... ina sa-ar-ti ibukil ibid. 137:7, cf. ibid. 19; 5 GUD 8a ina sa-dg-tum PN ibuk utdrma PN2 ana PN3 inandin PN2 must return the five oxen which PN took away illegally and give them to PN3 PBS 2/1 85:9, cf.

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sartu ina sa-dg-tum ana GN ki nibuku YOS 7 19:4; five sheep ina sa-dr-ti ultu senija ab-ka-' were taken by stealth from my flock YOS 6 123:5; x KIt.BABBAR kimu sa-ar-tum §a alpi §a PN ga PN2 u PN 3 ina sa-ar-tum ikkisu' 14 shekels of silver as compensation for the ox belonging to PN which PN2 and PN 3 slaughtered illicitly YOS 6 184:1 and 3, KT.BABBAR put 9u"-i--nu Sa ina alpi §a ina sa-ar-tum Sa itti sdbi ikkisu' the silver is a warranty payment(?) for their share(?) of the ox which they along with (other) workmen slaughtered illicitly ibid. 11; ina sa-ar-tum ultu bit akitu nad he took (bronze rings and a bronze mounting) fraudulently from the akitu house YOS 7 89:7; ina sa-arina sa-artum ina miSi PN ittasah ... tum nasata ina bit PN3 abija dtamar (one witness said) "During the night PN by stealth removed (the grinding-stone of PN2 ," and another witness said) "You took (the grinding-stone from the storehouse) stealthily, and I saw it in the house of
PN 3, my father" YOS 7 10:7 and 12; ina sa-

sartu
r. 8, and passim in NA leg., wr. sa-dr-ti ADD 776:5, sa-ar-te VAS 1 92:31, sa-dr-td ADD 284:8, 310 r. 14, AJSL 42 192 No. 1170 r. 4, Tell Halaf 109 ,r. 4, Postgate NA Leg. Does. No. 8:14, note, wr. LUL-ti VAS 1 86:27,

see also bennu A usage c; three guarantors issu pan sa-ar-te qdt sibti habulle (see habullu) ADD 307 r. 13; PN said to PN 2 sa-ar-ta-a ana panika PN 3 ulteribi arkiSu PN2 kiam iqbdssu umma ana sa-ar-tika ul idi alla 3 TJG musibti ina qdtesu ana kaspi andahar "PN3 turned over my stolen goods to you," then PN2 said to him, "I do not know about your stolen goods except for the three ... .- cloths that I bought from him" UET 4 202:2 and 5 (NB leg.); sarrdkuma sa-ar-ti.. . ina qdtija teleqqe (see sarruA adj. mng. 3b) UET 7 15 r. 7 (MB). 4. fine, compensation (for stolen property) - a) in MA, NA: sa-ar-taSa ammia ana emddini ana jdli limidunni let them impose on me the fine that is to be imposed on that one (if I handed over the thief to PN) Assur 3 3 No. 1:20 (MA); denu GUD.NITA 'a ... ina muhhi sa-ar-te PN issu bit PN 2 iAriquni ... issen GUD. NITA sa-ar-tdi a GUD.NITA Sa i riquni PN emid kim sa-ar-te-Sd sabit judgment regarding the theft of an ox which PN stole from PN2 's house, one ox as fine for (stealing) the ox which he stole was imposed on PN, he is held in place of the fine (he will go free when he brings the ox)

d-turn isbatalimma ana PN id-di-nu-ug
AnOr 8 27:3, see AfO 16 68 (all NB); [... ina] sar-ti la i-tab-bal Lambert BWL 106

§a

colophon e:3, cf. pdlih Bel u Nabt ina sar-tdi NU GI -gti he who reveres Bel and Nabfi must not remove it fraudulently
CT 12 3 iv 49, and passim in colophons, see Hunger Kolophone Nos. 124-128.

2' k sarti fraudulently: 4 sa-ar-ri ki sa-ar-tiki izbili ina qdtilunu assabat (see sarru A s. usage a) PBS 1/2 51:5, cf. CT 43 60:6 (both MB letters); if her husband stayed ki sa-ar-[ti] sabitma away because itah[hir] he was delayed by having been
arrested falsely KAV 1 iv 107 (Ass. Code § 36).

ADD 160:6 and 10f., see Postgate NA Leg. Docs.

3. stolen property: sibti benni ana 100 ume sa-ar-tu ana kal sandte (var. imdte) (a slave guaranteed against) a seizure of bennu disease for one hundred days (and) (against the slave's) being stolen property (or: being a criminal) in perpetuity ADD 642 r. 10, var. from ADD 248

No. 43; judgment which the sartennu imposed on PN 300 emmere adi sa-dr-ti.PN adi nieu ... .kum300 emmere i-na... adi sa-dr-ti-i-na ... na-,i (<na> three hundred sheep along with the fine for (stealing) them, PN is held(?), along with his people, in place of the (stolen) three hundred sheep with the fine for (stealing)
them ADD 164:3, 8, and 14, cf. 1 La 2 Gat.

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sartu ... ana PN ussallim ittidin fine, he paid it in full to PN Iraq 16 45 (pl. 9) ND 2337:3, cf. ibid. 36 ND 2301:1, cf. also sa-ar-tid a xx [x] PN ana PN2 ugallam PN will pay in full the fine for the camel(?) Iraq 25 95 BT
118:8, also Postgate Palace Archive 92:1 and 4, 96:3; x Kt.BABBAR . .. sa-dr-tU §a KT.GI No. 21;

saru see also YOS 6 184:1, cited mng.

2c-l'.
For ASKT p. 127 (No. 21):55f. see sarruA adj. lex. section. For BRM 1 76:5 see sartennuusage c. San Nicol6, Or. NS 19 230. Ad mng. 4a: Post-

gate NA Leg. Docs. p. 164.

§a Maar ... u. mma... la i[ddi]nu sadr-tu ana 10-te uallumu x silver as fine for (stealing) the gold of DN, if (they) do not produce (PN), they will pay the
compensation tenfold Iraq 25 94 BT 115:3 and 10; the vizier imposed on him (a

sartu see sardu. sar'u s.; (mng. uncert.); SB.* sa-ar-'i8a seni tasammidma iballut you bandage him with s. from sheep and he will recover Kocher BAM 497 ii 9; 9E. BULUG 3 ina teleqqi itti sa-dr-['i] a Ug.
UDU.HI.A tuballal you take that malt and mix it with s. from sheep ibid. 303:15.

penalty of) 210 minas of copper kilm sa-ar-ti-guURUDU.ME ~ ta-si ittidin in lieu of the fine imposed on him, the copper, he gave him into debt-slavery(?) ADD
161:6, see Postgate NA Leg. Docs. No. 46; Saar-ti ina PN etapu ... ma LUO.LUL.ME9

aninu x kaspa sa-ar-td in-du x kaspu qaqqad sa-ar-ti ana PN uss[allimu] (five men) committed a crime in PN's house, (they confessed) saying, "We are criminals," they were given a fine of x silver, they paid in full the x silver, the original amount of the fine to PN Iraq 32 131 f.: 3 and
11f. (NA); fPN 4a kim sa-ar-te . . . sabtuni KAJ 100:8; SAL adi sa-dr-ti-sd iddan ADD
94:3, cf. ADD 105 r. 2, see Postgate NA Leg. Docs.

t

See also sarbu disc. section. saru s.; whisk; NA.* a)
biti

pituhu nazi it is the responsibility of the overseer of the temple to wave the whisks from the foot of the dais to the base of the temple (wall) Ebeling Parfiimrez.
pl. 37 ii 15, cf. ibid. 21, see Ebeling Stiftungen 24,

GIg

in rit.:

issu Pepe parakki adi ildi sa-a-ri §etuqu . .. .a muhhi biti

cf. sa-a-ri tuettaq BBR No. 61 r. 8, cf. No. 62 r. 6; L(j Sa biti §ani [errab]uniGIS sa-a-ri

No. 42:16; PN emdru adi sa-ar-te ana PN2 ussallim ittidin VAT 8737:6, cited Deller, Or.
NS 30 255.

usse<ne>ttuqu illuku the sa biti sani officials will enter, they will wave the whisks, and
they will leave MVAG 41/3 66 iii 53, cf. LU.ID.ME GI sa-a-riussetiqu Or. NS 22 37:17; 'a biti Sani GIg sa-ra-a-ni ina qad

b) in NB:

1 GfN KO.BABBAR ana Kt.

nadin CT 57 cf. sar-ti ultallimu (for context see 278:2,
BABBAR sa-d,-tum ana PN

sarru A adj. mng. 3e) UET 4 196:2, cf. also ibid. 5; Lt sa-ru-i-tu abkamma ana a a-daPN idin(nu) a sa-ar-as-su

an-na-' Ltj sa-ru-i-tu ana PN la addinnu LO sa-ar-tum e-si-x-am-ma ana PN ettiru (he said) "bring the criminals and hand them over to PN and pay him his compensation" - thereupon(?) (PN2 took an oath, saying) "(if) I do not hand over the
the compensacriminals to PN, I will .... and pay it to PN" BRM 1 76:9 and 12, tion
dupl. (both casts of the same tablet) AJSL 27 224

,ullimu

teounu 1-en qaqq[ullu] ina qdti'u ana massarte izzazzu the §a biti Sani officials will be on duty with the whisks in their hands and one with a box in his hand
MVAG 41/3 66 iii 47,

cf. 1-en GIg sa-a-riu
ibid. 62 ii 22, 66 iii 54.

qaqqullu ina qdtifu

GI sa-ri Saptd[u] other occ.: b) his (the god's) lips are s. KAR 307:2, see
TuL p. 31. Miiller, MVAG 41/3 78f.

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saru saru v.; 1. to whirl, to circle, dance, to make a circle; 2. surru (with srta) from OB on; I isur - isdr, II; cf. strtu.
UL.UL = itkupum, sa-a-ru-um, banm OBGT XI v 6ff.; UL.UL = itkupum, sa-ru-um OBGT XIII 18f.;
du
.

stru whirl (over?) the high roofs, the broad roofs like waves CT 16 12 i 24f., parallel UET 6 391:18f., cf. [. . .] a.gi 6 .a.ginxmu. un.UL.UL.[ne] : [ ... ]-ti agi i-sur-[ru] JRAS 1932 557:16f.; see also OECT 6 pl. 10, in lex. section. 3' other occs.: ina birit kalbi li-su-ru kuluilua ina birit ku-lu-li(text -lu)-Sd lisu-ru kalbi elida qulmi li-su-ru let her headbands whirl among the dogs, let dogs whirl among her headbands, let axes whirl over her head Maqlu V 47ff. b) to circle, dance: umi4am ,ukun hidhtam urri u mii su-ur u melil make rejoicing every day, dance and play day and night Gilg. M. iii 9 (OB), cf. [etlu] u ardatu i-su-ru i[m-mel-lu] Lambert, Kraus AV 194:3; kima are i-sa-a[r eliu] (var. [kima ar&] a-su-ra elilu) he (GilgameM?) circles like an eagle over him (Enkidu)
Gilg. VIII ii 18, var. from STT 15 r. 14, see JCS 8 93;

d

7

i t -k u -p u,

UL.ULsa-ru Proto-Izi II144 f.; UL.UL

= s[a-ru]

Proto-Izi II Bil. A iv 10'; [UL.U]L =

sa-a-ru (in group with §itahhutu to jump about,

melulu) Antagal N iii 2, cf. gu 4 .ud.tag.g[a] = sa-a-ru (in same group) Erimhug II 187; e.ne. dug 4 = melulum, sa-a-rum, ra-a-su Izi D iv 34ff.; [me] = sa-a-ru Izi E 10; ni-gi-in NIGIN = sa-a-ru
Ea I 47t, also Diri I 336; 9u.hub.hub = sa-a-ru

Erimhu II 244.
[...] a.gi6.a.ginx(GIM) UL.UL : a kima ag i-sur-ru which toss like waves OECT 6 pl. 10 K.5298:9f.; for other refs. with Sum. corr. UL.UL see mng. la; illuru ku§.E.1B.TR.Mfi Su.si.sa. da.zu Ux(GISGAL) ha.ra.an.dBUR.d"BUR.ne tilpdnu u kabdbu ina Sutesuriki meh li-su-ru-ki when you (Istar) make (your) throwstick(?) and shield ready, may the storms rage for you RA 12 74:17f. sa-a-ru = re-du-u LTBA 2 2:191. i-sur : i-[su-ur] CT 41 26:7 (Alu Comm., to

Tablet XXVII).

ina sa-a-ri-id-nuuhtapp Sirarau Laba 1. to whirl, to circle, dance - a) to nanu as they (Gilgames and Huwawa?) whirl - 1' said of storms and demons: circle (each other), Mounts GN and GN2 im.hul im.hul.bi.ta UL.UL.me§ : itti are shattered Bagh. Mitt. 11 95 ii 5 (Gilg. V); they (the imhulli sari lemni i-sur-ru ,umma MIN ina DUG.NfG. [DOR.BR1 i-sur demons) whirl with the evil winds CT 16 if ditto (= a gecko) ... .-s in the ferment19:38f.; u 4 .bi.a imin.bi dingir.hul.a. ing vat CT 38 42 r. 49 (SB Alu, coll. S. Moren), meg ul4.h6.a UL.UL.me : inuSu sibit: cf. ina GIA.NA LOt [i-su]r ibid. 51, and passim tilunu ilu lemniti ina Iupuk lam i-sur-ru in lines 44-53, for comm. see lex. section; §umma then the evil gods, the seven of them, kalbu . . . i-sur Leichty Izbu XXIII 15. whirled about at the base of the heavens ibid. 20:70ff.; aam dtu issanunda i-sa-ar 2. surru (with strta) to make a circle: meht (in the battle) the dust storms were bilat qand teleqqi urigalla teppuS su-ur-ta whirling, the storm dancing BBSt. No. 6 i 32 (var. su-'-ur-ta) tu-sa-ar-ma gutukki ana (Nbk. I), cf. IMtar aa ina qabal (var. qereb) Ea ama u Asalluhi tanaddi you take i-su-ur-ru who whirls like a teS agamadnig a load of reeds, tie reed bundles, arrange dust storm in the midst of the fray Yos (them) in a circle, and make reed huts 1 42:3, var. from dupl. UCP 9 388:3 (Asb.); see for Ea, Samag, and Asalluhi BBR No. also RA 12, in lex. section; §umma Gmu 39:4, dupls. K.6810, K.8117, var. from PBS 12/1 7 irupma i-sa-ar IM.[.. .] if the day grows r. 10 (SB rit.), see Surpu p. 61 ad line 87; [sudark and the [storm?] wind whirls ACh ur-t]a tu-sa-ar egubbd tanandi tuSken you Supp. 2 Adad 115:13. make a circle, put the egubb basin (in it), r. bd.da ir. 2' said of waves: prostrate yourself BBR No. 1-20:99, cf. sudagal.la a.gi 6 .ginx UULUL.ne : uri ur-ta tu-sa-ar STT 73:67; see also K.4657 + elti uri rapluti kima ag6 i-sur-r they CT 13 32, cited sfrtu.

§unu

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sarfim In LKA 142:36 i-su-qu [. . .] occurs in an
174:10,

sasinnu
LJ s8d-si-nu JEN 451:17,

unintelligible context.
In CT 12 25 i 40 (= A I/2:57) collation shows ta-a-ru; ibid. ii 10 (= A I/2:128) collation shows saha-rum.

also PN sd-si-ni HSS 5 65:16, PN PN L sd8(!)-si-

en-nu JEN 260:13;

twenty bows ga qdt

sart1m adv.(?); (mng. unkn.); OA.*
Iumma awatPN tagtamra sd-ru-i-um ina kaspija §a-im ina awitikunu adi kaspam

ultabbini sd(text ki) -ru-u-um qdti lu-bi(or -kd)-il5 if you (pl.) have settled the dispute with PN, s. is bought with my
silver, until I have (or: he has) been

PN Lt sa-si-ni VAS 19 20:8 (MA), cf. PN DUMU sa-sin KAV 119:16 (MA); Ltj sasi-nu ADD 513:13; 200 arrows PN Lt sa-ds-sin-nu mahir YOS 17 211 r. 3 (NB), cf. Lj sa-sin-nu YOS 6 32:7, Lj sa-si-in-ni x [. . .] UET 4 134:14; laknu §a LJ sa-siin-ni.ME TuM 2-3 180:6 and subscript to seal; as "family name": La sa-si-in-ni Dar.
316:3, CT 4 30b:11, Peiser Vertrage No. 103:14

(all NB);

L.ME9

§a-al-§i-nu (beside

La.

satisfied with the silver, s. I myself will bring (?) (or: keep) from your shipment
(obscure) CCT 2 45b:24 and 27 (coll. M. T. Larsen).

ASGAB line 5)

ann2 ga-si-nu

Wiseman Alalakh 227:7 (OB); UF 1 47 No. 10:13 (MB Alalakh); MDP 23 277:16.

PN sd-si-nu (as witness)

b) sasallu (tendon) see SaSallu.

wr.

ZADIM

(i.e.,

MUK

often

with added vertical wedges): in OAkk.: zadim.gi.ti arrow-making 8. MDP 14
103 No. 71 i 17'f., RTC 126 r. 3, ITT 2 962:4, ITT 3 6414:4, MAD 1 215:39; in Ur III: PN ZADIM (on a weight) RA 22 152; in OB: CT 8 3a:38, YOS 8 134:29; in MB, early NB:
103:22, BE 15 37:55, 190 ii 14, BBSt.

sasaptu s.; (mng. unkn.); lex.*
na 4 .ma(var. .ma).da.la.za.gin = pa-ap-pat i-ni (replaced by sa-sap-t[um] in one source) Hh. XVI 91.

PBS 2/2 The Sum. equivalent m d. da. 1 "raft" No. 9 i 17, and passim in this text; in MA: does not help to determine the mng. of sihpa §a GIS.PAN Sesiani ana iskari Sa L. sasaptu; the variant translation pappat mni ZADIM dina take out bark for (making) "eyebrow" may suggest a connection with bows and give (it) to the s.as working sapsapu, q.v. material KAV 100:22; 8 ERIN.MES GAL.

sasaruggu see sataruSu. sasa'u (to call) see §as2. sasinnu (zazinnu,
,adinnu, Masinnu)

ME

La.ZADIM.PAN.ME

AfO 10 30 VAT

15400:8; in Nuzi: LO.ZADIM (receiving wool rations) HSS 13 274:7 and 8, 230:29, s.;
245:8, (as witness) JEN 69:13 and JENu 41:15, cf. also HSS 13 245:8 (= RA 36 214), Genava 15 8

maker of bows and arrows; from OAkk.
on; wr. syll. and MUK (in NB U+MUK).
b za-di-im ZADIM = sa-si-nu S II 161; [za-d]im ZADIM = za-zi-in-[nu] A VIII/2:106.
z

itu i kari No. 2:8; 4 li-mi GI.ME 9iu-ku-te Sa ana PN agbu afar PN LO.ZADIM four

thousand ,ukidu arrows from the work assignment debited to PN (are) with the
S. PN ZADIM HSS 14 586:5 (translit. only), GI.ME9

a.

[z

i].in = dJ-a

sd

sa-si-ni CT 24 43:133.
LT.MUK.GI.KAK. , L1J.GAL.

LU.MUK.GI9.<<GI TAG.GA.ME9, ZADIM

).PAN.ME9,

Lt.MUK.GI9.KAK.TI.ME

Bab. 7 pl. 6 r. i 6ff., also STT 385 ii 22 ff. (NA list of professions), see MSL 12 234.

NA: La.ZADIM.ME

§a

cf. La.

Sumer 32 127 No. 7:2;

in

(in ration list) Iraq 23

pl. 16 ND 2489 ii 19, see Kinnier Wilson Wine Lists 156 No. 35, cf. (as witness) ADD 281 r. 8, 379:2;

a)

wr. syll.: [. . .] PN sa-si-ni-im

IM
PN

in NB (as "family name"): CT 4 30b:11; in
lit.: if they give him the tools of L.MUK (between SIMUG and BAHAR) Dream-book
323 ii 3.

49305:28 (OB let., courtesy H. al-Adhami);

L(J sd-si-in-nu 8a GIS.PAN.ME§

HSS 13

445:21; PNLt sd(!)-si-in-ni (witness) JEN

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sasinnu c) wr. U+MUK: x silver, the price of 6 GI9.PAN.ME9 PN LU.U+MUK six bows (given to) the 8. PN GCCI 1 371:2, cf. YOS
kig-ka-ni-e - s. BRM 1 working with kigkand (wood) 95:19f.; PNLI U+MUK YOS 7 124:6, 95:22-29, VAS 1 70 ii 17 (note the ZADIM sign, ibid. ii 33), PSBA 23 pl. after p. 192:25, wr. DI9+MUK CT 41 42:39, see Hunger Kolcphone No. 168; as "family name": Peiser Vertrige 106:13, VAS 5 3 edge, Nbn. 270:16, Camb. 122:4, 179:5, 5R 68 17 339:5; Lt.U+MUK

sasql
Sar. OAkk., see Deimel SL 2 No. 3B no. 1) refers

to the zadimmu or the sasinnu, and is

compounded by the similarity of these designations for different craftsmen. Note that in OB Proto-Lu 681 Source B the bow maker (preceding a gab) is designated
as [p]an.dim.dim, and in ED Lu E 37

as pan. dim. For further discussion see in-nu are corruptions of names of lice
occurring in Hh. XIV 245-248; perhaps zezenu. compare

also zadimmu and akdpu disc. sections. In KUB 3 94 ii 22f. za-zi-in and zi-zi-

No. 1:45; note in a geogr. name: URU
L.U+MUK.ME YOS 7 109:4 and 19 (all NB).

a

While the work done by the sasinnu is well attested from OAkk. to NB, the
writing of the logogram as well as the

In PRU 6 (= MRS 12) 93:28 read LOJ.ZA.ZADIM, see zadimmu; for PRU 3 (= MRS 6) 13b:2 see sakinu. In AR 112:5 (= ADD 68) read LO..SUR(!) (coll. S. Parpola).

relation of this designation to the zadimmu
stonecutter offer problems that defy solu-

sasiu (invited) see as2 adj.
sasku s.; interest; Nuzi*; Hurr. word.

tion. The vocabularies clearly differentiate the sign ZADIM from the sign MUK

that precedes it, but in economic texts the cursive forms of the two signs are virtually indistinguishable. In the sequence nagar, zadim, ad.KID UET 7
73 ii 39 (OB?), too, the sign is MUK. In later

periods, the sign is preceded by a Winkelhaken - thus both U+MUG and U+ZADIM

10 niggallu §a PN A PN2 ana sd-as]-ki ilqe kima sa-as-ki-u-nu 1 AN§E E.MES 1 AN9E GIG itti 9E.ME§ UR 5 .RA U nigs galldti PN2 ana PN inaddin PN2 rented (lit. took at interest) ten sickles belonging to PN, as interest on them PN2 will give PN

one homer of barley (and) one homer of
wheat, along with the barley owed and the (rented) sickles SMN 3104:7f. (= Owen
Loan Documents 128).

occur. In OB, MB, MA, and Nuzi the
scribes differentiate ZADIM/MUK from the sign AgGAB, and in NB they differentiate U+MUK from AgGAB, though modern

copyists have often failed to make this
distinction. The proposal of Meissner, MAOG 11 15, that AgGAB and U+MUK are identi-

The same text uses the Akk. word sibtu (wr. MAg-ti) for the interest on the barley

borrowed.
saski see sasqi.

cal, could not be accepted because (a) it is
based on an emendation (see ibid. n. 2),

(b) the scribe seems to have been confused by the spelling due to the personal name likewise beginning with muk, and (c) the
Nuzi passage sasinnu §a GI9.PAN.ME9

saslu adj.(?); (mng. unkn.); OB.
IDIMsd-as-lu (between kabtu and sebil) Proto-Izi I 167b.

(cited usage a) clearly shows that the sasinnu and not the akdpu manufactured bows, as is also borne out by the other evidence presented here. The problem
remains whether the sign ZADIM in the early texts (ED LuA 105, ED Lu B 4, ED Lu E 25,
in MSL 12 11. 13, and 17, also in Fara and Pre-

Possibly a scribal error for saklu. Note, however, the OB personal names Sd-aslum UET 5 131:3f., Sa 6-as-lu-um ibid.
264:4 and seal No. 4.

sasqa (saskd, 4ask/q, tasqi, taks) s.; (a quality of flour used for offerings);

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sasqfi OB, Mari, Bogh., SB; Sum. lw.(?); wr. syll. (taks STT 197:38) and (ZID.)A.TIR
(ZfD.TIR.A CT 45 99:1, ZfD.A.TIR.TIR.RI Pinches Berens Coll. 110:7). zid.Aa-sTIR = sa-as-qu-? = mun-di zfz.AM Hg. B VI 56, in MSL 11 88, cf. zid.Ael-[aI[TIR] = Hh. XXIII [sasq], zid.A.TI[R.sig 5] = [. . .] Fragm. g 4f.; e-ge (var. e-es-a) A.TIR = sa-as-ku-u Diri III 172. (vars. 6a-as-[ku-u], ninda ki.ga ninda zi.lum zid.A.TIR ninda 1al ninda zid.dfi(?).bi : akla ella akla ztr.LUM ta-ds-qi-i si-at KBo 7 1:13f., corr. to ninda.zi.da.du.ub.du.ub : a-kal tdk-se-e a[kal z]i-da-bu-e STT 197:35 and 38, see Cooper, ZA 62 73:19; 6.ma.am.ginx(GIM).nam zid.A. ]d-as-qu-i TIR siskur nu.mu.un.zu.a: [... i-sin-nu la i-du-u (Elamites and Subarians) are like animals who do not know s.-offerings and festivals K.7171:8f., Sum. restored from OECT 5 25:27 and dupls., see Hallo, Kraus AV 100:27. si-is-qu // a-na sa-as-qu-u // qd-me la ni-t ... anis si-isi-qu // a-na sa-ra-qu - sisqu refers to s., .... , secondly siSqu (i.e., sirqu, q.v.) because of (the derivation from) sardqu A III/1 Comm. A si-fir-qul Comm. B 15. 14f., cf. TIR.A //

sasqfi ment) c)
CT 32 3 viii 11 and 14 (Cruc. Mon.), see Sollberger, JEOL 20 59:222 and 225.

in rit.:

mashatum u sd-ds-k[u-um]

Sa ina me rasnu ina GI9.DUB+A9 mashatim
issarraq(see mashatu usage b) RA 35 2 i 23
(Mari rit.); isquqa suluppi ZID.A.TIR tasar:

§a-ds-ku-u)

ZA 45 204 iii 21 (Bogh. rit.); arkuska ZfD.A.TIR asruqka BMS 2:27, dupl. Loretz-Mayer Su-ila No. 3:15; suluppi tas-qi-e

raq

riksa

tasarraq KAR 73:8;

suluppi ZID.A.TIR

tasarraq KAR 50 r. 3, also KAR 26 r. 14, passim,
90:12, BMS 12:3, CT 23 35:49, LKA 86:9, and also suluppi ZfD.A.TIR A ZID.DA

2 SILA.TA.AM ina muhhi tasarraq you strew over it (the ritual arrangement) two silas each of dates, s., and flour Or. NS 36 34:7, for other refs. see saraquA mng. lb-2'; suluppiZfD.A.TIR tatabbakma BiOr 30 178:27; miris dilpi himeti suluppi zfD. A.TIR talakkan RAcc. 10:18, cf. 4R 25 ii 34;
9 DUG pursitu a suluppiZ D.A.TIR.TIR.RI tarakkas Pinches Berens Coll. No. 110:7 and 10; ZID.A.TIR ana Sin liqqi CT 4 5:12, cf. BBR No. 26 ii 26, see also AfO 14 146:109, cited naq

a) in econ., letters: x ZfD.KAL X A.TIR (for regular offerings) PBS 13 61 i 15 (OB); 1 SILA 8s-as-ka-am ana 1 (BAN) ZfD.GU

PN idin give one seah of isqiqu flour and
one sila of s. to PN Walters Water for Larsa Loretz Chagar No. 59:6; X SILA 8d-as-kuBazar No. 9:4, 10:3,20:4,27:3, Wr. A.TIR No. 24:4; X SILA 8a-da-ku Iraq 4 184 A. 380:3 (Chagar Bazar); x SILA A.TIR ana taqribtim

7

mng. Ic; qema suluppi ZfD.A.TIR ina Su: meliu ina§i . . . qema suluppi Z D.A.TIR uma Sar he holds flour, dates, and s. in his left hand (he immerses himself in the river and) releases the flour, dates, and s.
Or. NS 40 142 r. 11 and 14 (all SB).

for 15 silas of s. the taqribtu sacrifice ARMT
12 698:13, cf. ARM 7 151:4, 158:4, and passim, ARM 9 10:4, and passim, ARMT 11 37:3, and passim, note (totaled among NINDA) ARM 9 172:4, 174:4, (totaled among Sipku) ARMT 12 237:6;

d)

in lit.: [sa]-med tas-qa-ka nussuqa
Lambert BWL 72:37

t[u-. . .] (see sami,) (Theodicy).

eight gur 32 silas of x NINDA A.TIR bread made from s.-flour ARMT 12 696:4, cf. 697:9; a basket §a NINDA sa-ds-qi-im
Iraq 42 70 iv 2 (OB); x SILA ZfD.TIR.A CT 45 99:1 (OB).

e) in me sasqg (a drink made by mixing s. in water?): [tdku] l aklu litib elika tati A.MEA tas-ki-i (var. sa-as-ki) elluti linuh kabt[a]tka you have eaten the bread, may

it please you, you have drunk the pure s.-water, may your mood be peaceful KAR
58 r. 27, var. from W.22729, cited Mayer Gebets-

b) in votive inscriptions:
am eam . . . ina am

sd-ds-ka-a-

(?) Idti lu armi I set

holy s.(a beer vat, etc.) in that temple
ZA 68 115:50 (OB royal); ana x suluppi [x ZfD].A.TIR X suluppi [x Zf]D.A.TIR lu

uraddi to x dates and x s. I added x dates

and x s. (thus doubling the daily allot-

beschworungen 487; Sama <a>-na-Si-ku-um liqtam luqut me-e sd-as-ki-im ellitim (see liqtu mng. la) JCS 22 26:26 (OB ext. prayer); Sikara retd A ZID.A.TIR ina qdtiu 8a imitti inaSi (the exorcist) holds fine beer and s.-water in his right hand Ebeling Parfiimrez.

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sassannu pi. 24:10;
A.TIR el-lu-[ti] OECT 6 pl. 12:25; DUG 8ap-

sassatu aq-qi(!)-ku-n[u-4]i me-e zfD. 4. (a synonym for whip): ihzu, sasa-an-nu = i,-tuh-hu Malku II 201 f. (sissatu, sassutu) s. fem.; (a sassatu grass); SB, NA; wr. syll. and (.)KI.KAL; cf. sassu D.
[6i. KI].KAL = [sa-as-sa-tu], [iI.KI.KAL] = [lardu], [d].hi.ri.in, u.kun.gal, d. eg.gal = KI.MIN (= sassatu or lardu) Hh. XVII 33ff.; d.KI.KAL = za-zu-tu RS Recension 22; uncert.: u6.GI.MI =
sa-as-[...] Hh. XVII 244a; I. KI.KAL = sa(over -su-tu, la-ar-du Practical Vocabulary erasure) Assur 112f.; [sa-as] [-.KI.KAL] = sa-as-sa-tum, [l]aar-du, a-ra-an-tum Diri IV 20ff., cf. i.KI. KALA.[GA] = [sd-as-sd-tum] Proto-Diri 195; KI. KALsa(!)-sd-tum Nigga 503. mu . A. KI.KAL = se-er sa-as-sa-ti(var. -te) Hh.

pi

(copy DIA) A.ME§ ZfD.A.TIR [ina qdti imittika tana§8i] BBR No. 75-78 r. 45.

§d

In Mari, sasqi is also used for the royal table, and possibly also designates the bread made from the flour; after OB, it is used only for ritual offerings.
For LDN (= Owen Loan Documents) 128:8f. see sasku.

Ad usage e: Mayer Gebetsbeschworungen 488 f.

sassannu see sassanu. sassannu in §a sassanni (sansanni)s.; 1. (fisherman) using a net or fish trap, 2. flute player; OB lex.*; cf. sassdnu.
lu.sa.gi..gi = §a sd-sd-ni-im (var. §a sd-sdan-[nim]) OB Lu A 434, var. from OB Lu C 6 : 14; 16.gi.u.sal.gar.ra = a sd-an-sd-an-ni OBLuD 245.

XIV 40. [6] .KI.KAL. ginx(GIM) : [kim]a sa-[as-sa-ti] (in
broken context) Lugale III 10.

a)

in Uruanna:

i§-bab-tum A.A, U

8d-mu GI.SAR, IT KI.KAL : U si-sa-tum (followed by lardu, q.v.) Uruanna I 127-127b;
t GAL.SAR

1. (fisherman) using a net or fish trap: see OB Lu A, in lex. section. 2. flute player: see OB Lu D, in lex. section. sassinu (sassannu) s.; 1. (a reed flute), 2. (a reed basket), 3. (a net), 4. (a synonym for whip); lex.*; cf. sassannu in §a sassanni. 1. (areed flute): [gi.z]i.gid.gid (var. [... gi-d] uBU), [gi.z]a.mi, [gi.x.(x)]. b ar (?)1 (and three further, broken Sum. equivalents) = sa-as-sa-an-nu(var. sa-assa-nu) Hh. IX 237ff., in MSL 9 183; [gi.

majdl Itar

: U KI.KAL, j kidi : U KI.KAL Uruanna I 130f., cf. [U KI.KAL]

KI.NA IMtar // sa-ras]-sa-tu majltu CT 41 45 BM 76487:12 (Uruanna Comm.).

Itar

Kocher BAM 434 v 16;

i

b) in med. and rit.: O.KI.KAL ina KU§ you dry and crush sd-as-sd-ta AMT 62,3:8, see Biggs aziga 51.

c) in lit.: J.KI.KAL mdhirat kal lumni muhrinnima U.KI.KAL lumni tabli grass, which takes away every evil, take it from me, 0 grass, remove my evil KAR 165:13 f., cf. O.KI.KAL tamhuri lumnij[a] ibid. 21; you recite the incantation ina muhhi si-

sa-ti

KAR 237 r. 11,

cf. KI

si-sa-ti ibid.

x.x] = sa-as-sa-nu, [gi.x.x] .nig.ga[l. la] = [. . .]-[el = em-bu-bu Hg. A II 40f.,
in MSL 7 69.

2. (a reed basket): gi.gur.u.sal. la = sa-as-sa-nu (among other baskets) Hh. IX A d 9, in MSL 7 37, cf. g[i.gur. sal.l] a = sa-as-sa-an-nu si-el[x x x] =
Hg. A II 43, in MSL 7 69.

9u.

3. (a net): sa.[gi. g] i = [sd-a-sa-anlnu-um Nigga Bil. B 299; gi§.sa.gi. gi = sa-as-sa-nu (var. sannu, q.v.) Hh. VI 183a.

r. 3; kima (.KI.KAL libbibanni may he make me as pure as s.-grass BMS 11:25; etelil kima U.KI.KAL I have become clean as grass (followed by kima lardi) Maqlu I 25; O.KI.KAL binit Jamme (see binitu mng. 2d) urpu V-VI 192; [etel]ld.. . kima O.KI.KAL ina ahi atappi (see atappu mng. Ig) Maqlu VI 93, also III 178; mmit ... O .KI.KAL nasAhu oath of plucking grass Burpu VIII 50; GI§.GI manzassa r. KI.KAL rubussa (see manzdzu mng. 4a)
4R 58 ii 61, restored from ZA 16 198 (SB Lamastu).

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sassu A d) in Alu: Jumma ina mulpal dli f..KI.KAL innamir if s.-grass appears in a low-lying place in the city (followed by
(J.KI.KAL.HI.RI.IN, i.e., lardu) CT 39 12:16; [Iumma. . .] J..KI.KAL // tr arantuinnamir board VAB 4 260 ii 33 (Nbn.).

sassu B (of Samag), who is stationed on the floor-

2. bottom of a leather bag: see Hh. XI 172, 254, in lex. section. 3. sole of a shoe: see Hh. XI 130, lex. section. in

(see arantu usage c) RA 13 30 r. 7, also CT 39 6 K.3840:7; if in the city moat §ammu u

O.KI.KAL innamir CT 41 22:23, also (with
ittabli) CT 39 21:165, cf. CT 40 2:35, also (fJ.KI. KALpes) CT 39 5:53.

4. base, base width (as math. term):
sd-sum muhhum u SUKUD minum what is the base, the top, and the height? TMB 23

e) ser sassati (a snake, lit. grass snake): see Hh. XIV 40, in lex. section.
Landsberger Fauna 65f.; Landsberger, ZA 41 227 and JNES 8 275 n. 83.

sassu A s.; 1. floorboard of a chariot, 2. bottom of a leather bag, 3. sole of a shoe, 4. base, base width (as math. term); from OB on.
gi..KI.KAL.gigir = sa-as-su Hh. V 32; kug. KI.KAL. nig.na 4 = sa-as-si MIN (= ki-ri]-[su]) (pre-

No. 48:8, for other refs. see muhhu mng. 1c-l'; sussullum x muhhum y sd-sum z §uplum a box: the top width is three and one-third cubits, the base is two and onehalf, the depth is two thirds of a cubit
ibid. 43 No. 86:1.

ceded by pi kisi opening of the money bag) Hh. XI

= sa-as-su 172, see MSL 9 199; kuS.KI.KAL. e.sr Hh. XI 130; ku..zag.bar.fLu] = sa-as-su Hh. XI 254, see MSL 9 201. ugum ur.sag gig.KI.KAL.gigir.k[ex(KID)]

In the math. problem texts alam amur: ma 3 GAR mele durim - KUS nakbasum 1,40 Kt_ GIR.GUB.BA GI. I.LU minum look at the city, three GAR is the height of the wall, one-half cubit is (each) step, onethird cubit the riser, what is (the height) of the staircase? MKT 1 219 i 2, and passim in
this text (= TMB Nos. 92-95), TMB 47f. No. 94:1 and 3, GIR wr. GIR.GUB TMB No. 95:3,

(var. sag.dur.ra.ka) bi.in.1

: [baSmu qar]radu

ina sa-as-si ilul he hung the dragon, the warrior,

on the footboard of the chariot Angim II 5 (= 55), cf. gi .KI.KAL.gigir: [sa-as-s]i Lambert, Symbolae Bohl 279:10f.

1. floorboard of a chariot: see Hh. V, Angim, in lex. section; 1 GI.GIGIR GIBIL ... . sa-su e'i apal sa-si [. . .] KU9.ME§- a patturu ina quppi [. . .] ta'uru mugirriia GIBIL-i [.. .] one new chariot, the s. is upholstered, underneath the s. [.. .] its leather parts are removed, they are stored in [another?] coffer, its wheels are newly
[. . .] KAJ 310:3 (MA), cf. NA 4 .ME§ U multu §a il-da sa-si ibid. 6; kzi a narkabtu annitu

the reading sassu for GIR.GUB suggested kilzappu disc. section cannot be proven; it may also be gir(i)gubbu or manzdzu. If the MB personal name fSa-si-dPapsukkal BE 15 163:5 indeed means "MyFoundation-Is-DN," then the hypocoristic names Sa-si-ia, etc., may belong to this word and not to sasu "moth."
Civil, JAOS 88 10ff.

sassu B in sassumma epeu v.; uncert.); Nuzi.*

(mng.

adi sa-si-e-4d (vars. sa-si-§d, [sa-s]i-i-d) ina dame rahsutuni just as this chariot is spattered with blood up to its floor-

board

Wiseman Treaties 612; K[I].KAL GIGIR

(see simittu mng. 1) EA 22 iv 38 (list of gifts of Tulratta); Bunene rakib narkabti a-si-bi sa-as-si who drives the chariot

2 li-im libnati ina GN i-la-bi-nu ana zazu-um-ma D- -uS ana amarwumma DtT-u ku-up-ta ana za-hu-um-ma Dtj-uS he will make two thousand bricks in GN, he will sort(?) them, put (them) in a pile, .... HSS 5 97:7; libnati i-la-bi-nu u za-zu-umma DO-u u amara im-ha-si they will

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sassu C make the bricks, sort them(?), and make brick piles HSS 13 387:11.
Landsberger, JNES 8 275 n. 83.

sasu

weighing one-half mina of tin before the divine Mouth-and-Tongue symbol, and prostrates himself KAR 139:8 (rit.). The word probably denotes the representation of the female genitals, and is derived from the Assyrian form of lassuru "womb," q.v., see Oppenheim, History of
Religions 5 257 n. 26.

sassu C s.; (mng. unkn.); SB.*
MU.BI sa-as-suu-r[i]-in-nulahmi tdmti it Ea its name is S.-Eagle, a sea monster belonging to Ea (describing an image with fish body, snake head, and horns) MIO 1 72 iv 3.

sassuru (womb) see §assiru. sassutu see sassatu. sasfi (to invite) see
,as

sassu D s.; (a grass); SB*; cf. sassatu.

§umma (wr. DI UD) u sa-as-su i-te-pi if s.-grass springs up (in a field) CT 39 9
r. 16 (Alu).

v.

Var. of sassatu, q.v. sassu see sasu.

sasu (sassu) s.; 1. moth, 2. (a stone); from OAkk. on; wr. syll. and UR.ME, in mng. 2 NA 4 .NIR.ZIZ.

sassukku A (sussukku) s.; Nuzi.

(an official);

2 Lj.ME 8sd-su-uk-ku-u a URU Zizza HSS 13 363:67 (= RA 36 128f.); 2 La.ME9

anntu sd-su-ku §a URU Nuzi ibid. 73; PN sd-szi-uk-ku (as witness) JEN 603:32; seal of PN Lj s8d-8-uk-ku JENu 312B:22, also, wr. sd-as-su-[uk-ki] IM 70985 seal, cf. PN L sd-as-sU-[uk-ku] ibid. 2 (courtesy
A. Fadhil); 1L sUi-us-siU-ku HSS 15 42:40.

ur.me, uh, uh.kun, uh.a, KA.giris = saa(var. -as)-su Hh. XIV 292ff.; uh.HA, uh.sig = sa-a-su ibid. 268a-269; [fi-hu] UH = up-lu, naa-bu, kal-ma-tu, pir-Iu-'-i, sa-a-su, minu Idu II 1lff.; UR.ME.A = sa-a-su Practical Vocabulary Assur 430; BAD sa - a-si Proto-Izi I 165c; zi-iz BAD = sd-a-sum MSL 14 93:104:1 (Proto-Aa), wr. sa-a-su Ea II 75, A II/3 Section A 3; zi-iz GI9XBAD =
sa-a-su Ea IV 204; mu-ul HIXA = MIN (= [...]),

sa-[a-su], a-ki-lu

§d

A.9[A],

ka-za-za-ak-ku

A

V/2:84-87.

Possibly variants of Sassukku or of za: zakku, q.v. sassukku B s.; (a bird of prey); SB.* [§umma] sa-as-su-uk-ku UD // me-suk-ku [.. .] if a white ... .- bird, variant: me: sukku [... in a field] CT 41 3 Rm. 253:3
(Alu).

1. moth - a) in gen.: subatu ... wars kiutum sd-sd-am laptu the garments (that arrived) later were moth-eaten Contenau
Trente Tablettes Cappadociennes 14:39 (OA); saa-su §umka Kocher BAM 409 r. 27 (inc. addressing a moth); dumma kakkabu anasa-a-si

itur if a star "turns into" a moth (followed by ana kalmati) 2R 49 No. 4 i 64; as personal name: Sd-sum HSS 10 35:2
(OAkk.), and passim, see MAD 3 237; Sd-a-sum YOS 12 227:23, 557:32, YOS 14 88:13, 21, wr. Sd-sim ibid. 218:2, etc., and passim in OB, see Stamm Namengebung 254; uncert.: Sa-a-su ADD 772:5 (= 861:5); hypocoristic?: Sa-si-ia

sassullu see sasullu. sassurtu s.; NA.* model of female genitalia;

UCP 10 111 No. 36:9 (OB Ishchali), BE 15 200
iv 33 (MB), see also Tallqvist APN p. 193b; for

1 sa-su-ur-ta§a i MA.NA AN.NA anapan dKA.EME ilakkan uikdn he sets one s.

OA see ICK 1 p. 16b index, possibly also Sdsd-tum UCP 10 209 No. 5:13, cf. CT 29 5b:5 (OB).

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sasu

sataru sasullu Nuzi.* (or sassullu) s.; (a textile);

b) in omens: Jumma UR.ME ina bit ameli innamru if moths appear in a man's
house BRM 4 21:1 (SB Alu), restored from KAR 377 r. 41 (catch line), also cited K.4094b: 10 (Alu Catalog, courtesy S. Moren), CT 39 50 K.957:25, also, wr. UR.MEA KAR 394 ii 6; §umma

UR.ME ina bit ameli itu igdrdti ana Sap, lanu urraduni if in a man's house moths move downward from the walls BRM 4 21:5, cf. ,umma UR.ME ina bit ameli imidu
ibid. 11, and passim wr. UR.ME in this text;

14 minas of wool received by PN 1 TUG sd-st-lu siaG-qa-tum §a 6 MA.NA §u: qultalu 15 ina ammati muraklu 5 ina ammati rupussu (he will deliver) one piece of fine s.-cloth weighing six minas, 15 cubits long and five cubits wide HSS 5 95:8 (coll.). sasuppu (a towel) see §usuppu. sasitu s.; (mng. unkn.); MA.* 5 hu-ru-ha-ra-tu ep-S[a] sa-su-te KAJ
310:40.

§umma

. .. sa-a-sm subat ameli [ikul] if a moth eats a man's garment ibid. 19, also 20, Summa . . sd-a-scmpes salmu sdmu arqu ina bit ameli ittabli if there is a white, black, red, or yellow moth in a man's house ibid. 21, dupl. K.3726+ ii and iii passim,
partially cited Bezold Cat. 558;

Aumma UR.ME

See also Aasiitu. sashartu s.; progeny; syn. list; foreign word; cf. sasharu.
sa-as-ha-ar-tum se-eh-he-ru-tu Explicit Malku I = 243.

salmu ina muhhi ameli ili if a black moth
climbs onto a man CT 38 44 BM 30427:4 (SB Alu), and passim in this text; UR.ME

amela iz-qut [.. .]

if a moth stings(?) a

§umma
,umu

man ibid. 17, also ibid. K.10801+ :10, and passim in this text.

2. (a stone): na 4 .nir = hu-la-lu, [n] a 4. nir.ziz = sa-a-su Hh. XVI 143f., also, wr.
s[a-a]-zu RS Recension 105f.; NA 4 .NfR sadi-ru-li ma-'-du NA 4 .NfR.ZIZ the

sasharu s.; progeny; syn. list*; foreign word; cf. sashartu.
sa-as-h[a]-ru= se-eh-he-ru-tu Explicit Malku I 241.

huldlu stone which has many striations is called s.-stone STT 108:20 (series abnu
NA 4 .NfR.ZIZ MI-§U ZU.KAM ukallamu u BABBAR-~ SIG 7 (?) x (is a
§ikinu);

saltu see sartu. satabbu (or satappu) s.; lex.* (mng. unkn.);

§a

stone for humble prayer, etc.)

UET 7

121 ii 9; [. .. N]A 4 .NfR.ZIz (in description

su.su.di.bi (var.x.rsu.ud(?)1.bi)= sa-ta-[bu] (vars. sa-ta[b-bu], [.. .]-x-bu) (in group with

of the jeweled garden) Gilg. IX vi 27, cf. sa-a-su (enumerated among precious
stones) CT 44 23:15 (OB lit.); NA 4 .NfR 8aas Greengus Ishchali 106:3 and 8 (OB); NA 4 . NIR NA 4 An-nu NA 4 .NfR.ZIZ UET 4 150:14,

saklalu, jahud2) Erimhug IV 66.

satalu itlu.

v.; to plant; SB*;

I istil; cf.

cf. NfR dA-nim NfR.ZIZ Kocher BAM 376 iii 16; [kaspa] hurasa sdmta tukdn [. .. IA]ir-ta sd-a-sd ana nari [tanaddi] Labat Suse 11 ii 8 (med.), cf. sdmta IA-ir-ta uqnd sd-asd surra . . . ana ndri tanaddi ibid. iv 4; NA4 sa-a-[su(?)] (among stone charms)
STT 110 B 2.
Zimmern Fremdw. 52; Landsberger Fauna 134.

ana §upuhi alakti me Sunuti agammu uabima susil qerebla as-ti-il I created a pond in order to check (lit. ease) the flow of that water and planted a canebrake in it
OIP 2 115 viii 48 (Senn.), also ibid. 124:44.

satappu see satabbu. sataru (saturu) s.; SB. (a savory); Nuzi(?),

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satarussu
za-te-r[u] (vars. za-da-[ru], sa-ta-[ru]) 1 Uruanna II 226.
TUR.RA) :

sattukku
TUR.RA (var. j KAK.fJS.

a

MIN (= KAK.KU.fJS)

Mari, also Hinke in 8a lattukki.

Kudurru ii 3); cf.

*sattukku

Four talents of GIS zA-ta-a-ru HSS 13 110:3; i id sa-tu-ru : [U M]u9 IGI GUD

root of s.: a medication (against the bite)
of the wine-colored snake STT 94:16.

u

Var. of zateru, q.v. The Nuzi ref. may
represent another word. satarugu (sasaru u) s.; (a topographical

indication); Nuzi*; Hurr. word.
PN declared Summa eqldti §a sd-ta-ruu§-§e PN2 ana abuja ana PN 3 la iimuma u §umma PN4 ina eqlti §a sd-ta-ru-u§-§e PN 2 la ukteliduma PN 2 did indeed will the fields of the s. to my father PN 3, and PN 4 drove PN2 away from the fields of the
8.

sa.dug 4 = sat(var. sa-at)-tuk-ku Hh. I 33, cf. [s]d.dug 4 = [sa-tuk-ku] = [. .. ] Hg. A I 2, in MSL 5 43; sa.dug = sat-tuk-ku Igituh I 442; sa. [dug 4] = [sa-tu-uk-ku] (followed by nindabu) Ai. V A/3:3'; udu.sa.dug 4 = MIN (= [UDU]) sat-tuk-ki Hh. XIII 156. s .dug 4 U4 .da ni.guir.ru : sa-at-tuk me ina nape (for context see algamisu lex. section) Lugale XII 18; [lugal ka.dingir.raki a]l.si.sa ki. 9u.pe§ 6 da.gan.bi sa.dug 4 bi.in.gi 4 .gi 4 : ar Babili mu[Stefi] r kullat madhzi mukin sat-tuk-ki the king of Babylon (Nebuchadnezzar I), who takes care of all cult centers and establishes the regular offerings JCS 21 128:4 and 7 (= CRRA 19 435). sat-tuk-ku / gi-nu-ui a DINGIR.M[E§] Lambert BWL 74 comm. to line 55 (Theodicy Comm.).

a)

in OB - 1'

in gen.: x kaspam sA.
itbal PN 3 took

DUG 4 §a PN u PN 2 PN 3 ...

away x silver, the allotment of PN and PN2

PN2 x land in the s. (in an exchange) ibid. 151 No. 38:8, cf. (in similar context) PN gave [x A.§A].ME ina sa-sdru-u8-,e ibid. 152 No. 40:7.

RA 23 148 No. 29:22 and 27; PN x eqlu ina sd-ta-ru-u§-fe ana PN2 iddin PN gave

(because he had paid the nebahu payment
CT 4 22c:3; 92
SAH.HI.A

for his brother's field)
...

gu-ri

satrus§u adj.(?);
1 GIg iltuhlu §a i,

(mng. unkn.); Nuzi.*
sd-at-ru-u§-§i irtalu

SA.DUG 4 LB.KIN.GI 4 .A E. NUN.NA.KI TCL 10 54:4, cf. YOS 12 152:15; sheep SA.DUG 4 PBS 8/1 10:2 and 6, 17:3, 50:4, 51:6, 62:6, and passim; (barley) sA. DUG 4 MN BIN 7 180:8 and 12, cf. BIN 2 73:3 and 6; §a GI.NA, na-as SA.DUG 4 UET 7 73 ii 29f. (OB list of professions); uncert.: uzndja

hurdsa uhhuzu one whip of ebony, of the s. type(?), its front side is plated
with gold HSS 15 17:11, 1 GIg iltuhlu

fail me) my mind is on my lack of sustenance(?) TIM 2 99:10.

ana la sA.DUG 4-ia ibbaMia (please do not

palpalu sd-at-ru-u§-,i hurdsauhhuzu ibid.

2' for a temple: x gegtin.hAid zag. 10 dNin.gal.ta sa.dug 4 d[x] x raisins 17. from the tithe of DN, regular offering to DN UET 5 736:6; 11 gi.pisan im.sar.ra sattak see santak. eleven baskets of s . dug 4 dNin.gal written records concerning offerings to DN sattakka see santak. (from the shepherds) ibid. 851:2; x g a. HAR sa.dug 4 u nig.dab 5 .iti.da x sattakkam see santak. cheese, s., and monthly nindabc offering ibid. 734:3, x zuf.lum.ma sA.dug 4 . .. x sattakku see santak, santakku, and sat= i.gi. ... iu nig.dabs.iti.da gd.nun. tukku. ibid. mah dNin.gal.ta sa.dug 4 . 6 sattukku (sattakku, Sattukku) s.; food allowance, regular offering; from OB on;
745:4 and 15, and passim consisting of barley, dates, and spices; barley and beer SA.DUG 4
NfG MU.1.[KAM]

A

DINGIR.rMAH

§a] GN

Sum. lw.; wr. syll. (Nuzi Sattukku) and
SA.DUG 4 (SA.SAG in Chagar Bazar and 198

A 32076:5; one sheep [sA.DUG4 ] bit Samal Birot Tablettes 18:14.

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sattukku

sattukku
7 74:20, and passim in this text, cf. VAS 6 74:2, 76:12, Nbn. 780:8, Dar. 1:13, Speleers Recueil 285:11, and passim; 355 kalime mar atti ... ana SA.DUG 4 x yearling lambs for offerings TCL 13 162:6, kalme . . . ana sA. DUG 4 §a Belti §a Uruk ibbakamma ina Eanna inandin YOS 7 127:7, cf. 200 kalime ... ana SA.DUG 4 §a Belti ga Uruk ibid.
160:9, cf. ibid. 163:5 and 10, 193:16, also (puhade) ibid. 123:11 and 15, (bulls) TCL 13 182:14, (fish)

b) in Mari, Chagar Bazar, Rimah: x beer
SA.DUG 4 PN inuma itu GN illikam allotment of PN when he arrived from GN OBT Tell Rimah 18:4; x beer and barley sA.SAG LfJ.MEA ebbitim Loretz Chagar Bazar No.
36:20, cf. 18:4, 36:7, and passim; U aSum SA. 8a sarrani SAG LtO.GAL.MAR.TU.MES

Subar

.. .tem

Lj.GAL.MAR.TU.ME

SA.SAG Sarrdni u SA.SAG mat ubartim beli

liSpuram and as for the allotment for

sa

the rabi Amurri officials of the Subarian kings, my lord should send me word regarding the allotment for the kings and
the allotment for the rabiAmurri officials
of Subartu ARM 14 112:23 and 28, cf. ARM 1 15:15, ARM 2 72:37 and 128:31.

TCL 13 163:7 and 17; immeru ana sat-tuk gama 8a UD.17.KAM a MN VAS 6 134:3, also (a yearling calf) CT 56 467:1, and passim;

uttatu sat-tuk SamaS (see gin' mng. 2c)
Cyr. 40:1, also Nbn. 799:1; sat-tuk 8a ekurrdte

ment for the household

c) in Elam: x flour s &.dug 4 6 allot-

MDP 18 115:2, also 116:3, 117:2, 147:2, and passim; ten sheep SA.DUG 4 NIN 1 DUMU.SAL SUKKAL 1 kisU 1 Nergal MDP 10 46ff. Nos. 45:1, 46:1, 47:1, 59:3, 77:3, SA.DUG 4 barIm ibid. 65 No. 97 r. 1; (barley) SA.DUG 4 PN (beside 9A.GAL) MDP
28 472:10; [SA.D]UG 4

Nbn. 885:3, VAS 6 236:2, CT 4 41c:9, Strassmaier, Actes du 8 e CongrBs International 18:7, makkasu sat-tuk 8a ekurrdte 8a MN Dar. 179:2; 40

MA.NA ana 8amaammi ina SA.DUG 4 8a
bit Sin AnOr 8 35:12, cf. x maihhi 8a sattuk 8ama8ammi ina sat-tuk 8a MN Dar. 197: f., also Nbn. 38:3, 586:2, 595:1 and passim, Cyr. 56:1; sat-tuk a MN a Adad Nbn. 49:8;

dInSuSinak

MDP 18

x malihu §a sat-tuk malkkasu ina sat-tuk 8a
MN VAS 3 146:1f., cf. Dar. 444:1ff., 521:1f., etc., also (asn2 dates) Nbn. 672:1, Dar. 14:2; 19

153:2.

d) in Nuzi:

x oil ana Sa-ad-du-uk-qa

ana ni biti 8a URU Nuzi for the allotment
for the serfs of Nuzi HSS 13 274:5, cf. (oil) ana Sa-at-tu-ki ni biti ibid. 124:3; ipra [pilata] lubulta u [ina Satti] u §atti itti Serr2u [il inandi
nassuniti he will give them (the adopted

GUR uttatu ana sat-tuk 8a MN Dar. 320:3; 6 stLA kundu ina sat-tuk 8a MN VAS 6
cf. ana sat-tuk u GI sill ibid. 4, cf. also Nbn. 739:2, Dar. 90:5 f. and 92: 11 f.; x lipdtu rihi sat-tuk 8a MN Nbn. 952:2; rihit sattuk MN Strassmaier, Actes du 8e Congres International 16:6; 1 GfN Kt.BABBAR -ma(?) 62:15,

§a-ad-du-uk-qa

§a

son and his wife) every year allowance of

food, oil, clothing, and (every) allowance as much as (he gives) to his children
HSS 19 44:25. e) in NB - 1' in gen.: SA.DUG 4 a 4

a-na sat-tukc a UD.20.KAM 8a MN nadin one shekel of silver given for the offering
of the 20th day of MN Cyr. 283:2, cf. Nbn. 236:12 and 14; itein biru ana sat-tuk 'a UD.20.KAM §aMN Dar. 578:4; 4-ta kurum matu ana sat-tuk ana MN UD.20.KAM Nbn. 168:6, cf. sat-tuk 8a UD.15.KAM VAS 6 163:5, also Nbn. 144:3, etc.; sat-tukl a sirdaitu

gird kaspi mamma ultu libbi la i-nam-gi

adi §a allaka no one may take a farthing of the offering before I get there TCL 9
147:8 (let.); suluppe ... ana SA.DUG 4 8a

§a bit DN §a MU.15.KAM the offerings belonging to the brewer's prebend of the DN
temple for the 15th year Dar. 408:2 and 5, also Cyr. 13:8, Dar. 109:4, 368:17, cf. (with nuhatimmutu) Dar. 71:11, and passim; x suluppi

gamaS ana Ebabbar belu liddin the lord

should give dates as an offering for ama
to Ebabbar YOS 3 102:9 (let.), cf. anasat-tuk ama Dar. 553:4, sat-tuack a ama u Aja
Nbn. 692:1; 1808 immere ana sA.DUG 4 YOS

8a ina sat-tuk LQjnuhatimme 8a bit Anu=
nitu Dar. 54:7; makkasu ina sat-tuk la MN

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sattukku
ana PN LO paqdu u LO.MU.ME§ SUM-na -

sattukku 148:5; four goats §a PN LO.SIPA SA.DUG 4 ibuku which PN, the s.-shepherd, brought TCL 13 233:23, cf. (lambs) ana sA.DUG4 ina pan PN LO.SIPA SA.DUG 4 YOS 7 143:3; UDU SA.DUG 4 PN LO.SIPA SA. 1 pagra
DUG 4 mahir UCP 9 66 No. 40:3, of. No. 41:3,

makkasu dates for the offerings of Abu were delivered to PN, the official in charge, and the cooks ZA 4 150 No. 5:3; sattuk ... ina pappasu Sa MN Nbn. 746:4, cf. Nbn. 528:9, dates §a sat-tuk ina pappasu nuhatimmutu Dar. 99:4, cf. Dar. 52:4, 109:9; 1 maihi Sa sat-tuk gamaSgammi ina pap:
pasu La sahitutu Nbn. 970:1, cf. Nbn. 809:1,

§a

GCCI 2 29:3 and 171:2;

as "family name":

cf. (wool) [ana] sat-tuk u pappasu CT 55
756:3; 10 GIN K.BABBAR ina sat-tuk Lt.

[PN] A LO.SIPA SA.DUG 4 (in list of witnesses) GCCI 1 394:12, of. YOS 7 170:23, AnOr 8 50 r. 16, 52 r. 19, GCCI 2 260:12, 371:4, and passim, Bagh. Mitt. 5 p. 239 No. 26:18; uncert.:

SI[PA(?).MES] §a malartu Sa MN Dar. SA.DUG 4 ana Lt.TU. 112:13; q6-me-e idin YOS 6 10:14; sat-tuk (obscure) see also muttaqu. Cyr. 77:5, CT 56 120:5;

§d

i

2' beside other offerings: sa-tdk-ki niqi §arri niqi kdribu (various foods) s.-offering, offering of king or suppliant VAS 1 No. 36 ii 8 (NB kudurru); ina sat-tuk u guqqdn&8a amaS Cyr. 189:15, also VAS 3 145:2, (x barley) SA.DUG 4 guqqupappasu
Freydank Wirtschaftstexte 34 r. 13,

§u mdrassu Sa mBdbildji DUMU La.SIPA DI§ (= SANTAK 4 ?, cf. santakku) alla mdtdte gabbi hit ana arri belija iht he (and) the daughter of PN, a s.-shepherd, have sinned against the king, my lord, more than all lands ABL 716 r. 9. b' sdhit sattukki oil presser preparing oil for s.-offerings: PNA LJO.I.UR sat-tuk VAS
3 99:2, see sdhitu usage a-5'b', also BRM 1 84:5.

guqq ibid. 91:1, 92:1; muttaqu cakes ana sat-tuk guqqdne §a MN Nbn. 620:2, cf. VAS 6 140:6; x MUN.HI.A sat-tuk u guqqi a MN
Nbn. 850:2; UDU.NITA

SA.DUG 4 U

f) in hist.: I renewed the ordinances of the temple SA.DUG 4 ana mu-uh (var. mala) SA.DUG 4 lu uraddi I added offering
upon offering CT 32 1 iii 10ff. (NB Cruc. Mon.
Manigtugu), see Sollberger, JEOL 20 55:71ff.;

guqqi Sa MN ...

lapani Lt.SIPA SA.DUG 4

§a

ana SA.DUG 4 U

1473 immere ina immere TCL 13 145:1, SA.DUG 4 §a bit ridtu UDU.NITA.SISKUR. ME §arri YOS 7 8:8; for relation to ginU

SA.DUG4 inbim anaddr inamahrida uakin (see inbu mng. Ib) VAS 1 32 ii 14 (IpiqItar of Malgium); sat-tuk-ki la narbdte iss qu§un u[kinna] (see isqu A mng. 2c-3')
Lie Sar. p. 76:11, restored from Winckler Sar. x AE pl. 36 No. 76:157; Adad-nirari Sa ...

offerings see gin' A mng. 2c. 3' in titles and "family names" - a' re'i sattukki shepherd (raising sheep) for s.-offerings: immere Sa ana SA.DUG 4 u guqq' Sa MN . . . ultu bit urU u lapan LO. SIPA SA.DUG4 parsi sheep for s. and guqqi offerings which in MN were taken out from the stables(?) and (given) to the s.-shepherd YOS 1 49:4, cf. ibid. 48:2, 50:3, 51:3,
TCL 13 145:3, 169:2, 175:3, 176:3, YOS 7 64:2, 74:2, AnOr 8 75:3, 78:3, also (sheep) ana

haAldte ana sat-tuk-ki A§§ur [u] dBau eli[Sunu] ukinnuma who imposed on them barley as (the villages) delivery of x .... offerings to DN and DN 2 Postgate Royal
Grants No. 32:25 (Sar.), of. ibid. 40 and 43, also

sat-tuk SamaS inapan PN LO.SIPA sat-tuk
CT 55 505:4, 624:13, cf. also CT 56 373:1; La. SIPA.ME 8Cd UDU.NITA SA.DUG 4 AnOr 9 9 iii 21; x UDU.ME a UDU sa-tuk-ki PN A-Si a PN2 LO.SIPA SA.DUG 4 mahir UCP 9 84 No.
6:3, cf. ibid. 65ff. No. 38:6, 42:9, 48:5, BIN 1

(a future ruler) eli eqel sat-tuk-ki AISur luraddima should add to the terrain supplying A99ur's offerings ibid. 54, see Postgate Taxation p. 89; sat-tuk-ki Esagil u ildni Bdbili ukin Streck Asb. 226:9, 230:10, and passim in Asb.; ana kunni sa-tuk-ku zandn ereti ibid. 178:9; Sa . . . sat-tuk-ki-di-na batlutu ukinnu (RN) who reestablished their (the sanctuaries') interrupted offerings ibid. 236:7, cf. Iraq 7 106 No. 33:5

(Asb.),

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VAB 4 154 A iv 23, cf. SA.DUG4 -Sii-nU rabiti S. . ana duMi d§-te-e-ma ibid. 158 A vii 1;
(Senn.);

sattukku
pitrusu sa-at-tu-uk-ku ina pi

ippark batlu nidbdca (see nindabi usage
a-3') VAB 4 142 ii 5 (Nbk.), cf. ibid. 110 iii 22;

see also de'2 v. mng. 2b; sa-at-tuk-ki Egipar utahhid YOS 1 45 ii 13 (Nbn.); as for Sin and Ningal sa-at-tuk-ki-Iu-nu eli §a pana utahhid ibid. 19; sa-at-tu-ku-§u du§: iUti nidbdu elluti eli ea pani uater VAB 4 90 i 13 (Nbk.), cf. sat-tuk-ku u nindab&eli §a mahri uSaterma ibid. 228 iii 37 (Nbn.), sa-ta-ku eli §a pani uMatir ibid. 248 iii 35, cf. also BHT pl. 10 vi 5; mutahhidu sat-tuk-ku
AnOr 12 303:12 (gama,-gum-ukin), also BBSt.

No. 35:7 (Merodachbaladan II), cf. RN .. . mutahhid sa-at-tu-uk-ku VAB 4 214 i 9
(Ner.), cf. ibid. 230 i 10, 234 i 4, 252 i 4 (Nbn.), RA 22 58 i 22, Sumer 13 190:4, Bauer Asb. 2 42:20;

SA.DUG 4 'uatu ipparisma batil surqinu that regular offering was interrupted, the incense offering ceased BBSt. No. 36 i 26 (NB); sA.DUG 4 -4i ukinma PN gangi Sippar bar ugasbit he established his (Samag's) regular offerings, and installed PN, the temple administrator of Sippar and diviner (to oversee them) ibid. i 20; ana . . ullum parseupillud kunni sat-tuk-ki §urruh nindabe (Marduk gave him the scepter) to keep intact rites and sacred practices, to establish the offerings, to make food offerings abundant ibid. iii 5; sat-tuk-ku ugabtili he (Nabonidus) had halted the offerings 5R 35:7 (Cyr.); for other refs. see kdnu A mngs. 3e and 6, ginu A mng. 2c-1', batlu adj. mng. 1. g) in lit. and omens: a nobody will rule, will restore the temples sat-tuk-ku ilani rabti ukdn ekurrati igteni izannan will establish the offerings for the great gods and care for the shrines in every
way ZA 52 242:36 (SB astrol.), also Thompson

mukin sat-tuk-ku

JCS 17 129:8 (Esarh.),

Borger Esarh. 70 § 40:5, 74:17, etc., Iraq 30 107:16 (Asb.), VAB 4 178 i 20, PBS 15 79 i 15 (Nbk.), Hunger Kolophone No. 328:6 (Asb.);

naddn sat-tuk-ke-e-ui [. . .] the giving of her (Ninlil's) offering Bauer Asb. 2 88 K.6085:13, cf. ana naddn zibea gind&a tuhhudi eli sat-tuk-ki ildni [Slturi(?)] ibid.
11, cf. also (beside gini) ibid. 19 K.3079+ ii 5, 66 K.3127+ r. 27, also Borger Esarh. 114 ii 12;

error for ana . . . sadar sA).SAG Ekur u Nippuri in order to (restore the sanctuaries and) regularly provide offerings to Ekur and Nippur Hinke Kudurru ii 3 (Nbk. I), cf. ina sadar sA(,!).DUG 4 Ekur inaniq lumduli because of regularly providing offerings to Ekur, because of munificent sacrifices ibid. ii 8; ana ... Sullumu sa-at-tuk-[ki] to ensure the full delivery of offerings (so that no negligence or fault would be committed) VAB 4
216 ii 19 (Ner.), cf. RN . .. mulallim SA.DUG4

9A(stonecutter's

Rep. 199A r. 3; balukkunu inalgigiul uktanni SA.DUG 4 without you (Sin and lama§) no offering is established among the Igigi PBS 1/2 106 r. 10, cf. [. . .]-nu sat-tuk-ki (parallel: isqi) AfO 19 115 B 23 (Marduk's Address to the Demons); sat-tuk Igigi Sa ip: parsu ukdn JCS 18 13 A iii 4 (prophecy); an enemy will raid the country and sattuk-ku(var. -ka) ipparras CT 40 40 r. 75,
var. from TCL 6 9:19 (SB Alu), cf. Iraq 29 124:37 (prophecies), wr. SA.DUG4 KUR TAR.ME

(var. sat-tuk-ku) CT 36 6:14 (Kurigalzu I), var. from BIN 2 33:2; ana sat-tuk-ku -sali-mu Iraq 27 6 iii 20 (NB lit.); muparzih sat-[tuk-ki . . .] AAA 18 95 (pl. 18) No. 16:8

ACh Supp. 2 Adad 104 r. 28; the locust that dries up orchards parisu sat-tuk-ki Sa ili u igtari cutting off the offerings for god and goddess BA 5 629 No. 4 iv 26 (= Craig ABRT 1 54); [s]at-tuk-ka-ni libilluni En. el. V 139; ,uluhh sakke u sat-tak-ki rites, rituals, and offerings Craig ABRT 1
30:44 (acrostic prayer of Asb.); icy), for comm., see lex. section; [ak]rub sA. a-[b]u-ni

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*sattukku
our itti [DI]NGIR-lim iZuzu SA.DUG 4 fathers, with the god's (help), divided up

sawn Uruk 37:8 (diagn.); iR-ka i-sa-'-ma (in obscure context) BE 17 60a:10 (MB let.).
In Kocher BAM 182:21 read li-ir-'-i, see reh2.

the

s.

Ugaritica 5 163 ii 21, see von Soden,

UF 1 194; for ni-siq sA.DUG 4 BiOr 30 180:75

see nisqu disc. section.
*sattukku
gattukki

sa'uru A (or sa'dru, sa'iru) s.;

(a type

of jewelry?); NA; pl. sa'urdte.
(attukku, §antukku) in 9a

s.; person in charge of the reg-

(tribute of the land of Bit-Adini) chairs
of ivory overlaid with silver HAR Kt.GI sa-'u-ru(var. -ri) Ki..GI §a tamlite brace-

ular offerings; lex.*; cf. sattukku.
lu sa.dug 4 = §d-an-tuk-ki Lu IV 364; 16 [s] a.dug 4 = fa fa-tu-uk-ki OB Lu A 416.

fd

lets of gold, s.-s of gold which are of the filled variety(?) (followed by a necklace and a dagger) AKA 365 iii 62, (tribute

sa'tu see sdmtu B. situ (to be left over) saturu see sataru. saturu (to write) see §ataru. see &tu.

of the land of Hatti) twenty talents of
silver sa-'u-ri Kt.GI HAR Ktr.GI GfR.ME§
Kt.GI ibid. 366 iii 65 (Asn.); (booty from

Babylon) NA 4 sa-'u-ra-t[e unit kaspi hurdsi] AfO 9 100:23 (8amSi-Adad V); 5 Sa'u-ra-te tallulte ANAE.KUR.RA five s.-s,
trappings for horses Postgate Palace Archive 150:3; 5 sa-'u-rat tirdni 43 MIN GI§GAL. ME (among jewelry) ADD 934:4f., also ADD 935:5, cf. 940:6.

sftu v.; (mng. unkn.); lex.*
[.. 8'ff. .] = sa-a-u, na-a-i, sa-a-tu Erimhus I Gap a

9

sa'u (sabbu, sdru) s.; 1. species of ash tree); lex.*

mud,

2.

(a

im.llu.a = ti-i-ri, ti-ru-tu, sa-'-u (var. sa-a-ri) Hh. X 397ff., see MSL 9 193. gig.ma.nu.lu.a (vars.im.lu.a, a.li.a)=e-tiru (var. ti-ru), gis.ma.nu.lf.a = sa-'-u (vars. sa-'-u, sa-a, sab-bu, sa-a-[u]) Hh. III 165 f., see MSL 9 161 and MSL 6 163.

Since references written HAR appear alongside sa'uru, refs. wr. IAR are cited sub semeru.
(Parpola, OLZ 1979 33.)

sa'uru B (or sahuru) s.; (a type of facial hair); lex.*
[su 6] .tun1..na.mu = da-ar-ru-u-ti, F[tnl.du. mu = sd-Hu-ru (followed by leti my cheek) Ugumu Bil. Section C 6.

1. mud: see

Hh. X,

in lex. section.

2. (a species of ash tree, probably ash
growing in marshy ground): see Hh. III,

in lex. section.
See also sahhu A.

Possibly erroneous entry, also indi-

cated by the lack of the possessive suffix.
sa'uru (dirty) see Su'uru.

sa'u v.; to hiccup(?), to wheeze(?); MB, SB.
al. §a.su.dag.ga, zi [x].tur = sd-d-um, li.bi = i-sd- MSL 9 80:173ff. (list of diseases); [zi].tur, [zi].pah, [KAXLI].KAXLI = sa-a-, [ a. = sa-a-a-Hu ibid. 96:201ff.; [...] = sa-a-u, na-a-i, sa-a-tu Erimhus I Gap a 8'ff.; [.. .] = sa-'-[u (or lu)] CT 51 171:2f. (unidentified voc.).

sa

**sawitu (AHw. 1033b) In TSifr (= Jean Tell Sifr) 70:6 read a-na ga-me-<er>-ti-4u,
see Charpin Archives Familiales p. 127, and

Vu].dig.gi

delete this ref. CAD 4 (E) 256 s.v. erbettu usage b. sawfl s.; desert, wasteland; OB, Mari.*
ina sa-we-e qaqqar nasmim a ibtu um siatim larrum Sumnu diam la ipulu ...

If he has been sick for a day and ilebbu
u i-sa-a' he groans and wheezes (?) Hunger

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sawwfl

sebe

dlam epu§ I built a city in an arid region where no king built a city from days of yore ii 9 (Jahdunlim); 8abam ana libbi

a desert, had ever
RA 33 51

lim iuru bum ul qabi ina warkdt durim ina fsalwe-e sabum ibiatma it was not ordered

that the troops be brought into the city, the troops should spend the night on the other side of the city wall in the s. Bagh.
Mitt. 2 56 i 16 (OB let.).

sawwfl see *suww . sazuhhuru s.; midwife(?); Nuzi*; foreign
word. 8 SAL.ME muleniqdti 5 SAL.ME 8sdzul-]-hu-ru Sa GN eight wet nurses, five midwives(?) from GN (received beer bread) HSS 16 400:7.

7 a.ra min.na.me9 : se-bet adi Tina sunu CT 16 15 v 56f., see also adi A mng. 4a; 7. m dingir 7.am.me§ 7.am dingir.hul.a.meg : se-betilani killati se-bet ilani lemnutu seven gods of the world, seven evil gods CT 16 13 iii 18ff., cf. ibid. 21f.; : se-bet ili Same 7.am dingir an.dagal.la.me rapSiti (they are) seven gods of the wide heavens ibid. 13f., also ibid. 16f.; 7 abgal(NUN.ME) id. da mi .m t.da : se-bet apkallu la ina nari ibban (see apkallu lex. section) Or. NS 30 2:7 f. and dupls. 82-5-22,559 i If. and W 22762/2 i 17 f., see JNES 33 192; 7 GI.GIlIMMAR.TUR.TUR.LA : se-bet suhuggi STT 200:55f., cf. se-bet urigallu (Sum. broken) K.3338:18 (bit mesiri).

a) in gen. - 1'

preceding the things

counted: se-bi-it umim u se-bi muidtim seven days and seven nights Gilg. M. ii 8

(OB); se-be-e-et [warhi] (followed by the
eighth month, see samnu num. usage a)
Bab. 12 pl. 12 vi 1 (OB Etana);

kima ,inu

The word sas/zuhhuru may be based on Sum. a. z u "midwife" with a Hurr. suffix;
note that in JNES 8 55 as za-zu-uh-lu. se'aru see sru. this ref. is cited

nu[tim] se-bi ndrdt[im] ebira[m] TIM 2 39:7 (OB let.); se-bi aam[dtim] seven whirlwinds RA 46 92:76 (OB Epic of Zu); dlikat mahri ~ut se-bet athe (Narudu) the leader of her seven brethren Craig ABRT
1 55 i 5 (= BA 5 626:6); iksurunimma rikis 7

(var. se-bet) illassun (see illatu mng. 2)
Lambert BWL 32:65 (Ludlul I); si-bit tu-U .UB.

seba see sebe. sebat see sebitu. sebe (seba, fem. sebet) num.; seven; from OB on; cf. sebAer, sebfiu, sebitu, sebi A adj. and num., seb'tu, sibittu, *subu'iu.
UD.7.KAM = seb-ti (var. se-eb-ti) MIN (= u 4 -mu) (error fr sebetti, between §e§etti and samanti) Hh. I 184; mus.eme.imin.bi = se-er 7 (var. se-ba) liid-na-a-di a snake with seven tongues Hh. XIV 17; u-mu-un, i-ku KI.MIN 7XA§ (i.e., 7 wr. with seven horizontal wedges) = se-bet, KI.MIN GAN seven iku Ea II 140f.; u-mu-un, ge§-KI.MIN 7 = se-bet, 7 §u-§i Ea II 255f.; peg.pe§.gi 4 (i.e., 3+3+1) = se-bi-it NBGT IV 45; [p e ].p e . g [i] = 7 Antagal C 58; 7 = 7-it CT 18 29 ii 20, dupl. RA 16 166 ii 25 (group voc.). ka.k6e 7 a.rd 2.am u.me.ni.k6 : kisir sebet adi gina kusurma tie twice seven knots CT 17 20 ii 77f., and ibid. 24 iv 232f., cf. 7 a.ra 2. am : se-bet adi gina ibid. 6 iii 7f., 14 K.3128+ :7f.,

9UB-ni seven chapels(?) will collapse ACh Adad 17:33; note in status rectus: [ra]pam

irtim muttabbilu si-bi-tam qabli broadchested, who leads the seven battles (said
of Ningirsu) RA 46 90:38 and 40 (OB Epic of

Zu), cf. the Anunnaki si-bi-it-tam dullam

ulazbalu Igigi had the seven Igigi carry the work load Lambert-Millard Atra-hasis
42 I 5.

2' following the things counted: [hur]'a-ni si-bi-tam [.. .]
mountains

I [..

.] the seven

UET 1 146 iv 13 (Hammurapi);

Sarri si-bit-ti samdnutu ahassunuDN the seven kings, and as eighth their sister, Narudu AfO 14 144:75 (bit mesiri); dingir. imin.bi HA.A. hul.[e].[ne] : DINGIR.
ME9 se-bet muhalliq lemnuti 4R 21 No. 1B
r. 21f. (bit mesiri, coll. R. Borger); obscure:

GI§.TUKUL 7-ti 15-ti the right seventh(?)
"weapon-mark" KAR 151:30f., also r. 27 and KAR 423 r. iii 60.

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sebeser 3' alone: iStuma si-bi-it ineru after he had killed seven Gilg. 0.I. r. 17. b) as predicate: summa marratum 7-e if the gall bladders are seven YOS 10 31 xiii 20; an 7. Am ki 7. Am : ina sam sebet ina erseti se-bet-ma they (the evil demons) are seven in heaven and seven in the nether world CT 16 14 iii 25f., but imin.na.meS imin.na.meS : si-bit-ti gunu si-bit-ti §unu they are seven, they CT 16 15 v 28f., also ibid. are seven 30ff., 14 iv 17f., CT 17 13:13ff.; mus.mah. ginx(GIM) sag.imin.na (older recension: mus.mah zu.imin sag.gis.ra. r a : a kima musmahhi se-ba qaqqaddsu nerta inarru (Ninurta's seven-headed mace) which has seven heads like a serpent, wreaking carnage Angim III 38 (= 138), cf. NUN.A.TIR.imin.na.mu : nina ga se-ba abrdsu (see abru B) ibid. 30 (= 135), mus.sag.imin.na : serru se-ba qaqqaddau Lambert, Studies Albright sa basmi si-si-it pisu si-bi-it 345:16; lisdnisu si-bi-it (var. si-bi-it ' si-bi-it) u-lu-mi-ku 8a libbiSu the dragon has six mouths, seven tongues, seven .... -s on the belly Sumer 13 93:17f. (= TIM 9 66), var. from ibid. 95:9f. (= TIM 9 65). For HSS 5 104:10 see sdb usage a-2'. sebeser num.; seventeen; OB; cf. sebe. se-be-se-er UD (abbr. for uttet?) seventeen grains(?) JNES 5 205:33 (OB math.).
Goetze, JNES 5 187.

sebitu 7-hi KUR GN attabalkat seven times I crossed the Amanus Layard 94:132 (Shalm. III); 7-Ad darru ina muhhija [...] ABL 307 edge 1 (NA); 7-u? ana pan amal tulaq= balu you have him recite (this) before ama§ seven times AMT 87,2:8, §ipta 7-4i tamannu RA 18 25 i 8, 7-i u 7-ni Kocher BAM 3:33, and passim in rituals; 2-M 7-i amqut I fall twice seven times (at the feet of my lord) MRS 9 218 RS 17.425:7, and passim ibid. 221-226 in the greeting formulas of letters, see 0. Kaiser, ZDPV 86 20ff.; note in EA wr. 7-Su 7-u EA 157:4, 160:3, and passim, 7 U 7.TA.AM EA 228:7, [7](-it) 7.

Ui

TA.AM EA 88:3, 7-§u 7.AM EA 74:5, 76:6,

7-§u 7-da-a-an EA 268:7, etc., 7-it-u u 7-ta-na EA 315:6f., 323:7f., etc., see VAB 2 1521, also wr. syll.: 7 u i-[ib-i-tal-an EA 211:4, 7-§u §i-bi-ta-an EA 221:6, §i-ib-eta-an EA 215:6, 7 anapani§i-bi-t[a-a]-an EA 196:4, as a conflation of the Sum. adverbial ending TA.AM and the WSem. dual ending -dyim, cf. Heb. sib'dtdyim "seven times," lit. "twice seven"; see also mila. b) adi sebi§u: ruSam 8a supriSu adi 7 se-bi-§u iqqur (Ea) scratched out the dirt from his fingernails seven times VAS 10 214 v 25 (OB Agugaja); the treasures which the Elamite kings adi 7-§u iSlul took as booty seven times Streck Asb. 50 vi 10; adi 7-ii u 7-S lu pair lu patir let it t (the illness) be absolved, be removed seven times and seven times KAR 228:23
and r. 4 (SB inc.), wr. A.RA 7 -2G Sumer 34

sebet see sebe. sebiat see sebitu. sebiitu see sebitu.

Arabic Section 63:58f., and see adiA mng. 4d. c) aSabi§u: a-§a-be-Su qablidtum a kaspim itta qabliatum §a werim .. . ina siliani kanku seven qablitu's of silver and two qablitu's of copper are under seal in the chests BIN 4 90:9 (OA).
For BKBM 30:43 (= Kocher BAM 575 iii 43)

seven (Sibi'u, *§abi§u) adv.; times; from OA, OB on; wr. syll. and 7-§u/li; cf. sebe.
sebilu

see Seb2 "to be sated."

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sebi'u
mithartum ana mithartim se-bi-a-tim imti (one side of) the square is less (lit. decreased) by one seventh than (the other side of) the square TMB 4 No. 10:2, also (with iter) TMB 5 No. 11:2; mithartum s[e-b] i-a-at mithart[im] (the side of) one square is one seventh of the (side of the other) square TMB 8 No. 17:2; se-bi-at se-bi-at ubdnim pitum the front side is one seventh of one seventh of a finger TMB 208 No. 607:2; sa-ba-atpitim (followed by §i8at, hamlat, etc., putim) Sumer 7 144:48, saba-at iddim ibid. 130:22,148:20; 1,31,58,48 7-atzi 13,8,24 zI 1,18,50,24 ta[mmar] subtract one seventh from 1,31,58,48, (i.e.) subtract 13,8,24, and you find 1,18,50,24 MDP 34 111:1, cf. 7-at a x zi
...

sebfi cf. §eSu u se-bu-u (var. 7-u) Lambert BWL 32:64 (LudlulI); 4 se-bu-um 9U.BA.AN.TI the seventh (brother) receives four (as his share) (in a division of shares among seven brothers, from the eldest (rab2m) to the seventh) Sumer 10 57 ii § 2:24 (OB math.); [in]a se-e-bi-i Idibtu ina samdni Benna (he stationed the god of) the Idibtu disease in the seventh (gate), (the god of) Bennu in the eighth (etc.) EA 357:70 (Nergal
and Eregkigal), cf. 7-4 bdbu CT 15 46:60 and ibid. 47 r. 45 (Descent of Ihtar), also AnSt 10 110 i 26 (Nergal and Ereikigal); hanga 6-a u 7-a

. . . leqepari[sa] take the fifth, sixth, and seventh oars Gilg. X iv 5; summa 7if, seventh (omen) (preceded by andi, 4-4, 5-4d, 6- ) CT 20 25 ii 24, dupl. 4al-u,
ibid. 27 K.4069 ii 12 (SB ext.); MU.7.KAM.HI.A

ibid. 7; se-bi-at zitti Sumer 10 59 § 7;

i 7-bi-

tim 8a laptuma hepe halve the one seventh which has been assumed MCT 71 J 27, wr. igi.7.g al ibid. 24 (all OB math.).
Thureau-Dangin, RA 31 49f., RA 33 36 n. 2; Neugebauer, MKT 3 7 n. 27; Goetze, JNES 5 199 n. 71.

sebi'u see sabP. sebfi A (Sabc, ,eb'u, fem. sebtu) adj.; seventh; from OB on; wr. syll. (Sab Cagni Erra I 38, seb'u Smith Idrimi 45) and 7 with vocalic complement; cf. sebe.
7.u.kam.ma.mu gagan 6.ul.[mag] : se-buui umi belet Eul[maS] my seventh name is Mistress of the Eulmas SBH p. 109 No. 56 r. 69f.; 7.kam. ma IM.mir.ra im.hul.a : se-bu-u meh SAdru lemnu the seventh is a storm, an evil wind CT 16 19:25f.

RN arru dannu unakkiranni ina Se-eb-i atapar for seven andti ana RN ... years Parattarna, the great king, kept up hostilities against me, in the seventh year I sent (an emissary) to Parattarna Smith Idrimi 45, cf. <ina> §e-eb-i §anati ibid. 29; ina 7-e girrija OIP 2 39 iv 54 (Senn.), Streck Asb. 40 iv 110, but usually wr. with the num. 7 only, e.g., WO 1 464:34 (Shalm. III); in se-bu-tim lattija in my seventh year
Unger Babylon 283 ii 25 (Nbk.), see Landsberger,

(itunum) [se-b]u-tum the ZA 41 298; seventh (oven) Edzard Tell ed-Der 198:13 (OB), cf. se-bu-tum the seventh (cake, see kamanu) Gilg. XI 218; x A.A 1 puru 7-t x field, the seventh lot (description of a field) KAV 125:2 (MA).
In BE 17 34:42 read ki aq-bu-d.

se-bu-U (var. 7-) iumu ina ka§adi when the seventh day came Gilg. XI 129, cf. 7-a uma ibid. 145, hana §e§a u se-ba-a §amand ti[sd u e'rd] the fifth, sixth, and seventh, the eighth, ninth, and tenth (day)
Gilg. IV vi 10 (= Gilg. VII), see Landsberger, RA 62 133, cf. ina se-bi-i imi KUB 37 44:11,

sebf B (or sep)
- -4 IDIMs4 bu

adj.; deaf; lex.*

Proto-Izi I 167c; i-dim IDIM = pehu-u dumb, se-ku/-bu-u, kabtu, etc. A II/3 Section

E 13ff.; se-ku-u // i[p(?)-x]-'d(?) // se-bu- // sukku-ku / pi-is-nu-qu [//[.. .] A II/3 Comm. B r. 25'.

45 obv.(!) 6; (SumAa) se-bu-4 her (Lamaitu's) seventh name 4R Add. p. 10 to pi. 56 i 7; se-ba-a (vars. 7-a, ta-ba-a)imat baSme isnduma the seventh (of the seven gods) he filled with snake venom Cagni Erra I 38,

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bu-4 Hunger Uruk 101 ii 2 (table of reciprocals); in expressing small fractions: samdni ina se-bu-i 1 (lit. an eighth in a seventh) (lit. a BRM 2 16:2, finzir ina se-bu-ui twelfth in a seventh) NCBT 1963:2 and r. 1, 18-'-u ina se-bu-u NCBT 1954:2 (Sel.),
all cited A. Sachs, JNES 5 214.

segfi libbi ali agd es-se-di the gods of the king, my lord, know (i.e., I swear it) that before the "rising" of Bel, though I lived here(?), I helped everyone in this town ABL 846 r. 15; [. . .] i-se-du-' [. . .] VAS 6 270:9. b) in Achaem.: DN is-se-dan-nu ina silli §a DN GN nitebir Ahuramazda helped me, and under the protection of Ahuramazda we crossed the Tigris VAB 3 25
§ 18:35 (Dar.), cf. ibid. 15 § 9:10, and passim in Dar. Behistun, also ibid. 91 § 5:31 (Dar. Na),

sebf see sept A. sebf see sdb and sdbq in bit sdbi.

sebfitu (sibdtu) s.; the seventh day of the month; OB; cf. sebe.
u4.6.7 = se-*b[u(text neither -b[u] nor -i[b])tun], u4.6.15 = a-pa[at-tum], u 4.[61.20 = es-rufestival of the seventh, the fifteenth, the [d] twentieth day (of the month) Kagal G 234ff.

wr. is-se-dan-ni MDP 21 p. 6 § 3:14; arki DN i-se-da-an-ni ina silli §a DN mdtdti sin thereafter Ahuramazda andku adik helped me, and with the protection of Ahuramazda I smote these lands Herzfeld
API p. 30 No. 14:26 (Xerxes Ph), cf. ibid. 37.
Herzfeld API 341 f.

arhamse-bu-ta-am u Japattamkima kul= lumdta fullim do it thoroughly, as you have been shown, on the first, the seventh, and the fifteenth day of the month (probably with reference to a ritual) TCL 1 50:23 (OB let.); ina arhi se-bu-ti u Japatti teliltam lualgkin rimka on the first, the seventh, and the fifteenth day of the month I will have a cleansing and a bathing carried out Lambert-Millard Atrahasis 56 I 206 (OB), cf. ibid. 221; ina se-bu-tim

seg1 v.; 1. to move about, to observe laws, 2. III (causative to mng. 1); NB, LB; Aram. lw.; I *isgi- iseggi, 1/2, III; cf. seg4. 1. to move about, to observe laws a) in gen.: the men in whose charge we were ana nuru uessndlima aki libbini ina zu-u-ga ni-se-eg-gu-u let us out of detention so that we could move about in .. . as we wished BIN 1 36:25 (NB let.); PN ultuSa-di(text -ki)-i ulterid ina massarti ittija is-se-eg-gu umma ana adi la ihalliq I brought PN down from the mountains he was moving out with me under guard, and I said to myself: He must not escape into the mountains ABL 1286 r. 7, cf. Bel-ibni . .. [x] arhani ittini is-se-g[i(!)] ABL 752 r. 13; ina muhhi tamirdti gabbi ul i-se-eg-gu-u they are not going about in all the irrigation districts YOS 3 84:20 (NB let.), cf. ina me i-seg-gu-u ABL 752:15 and 16; aki libbilu ina mat Elamti i-seg-ga
ABL 965 r. 6.

(in broken context) UET 6 193:7; for Ur III refs. wr. 6. u 4.7 see Landsberger Kult.
Kalender 97 f. Hunger, RLA 5 303.

sebftu see sebt A. sederu see saddru. sedru see sadru adj. se'du see si'du.
sedu adj.;

(mng. uncert.); lex.*

si-gun= se-e-du, pd-e-lum, zarriqum, etc. MSL 9 131:394ff. (Proto-Aa).

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segu never done injury to the mighty or the lowly VAB 3 67 § 63:104 (Dar.); ina da-a-ta annd' si-i-gi §a DN i-mi-li-i-ki observe that law which Ahuramazda has established Herzfeld API p. 31 No. 14:40, cf. 8a ina da-a-ta annd' i-se-gu-u ibid. 43 (Xerxes Ph), cf. lapani dnadtijaattua[is(?)-gu(?)1-'
MDP 24 p. 118:28 (Dar. Se), see Herzfeld API

sehfi sehsehi (or zihzihi) adv.; at twilight; OB lex.; Sum. lw.
siuh. sih. am = zi-ih-zi-hi (between bardriand ina liliatim) OBGT I 798.

On Sum. *si.is.hi (from siuh.suh)
see Falkenstein, ZA 53 100 and n. 18 and 19.

p. 20 § 4. 2. III (causative to mng. 1) - a) to let someone go: itti UmmahaldaSu u-sd-asgu-u-u 2 -Si 3 -§ ki ue'idul ina qdte unu ul itirSu they tried to obtain his extradition from RN (the king of Elam) although he complained to him (RN) two or three times, he did not save him from their
hands ABL 281 r. 26 (NB).

sehi (sah, sah'u) adj.; in trouble, disturbed, thrown into confusion; from OA, OB on; cf. sehU v. a) referring to persons: ana kussi bit abija erub u se-he-ku-u-ma §ulmi ul a , purakkum I have mounted the throne in my father's house, but I have been so preoccupied that I did not write you that all was well with me ARM 4 20:6, cf. um awilu Turukkt usz s[e] -he-ku-ma tern awili Turukki u[l] aspurakkum ibid. 23:8, cf. [s] e-he-ku-u-ma ula uldbilakkum Kraus,
AbB 5 166 r. 4.

b) to enforce a law: dindtu attua ina birit madtte agann&tu u-'a-as-gu-u they enforced my laws throughout those lands
VAB 3 13 § 8:9 (Dar.). Landsberger, Symb. Koschaker 225 n. 24 and 27; von Soden, Or. NS 46 194.

segu s.; (a game); MB.* (in my city of Babylon there are) §insu piqru u namtu se-e-gu teltu u largitu alid napdgu u buruburu (among games played by boys) HS 1893:11 (= RT 19 59 Ist.
Ni. 341, coll. W. von Soden), cf. a-se-gu ta-

a-li-lu-u-a t ki-se-el-le-tum (referring to
games of girls) ibid. 17, cited von Soden, WZKM 56 127 n. 57. segfl

adj.;

roaming, moving;

SB*;

cf.

segu2.
GIDIM murtappidu // [eft]emmu se-gu-z §a etemmadu la paq[du] roaming ghost: ghost moving about, (referring to one) whose ghost has not been provided (with funerary offerings) Hunger Uruk 49 r. 38.

b) referring to a country: allumi .im TfoG a Akkid §a talpuranni i tu tus' Akkidiu ana Alim ula erubunim mdssunu sd-hi-a-at-ma with reference to the purchase of Akkadian textiles about which you wrote me, no Akkadians have entered the City (Assur) since you left, their country is in a state of anarchy VAT 9249:8, see Larsen The Old Assyrian City-State 87 n. 8; kima mat GN lu GN 2 sd-ah-a-at-ni aidati ana GN 2 la etiqma I did not move on to Wah~ugana because both the land of Burughanda and Wah~ugana were in a state of disorder KT Hahn 1:4; la taltas nammi kima mat Ku-na-na-mi-it sd-ah-aat-ni-ma do you not keep hearing that the land of GN is in a state of disorder? LB 1209:14 (courtesy K. Veenhof), cf. altanam: mema matum sd( !) -ha(!) -a(!) -at BIN 4 34:9, wr. sd-hi-at CCT 3 28a:29 (all OA). c) said of actions, etc.: eli malaku sapih teimauma se(var. sa)-ha-a-tieplessu his (Kingu's) thinking was disturbed, his plan was confounded, his action was confused En. el. IV 68; ana temia la damqim malkila sd-ah-i-im to (carry out) her

von Soden, Or. NS 46 194.

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sehfl (Lamagtu's) evil decision(s), her rebellious counsel BIN 4 126:15 (OA inc.), parallel
ana temila la damqi[m] malkiga parru'im ibid. 8 ff.,
see von Soden, Or. NS 25 143; parda sa-ha-a

sehf ni§esu is-hu- rd-mal [b]dba ina panilu his own people revolted <<u>> iphU (against the king of Elam) and barred the gate against him CT 34 48 iii 7 (Bab.
Chron.), see Grayson Chronicles 79, cf. Kraus AV 401:29 (chron.).

Japta'u his lips are violent and rebellious 8urpu II63; uncert.: la sa-ha-anind[ab d(?)]
Perry Sin pl. 4:19, see Ebeling Handerhebung 128.

sehfi (sahd'u, *,ehH) v.; 1. to become troublesome, to become rebellious, to beto disturb, come disturbed, 2. suhhf disarrange, make unrecognizable, to throw into confusion, 3. II/2 to become disturbed, disarranged, 4. IV to become bewildered, to meet with trouble, to become rebellious; from OA, OB on; I ishi and ishu - isahhi and isahhu, 1/2, 1/3, II,

c) to become disturbed: milak'unu ishu-m[a] their minds became disturbed
Studies Landsberger 286 r. 5 (MA lit.).

11/2, IV, IV/3;

cf. musehhc, seh' adj.,

sehf, sihu A, sihu A in bel sihi, sihitu.
mu-u MU = su-hu-u A 111/4:29.

it-te-ni-is-hi= id-dal-lah he will be confused CT

41 33:5 (Alu Comm., to CT 39 39:13).

1. to become troublesome, to become rebellious, to become disturbed - a) to become troublesome, to make trouble (said of persons): Jumma ana imim §a emmeri i-sd-hi-u-ni-ku emmeri. . . ebilam if they make trouble for you with regard to the price of the sheep, send the sheep to me OIP 27 6:19, cf. apputtum la ta-sdhi-i please do not make any trouble RA 51 5 HG 75 case 4 (both OA letters). b) to become rebellious (said of a country, a population): ddurma umma andkuma assurri. .. i-sa-hu-ma ina sihim §a i-sa-hu- [. . .] I became afraid, saying (to myself): Certainly they will rebel and in the uprising they stage, [they will ... ] ARM 2 25 r. 13'; ultu mat Elamti ta-sehu-u after Elam had revolted Streck Asb. 44 v 16; u ki uqnti attad mdtu i-se-ehha-an-ni if I take away the lapis lazuli, the country will revolt against me ABL 1240:21, cf. mdtdti gabbi is-se-[ha-a] ABL all (the gabbi se-hu-S~-nu-tu 460:7; Tahhaharua and the Ballukea tribe) are in revolt against them ABL 281:22 (all NB);

2. suhh to disturb, disarrange, make unrecognizable, to throw into confusion a) to disturb, disarrange, to make una ... boundaries: recognizable - 1' misirlaul us-sah-ha kudurraSaul uttakkar iannaPN ... misirlaus-sah-hi kudurraa uttakkir (the field) whose boundary is not to be disturbed, whose boundary stone is not to be moved - now PN has "disturbed its boundary and moved its boundary stone BE 1/1 83 r. 1 and 5 (NB kudurru), cf. (the name of the boundary stone is) e tu-sah-hi mis[ra] ibid. r. 22; misra u kudurra la su-uh-hi-i MDP 2 pl. 21 ii 14 (Meligipak), cf. a . . . misra kudurra u-sah-hu-u BBSt. No. 11 ii 12 (NB), §a ... kudurrija unassahu kisurreti u-sah-hu-u CT 36 7 ii 20, cf. [ia ... ] i-sah-hu-u YOS 9 80:25, see Borger Einleitung 101; whoever claims that field or ana ahi nakari iftarak ika misra u kudurraus-sah-hi ZA 65 56:40. representations, ground plan: §a 2' qatijaunakkaruma bunnanijau-sahepett hu-u usurat essiru u§amsakuma simateja upa§at.u he who removes my handiwork, makes my features unrecognizable, does away with the reliefs I have engraved, or effaces the representations I (made) Lyon Sar. 12:76, cf. ibid. 19:103, 22:58; munak= kir sitir sumija mu-sah-hu-u simatija he who removes my written name, makes unrecognizable the representations I made
Borger Esarh. 28:31; Ebabbar . .. a

imi

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VAB 4 254 i 18, cf. ibid. 270 i 10 (both Nbn.),

sehfi la ulamt2u (the enemy shall not make a surprise attack on him) throw him into confusion, harm him, or decimate him
K.2617, iii 18' (tamitu), see Lambert, JCS 13 132;

cf. suh-ha-' usurtalu MVAG 21 86:14 (Kedorlaomer text), cf. ibid. 19, u-sah-hi usurtau
ibid. 88:16.

other occs.: [.. .] kitti lu §a basi ul u-sah-ha sdr[i] [. . .] la kitti lu §a eri ina zaqiqi gtabbat the just [...], even if it is of sand, the wind will not disturb, the unjust [...], even if it is of bronze, will be thrown over by a breeze RA 68 150:1; a future ruler §a epiSti epuu isah-hu-u who disturbs the (irrigation) works I have made OIP 2 84:58 (Senn. Bavian), cf. [.. .] u-sah-hu-uiparsuSuYOS 9 3'
80:2, see Borger Einleitung 101; DN suh-hi

rub2 [...]-Su-ma u-sah-ha Leichty Izbu XI 57; utarra amassu ana psu pilu ana dabdbi su-uh-ha-su I will put back his (my adversary's) word in his own mouth, his mouth will be .... for him to talk KAR
71 r. 7 (SB inc.).

3. 11/2 to become disturbed, disarranged: egret ilani rabUti us-sah-ha-a the sanctuaries of the great gods will be ransacked JCS 18 17 B 18, cf., wr. u-sah-ha
ibid. 12 A ii 12 (SB prophecies), see Biggs, Iraq

AGA.MES--d Ennundagalla, disarrange his crown MVAG 21 86:28 (Kedorlaomer text), cf. ibid. 31; in obscure context: su-uh-ha-a
ubandteSu ArOr 17/1 192 r. 19 (SB inc., translit. only); [imhullu itebbima] kululi'a qaqqad

29 122; burti §uati us-sah-hi-ma (see burtu A mng. la) PBS 15 69:9 (early NB); see also BE 1/1 83 r. 1, cited mng. 2a-1'. 4. IV to become bewildered, to meet with trouble, to become rebellious - a) to become bewildered, to meet with trouble: andku es-rsi-hil enniSi I have become bewildered, confused JCS 11 84 iii 8 (OB Cuthean Legend), cf. es-si-hu en-ni-ni AnSt 5 102:88 (SB version), also la te-si-ih-hu (var. te-is-si-ih-hu) la tenniMu ibid. 106:154; the [.. .] of the man sent to the river ordeal la in-ne§-di-u la is-sah-hu-u shall not become confused, shall not become bewildered K.2556 ii 13 (tamtu, courtesy W. G. Lambert); te-es-si-ih-hu la taSarrur (if the extispicy is unfavorable the first time) you would only meet with trouble, so do not dare (anything) CT 20 47 iii 32 (SB ext.); it-[te-ni]-[is]-[hi] CT 39 39:13 (SB Alu), for comm. see lex. section. b) to become rebellious: ina samn& girrija arkiRN is-se-hu-ma mreBdbili. ... abullat dli uddilu in my eighth campaign, after 8uzubu had become rebellious, and the Babylonians had locked the gates of the city (and planned to fight) OIP 2 41 v 17 (Senn.), cf. (my brothers) is-se-hu-ma Borger Esarh. 42 i 43.
In KBo 9 55 r. 3 read KUR i-se-eh-hi-[ir],from the

rubi (var. i)-sah-ha (see kululuA mng. 1)
CT 31 50:4 (SB ext.), var. from KAR 423 ii 48;

paiuira kunna u-sah-hu-u (because) he disarranged the altar that had been prepared urpu II 79. b) to throw into confusion: ina eSdti u dalhati§a mat Akkadi Sut nakru lemnu u-sah-hu-u during the disorders and troubles when the wicked enemy, the Sutian, threw Akkad into disorder BBSt. No. 36 i 7 (NB); annakamPN sd-hu- luqissu qdti ukdl PN is in trouble here, and I am holding on to his goods KTS 5a:13 (OA let.); Subassu su-uh-hi (replacing the OB version's suhhim, see sahdmu mng. 2) RA 46 28:6 (SB Epic of Zu), dupl. STT 21:6; 8uuh-he-e iii ana ameli confusion brought on a man by a god (will occur) CT 28 27:35 (SB physiogn.), cf. a,8um silihtik[a] elmema madi azziq i-lum mu-se-eh-hi-ma dNusku [el-[x] I have been very concerned on hearing about your illness, the god who me(?), Nusku [.. .] (end of letter) .... 13N 568:8 (OB school exercise?); kima Tiruru .uti i4-a-ah-hipi-i-i[a] like that Tiruru, he confused my words Lambert-Millard Atrahasis 94 III iii 41; la i-sah-hu-d la uhattdsiu

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sehfl 11ff. For AfO 23 15:13, UET 1 165 iii 7 see sahapu mng. 5.

sekeru A
sekertu see sekretu. sekeru A (sakdru) v.; 1. to dam up, close, clog (a canal, a watercourse), 2. to

sehif s.; person who brings suit unlawfully; NB; cf. seh2 v. put Lfa se-hi-i L pdqiranu arad-larrutu u mdr-bantu 8a ina muhhi PN illa' PN2 PN 3 u PN4 nafi PN2, PN 3, and PN 4 assume

block (parts of the body),

3.

sukkuru

(same mngs. as mngs. 1 and 2), 4. II/2 to become closed, 5. IV to be closed,

guaranty against (suits brought by) a person acting unlawfully (or) a person bringing claims, (against suits claiming) the status of royal slave or of free person which arise over PN (the slave sold) Nbn.
564:8, cf., wr. se-hu-u Nbn. 1020:11, se-

dammed up, to be blocked, 6. IV to be detained; from OA, OB on; I iskir - isek: kir - sekir, 1/2, II, 11/2, IV, IV/3; wr. syll.
and BAD with phon. complement; cf. mes: kertu, sakkiru, sekiru, sekirutu, sekkiru, sekretu, sekru B, sikkiru, sikru, sukurtu.
ni-gin NIGIN = se-fkel-rum A 1/2:114, also = seke-rum(var. -ru) §d ID ibid. 132, also = se-keA.ME§ ibid. 140f.; nirum(var. -pu), se-ke-rum Ea I 47i; ni-gi-in gi-in NIGIN = se-ke-ru sd E

Nbk. 117:6; put se-hu-u u pdqirdnu 'a PN (the pledge) PN2 (the debtor) nali ki se-hu-u u paqirdnu §a PN ibal2h PN 2 ittir CT 55 92:5 and 7; put se-hi-i u Lt pdqirdnu Sa saharti PN nasu Iraq 17 87 he-e 2N-T293:9, and passim in these texts; shortened

§d

NIGIN = [se-ke-ru] sd A.ME,, MIN

§d

],

MIN

version: put se-hu-u u pdqiranunaSi BRM 1 51:5, also, wr. se-hi-u Dar. 12:8; in negative formulation: [put la] Lfa se-hi-i la pdqiranu la arad-,arrutu [la mar-ban2] tu la Sirik-ilutu la unutu . . . PN nai (see arad-garrutu usage b) PBS 2/1 65:12, also
VAS 5 95:11, 114:8, 118:12, JCS 28 36 No. 22:10;

pu-ut la su(?) -hu-u la pa-qa-ra-an-nu la arad-Sarrutu la mdr-bani tu la §irikitu Lfa
PA-u-tu PN na-ti Fort. 11786:11 (NB from Persepolis, courtesy M. W. Stolper); for other

Diri I 341ff.; n[i-me-en] [NIGIN] = se-ke-e-ru-um A Proto-Diri 68; ni-gin LAGAB = se-ke-rum §a I/2:48; ni-gi-in LAGAB = se-ke-ru d E Ea I 32f. u9 BAD = se-ke-e-rum MSL 2 130a v 7 (= MSL 14 93 103:3, Proto-Aa), also Recip. Ea A v 12; u9 BAD = se-ke-ru sd A.ME9 Ea II 77, also Idu II 246; [us] [BAD] = se-ke-ru Sd A A 11/3 Section = [se-ke]-ru me-e, [...] = [pe-t]u-i B:7; [...] sd me-e Antagal D 143 f.; [GI] = se-ke-rum CT 12 29 iv 11 (text similar to Idu). [ka kir 4 esir.ginx(GIM)] an(var. adds .nu). u .sa : pd appa kima itt i-sek(var. -sak)-kir (the illness) stops up the mouth and the nose as with bitumen CT 17 25:26. salahu a KI // U[B ] [xl-hu-ri d A [//1 se-kerum d i[D] (see saldhuAlex. section) A II/1 Comm.

9d

ID

t

1d

B r. 7; i'diimBAD = se-ke-[ru] Izbu Comm. 99, see

refs. see arad-Sarrutu usage a, amat,arrutu, mdr-banitu; put Lt se-hu-u [u

mng. Id. se-ke-ru = e-de-lu CT 18 4 r. ii 7.

pd]qiranu

nazi

ina ma muhhi imeri [illa]

PN

TuM 2-3 22:8, also (head of cattle) VAS 5 29:6, YOS 6 132:5, Speleers Recueil 284:5, (a field) VAS 5 7:10, (a house) VAS 4 64:12;

1. to dam up, close, clog (a canal, a watercourse) - a) in OB, Mari, Elam:
kima tzdA ndr GN se-ki-ir-ma mi ul ibakli

ina imu L se-hu-u u pdqiranu §a kiri ittabSu PSBA 10 pl. 5:37, cf. (a slave) TCL 12
27:6, (concerning a .tbihutuprebend) JRAS Cent. Supp. 45:23, (a boat) BIN 1 100:5, Cyr. 310:6;

as you know, the Nappagum canal is dammed up and there is no water VAS 16
115:9 (let.); ina E GO ID GN . . . pitam

note in a let.: se-hi-i u pdqardnu §a ana muhhika illaka andku put naldka YOS 3
148:23. Petschow Pfandrecht 114 n. 356.

iptema u ana pitimma ana sex(si) -keri-im ul illik he made an opening in

the dike at the bank of the Euphrates but he did not go to close that same opening Kraus AbB 1 33:35, cf. pitam gudti ni-se-ki-ir-ma ibid. 127:24; ana GN ana ID
pi-tim se-ke-ri-im Sakndku I have been appointed in GN for closing the outlet

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sekeru A
Kraus, AbB 5 224:11; ID GNul te-se-ki-[ir] -ma if you do not close off the GN canal TIM
2 131 r. 7, cf. TCL 18 120:14 and 17; x i kar pl. 12 iv 1 (kudurru),

sekeru A
wr. i-sak-ki-ru RA 66

1 LJ §a fD se-ke-ri-im x is the assignment of one man for damming up a canal TMB
126 No. 227:17, cf. ibid. 124 No. 223:1; alum

attade [.. .] UD.5.KAM se-ke-ri-im in order to close the spillway(?) for five days Kraus AbB 1 127:7, cf. attaddm... igtu UD.2.KAM is-sex(sI)-ek-ru-Iu itu is-ki-ru-§u ibid. 17f.; bit[qum] ibbattaqma mamman se-keer-8u ul ile'i if a breach opens (in the dam), no one will be able to close it ARM 14 13:55, cf. bitqam ul e-se-ek-ki-ir ARM 6 8:11, cf. ibid. 13, 4:17, and see bitqu mng. la; note with the water as object: ina GN me ni-se-ki-ir-ma GN m& isaqqi ARM 3 4:16, cf. m. . . e-se-ki-ir-Su-nu-ti-ma ibid. 5:42, me ds-ki-ir RA 68 28:23, igtu me ID Balih
..sd-ak-ru ibid. 26 (Mari let.); MU JS.SA

173:63, namkar§iqitiSunu [la] se-ke-ri-[im] MDP 10 pl. 11 ii 4; lu 8a ... nadru i-se-ekki-ru-ma liqissu ubbalu who would close its canal and (thus) let its irrigation system dry out MDP 6 pl. 10 v 7; dulli bab ndr §arri lu §a se-ke-e-ri lu §a pet2 MDP 2 pl. 21 ii 30 (all MB kudurrus), also bdb ndriSu ana la sa-ka-ri BBSt. No. 8 (p. 51) top 20 (NB); me §a takkir ... mamma mala iskir-ru (in difficult context) YOS 3 30:14, cf. libb dullu §a se-ke-er BIN 1 40:10 (both NB letters); note: silver ana se-ke-ri §a KA IM.1 for blocking (seepage? at) the south gate (of the temple) Iraq 43 138:6 (LB). c) in NA: minu 8a ana epdae .tbuni epa Summa ID harru sik-ra §umma niSe ammUte kubsa do whatever it is best to do - either close the canal or bother those
people
ABL 543 r. 11, parallel ABL 273:11, 1108 r. 12, 1244 r. 4 (all letters of Asb.).

fD GN u ID GN2 is-ki-[ru] the year after he (king Halium) dammed the canal GN
and the canal GN 2 RA 8 78:26 (year name), see Edzard Zwischenzeit 113, cf. ID GN . . . lu es-ki-ir CT 36 4 ii 19 (ASduni-erim); palgdm

iptema. . .upalgdm is-se-ki-ir YO 2 108:9; PA 5 se-ke-ru-um (name of a canal) MDP
18 91:24.

d) in hist., lit., and omens: ID Idiglat ina kutlati siparri is-ke-e-er ina kutldti siparri §igari werim ID Idiglat is-ke-er she (the goddess) closed the Tigris with a bar of bronze, with a bar of bronze, with a bolt of copper she closed the Tigris
CT 15 2 viii 8f. (OB lit.), see Romer, WO 4 13;

b) in MB, NB: reli se-ke-er-gu ana belija altanappara umma li-is-ki-ru-ma kald lidanninuma me liptu inanna beli seke-e-ra iltapra beli li-is-kir-ma I keep writing to my lord about beginning(?) its damming up, saying, "Let them dam it, let them reinforce the dike and open the water-flow," now my lord has written about damming it up, let my lord dam it up PBS 1/2 33 r. 1, 2, and 5; hazannu 8a GN namkara is-se-[ki]-ir the mayor of GN has closed the reservoir BE 17 40:4, cf. ibid. 9, also ki ipti . . . u ki utirru is-seki-ir ibid. 34:32, natbakta e-se-ki-ir-ma (see natbaktu mng. 1) ibid. 3:18, cf. takkira ana se-ke-ri PBS 1/2 57:31 (all MB letters); a. . . [nam]gareqleti lindti i-sek[ki-ru] (the official) who would close the irrigation canal of those fields MDP 10

ndratiu ina nagbim li-is-ki-ir may (Ea) dam up his rivers at the source CH xliii 9, cf. Marduk. . . narate'u li-is-kir-ma BE 1/2 149 ii 22 (kudurru); Idiglat ana se-ke-ri libbaSu ublamma Idiglat is-kir-ma (Abieduh) wished to dam up the Tigris, and he indeed dammed up the Tigris King Chron. 2 p. 21 :8 f., PurattaNU is-kir BHT pl. 16 r. 7 (chron.); note amut Utuhegal 9U.HA Sa ina se-ker nari... imutu CT 51 152 r. 16, also
KAR 422 r. 15 and 433:9, see Reiner, Anatolian Studies Gilterbock 260; ana§arri bartu Summa

mehru ina se-ker ID-§U §UB for the king, revolt, or the weir(?) will collapse during the damming of his canal Boissier Choix
p. 64:14 (coll. C. B. F. Walker), see Nougayrol, arirla RA 44 38; fD hiritu ndr tuklteu

as-kir-ma md du[SS]'tti ana ru4umdi utir (see aruru) TCL 3 + KAH 2 141:221 (Sar.),

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sekeru A cf. nadru as-ki-ir WO 4 30 iv 5 (Shalm. III); palag(a)'ula e-es-ki-ir I did not close his (Marduk's) canal VAB 4 136 viii 39, also 116 is-kiii 29 (Nbk.); abulBdbilindrhegallilunu ra(var. -ru) qdtJun at(?) the Gate of Babylon, their own hands dammed up the canal that brings them abundance Cagni Erra IV 13; inapagriunu . . . Ulaj as-ki-ir I blocked the Ulaj river with their corpses
Piepkorn Asb. 68 v 97, also AfO 8 184:49;

sekeru A and his urine, whether [.. .] of(?) water, [whether...], does not come Kocher BAM
414:8.

mdmit

palgapettse-ke-e-ru the "oath" of opening or closing a canal Surpu III 57; Summa ina Aalimti se-ker ID CT 20 1:32 (SB ext.); tamit se-ker [ndri] K.12171 iii 3 (tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert); nakru ndr larri i-se-kir-ma the enemy will close off the king's canal KAR 428:61, cf. ibid. 62 (ext.), also nakru nar rube
BAD-ir-ma Leichty Izbu II 47, for comm. see summa nara is-kir-ma ibtuq lex. section;

3. sukkuru (same mngs. as mngs. 1 and 2) - a) to dam up, close irrigation works: igtu andku hdldku SanUm warhum palgia su-ku-ru-u ever since I have been sick, for a second month now, my irrigation ditches have been blocked BIN 7 40:13 (OB let.), cf. maqtu . . . su-uk-ku-ur BE 17 27:34 (MB let.), 10 natbakdti us-se-ki-ir (see natbaktu) ibid. 12:5; u-sek-ki-ir (in broken context) AfO 18 48 C r. 23 (Tn.-Epic). b) to block parts of the body: Summa §erru qerbuiu suk-ku-ru if a baby's intestines are blocked Labat TDP 226:72, cf. Summa qerbuu suk-ku-ru ibid. 120 ii 44; I will use against you, sorceresses u tiskur mu-sak-ki-ru 'a pikina RA 18 165:20; uncert.: ina aldkiu -sa-kar STT 89:190, also Puqudaja [us]-sak-ki-ru (in fragm.
context) ABL 808 r. 3, cf. ABL 1342:3 (both

if he dams up a canal but breaches it
Dream-book 330 r. ii 49, cf. ibid. 48 and 62; se-ker nagbi ACh Adad 2:12; erre4u sdmu [mar]ra sama kudurra (GI .IL) sdma lig=

Sima me samuti li-is-kir let the, red farmer wield a red hoe and a red basket
and dam up the red water CT 23 37 iii 67 (SB inc.); ammini sek-re-ta kima nari why

NB). 4. 11/2 to become closed: uzndja §a uttammima us-sak-ki-ka(var. -ra) halikki (see sakaku mng. 3) Lambert BWL 52:18
(Ludlul III).

are you blocked like a canal? Biggs aziga 12 i 5, cf. akkanni Sa ladi mannu is-kir-ka ibid. 17; obscure: Summa samtu ina suhhi nari tarka<t> kisal nari sa-ki-ir if the redness in the .. .. of a river is dark, (and?) the "courtyard" of the river is closed(?) (parallel: nahis has receded)
CT 39 15:26 (SB Alu).

2. to block (parts of the body): see CT 17, in lex. section; [. . .] se-ki-rat neSm& [. . .] (Lamagtu?) who blocks the hearing Rm. 417 r. i 4' (unpub., SB rel.); napraku se-kiir (vars. sa-ki-ir, se-kir) aaptija a bolt is
blocking my lips Lambert BWL 42:85 (Ludlul II); i-sd-kir KIR 4 .MES appija my nose is blocked EA 147:23, corresponding to the Egyptian idiom db; fnd in the meaning "to be distressed," courtesy W. Moran; Summa amilu

5. IV to be closed, dammed up, to be blocked - a) said of irrigation works: pitum Sa GN i[t]-te-es-k[i]-ir mi ana ndr GN 2 gummuru the breach at Bina has been closed, the water has been collected in the Edinna canal TCL 7 19:5 (OB let.), cf. ndrum i-se-ki-ir-ma mUa ibbalu YOS 10 5:5 (OB liver model); m& abtuqma ina birit GN issex(sI)-ek-ru TCL 18 77:18 (OB let.); fD §i ina kimasi u is-se-ek-ki-ir how many men(?) does it take for this canal to be
dammed? TMB 126 No. 227:4, cf. ibid. 21,

228:1, 3, and 6 (OB); naru is-sek-kir (for context see ilqillatu mng. la) CT 39
19:126, cf. ibid. 17:55 and 57 (SB Alu), Boissier DA 96:19, CT 20 5 K.3546:20 and parallel 12

se-kir-ma sna'tuu lu a m& [lu . . .] NU E -ma if a man('s urinary tract) is blocked

K.10482 ippette ippette (I~tar)

r. 5 (SB ext.); ina baliki ndru ul naru ul is-sek-kir . . . palgu ul palgu ul is-sek-kir without you no canal is opened, no canal is

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sekeru B closed, no ditch is opened, no ditch is
closed Farber I~tar und Dumuzi 130:50ff., and passim in these texts; KA fD.ME is-sek-kir
K.1522 r. 2 and parallel Rm. 487:3 (both SB

sekeru B tinuri BAD-ir you put in water and heat in an oven Kiichler Beitr. pl. 20 iv 42, cf. ana me tanaddi ina tinuri te-sek-kir BE 31
56:20 (= Kocher BAM 398), AMT 15,3 i 22, wr.

d milu (above, Adad made his rain scarce) the flood water below became dammed up, it did not rise from the source Lambert-Millard Atra-hasis 110 iv 55, v 4, also, with rlil-sa-kir ibid. 108 iv 45; butuqtu ina mati ibaAima ul is-sek-kir a dike break will occur in the country and it will be impossible to close CT 39 19:125 (SB Alu); ul is-sek-ki-ru (in broken context) Lambert BWL 166 K.8413:3
(fable).

astrol.); is-sa-kiraapliuli

te-se-kir Iraq 31 30:29; (various ingredients) ina tinuri te-sek-kir tuelldma tu: kassa you heat in an oven, take out, and
cool AMT 43,5:10, 56,5 r. 4, 83,1:10 and 21, Kicher BAM 168:31, 406 r. 4; ina me burti

kala umi ina tinuri te-sek-kir ina kakkabi tubdt you heat (various materia medica) in an oven in well water the whole day long and let it stand overnight BE 31 56
r. 44 (= Kocher BAM 398),

cf. [ina] m& burti

b) said of parts of the body: Summa... a ru ina KU-[Su] it-te-es-kir if wind is blocked up in his anus PBS 2/2 104:9 (MB
med.); Summa ... KU-.i BAD.BAD-ir Labat

kal umi ina tinuri BAD-ir ina kakkabi tubdt AMT 92,4:1, cf. ana A.ME§ Pu(text
LAGAB) 9UB inaIM.uU.RIN se-ke-ru Kocher Pflanzenkunde 1 v 36 and 43; ina me nari ina tinuri BAD-ir AMT 69,2:9, cf., wr. BAD-kir AMT 18,2:6 (= Kocher BAM 516 ii 28), ina m& buqli ina tinuri BAD-ir Kocher BAM 122:13;

TDP 140 iii 52; summa uSarlu is-se-kir imdt if his penis is blocked he will die ibid. 134 ii 32, Summa §natuSu it-te-NIN-es-ki-ra (var. it-te-ni-is-ki-ru) if his urine keeps being retained ibid. 136:43, Summa appaSu BAD.BAD-ir ibid. 54:4; [inasud] liu GI.GfD hake'u [it-t] i-ni(text -nu)-is-kir [u u] gan: nah (if) when he coughs the windpipe of his lungs keeps clogging up and he has fits of coughing Kocher BAM 145:14, 146:37, 159 vi 5, cf. §umma ... dam hariStiSa ina lib= bila it-te-[es]-ki-ru ibid. 240:40. 6. IV to be detained: lipru e iklu: dunikkama e ta-si-ki-ir the messengers must not reach you with the consequence that you be detained BIN 4 58:17, see Larsen The Old Assyrian City-State 280 n. 81. See also zaqdru mng. 2b, for manzazu zuqqur, wr. §u-qu-ur KAR 448:6.
Laessoe, JCS 5 25 n. 31.

ina tinuri te-sek-kir tuassa . . . [t]aan nima tamassiina tinuritutdr BAD-ir Kbcher
BAM 556 ii 64f.;

ina atugi te-se-kir (var. te-sek-kir) Kocher BAM 49:29, var. from 50 r. 4; ina utun sdbi BAD-kir ibid. 156:9.

b) without an oven specified: the medications ina tamgussi te-sek-ki-ir Kicher BAM 322:8, parallel, wr. BAD-ir ibid. 321:15; (various ingredients) ina m [. . .] te-se-ek-ki-ir KUB 37 55:18, cf. [in]aA.ME te-se-kir ibid. 9 i 14, also King Hittite Texts 75 r. 2; ina iikari se-ke-ru amela rahdsu to braise in beer, to bathe the man (with it)
CT 14 43 Sm. 60:10, cf. ibid. 8, parallel Kicher BAM 1 iii 32, A.ME SUB se-ker amela ra: hdsu ibid. i 53.

2.
a)

(to treat gold in a certain way) in Mari: (eleven gold HUB.TIL.LA'S)

sekeru B (sakru) v.; 1. to heat, 2. (to treat gold in a certain way); Mari, SB, NA; I iskir - ise/akkir, I/2; wr. syll. and BAD; cf. sakru, sekru A adj. 1. to heat - a) with an oven specified: (various ingredients) ana md tanaddi ina

'a DN ana se-ke-ri-<im> ana 1 guhaSim of the goddess Annunitu for making an ingot (to be processed) into a guhassu
ARM 7 4 r. 5', cf. ibid. 13; ina 4 MA.NA

hurdsim la . . . beli uldbilam immariqma 4 GfN hurJsam . . . [ah]und elteqqima [aS] um sakkuttim amarim ds-ki-ir-Ju-ma ina 4 GfN hurdsim GfN 10 §E hurdsum

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s6kiru imti (see sakkuttu A) ARMT 13 6:11, cf. sankutti hurasim a es-ki-ru ibid. 19; x hurdsum 1 -u is-sd-ki-ru ARM 7 4:16. b) in NA: (gold from a piece of jewelry containing a pappardil2 stone) nussijidi uraqququ adu minu Sa Sarru beli iqabbini haramama i-sa-ki-ru we melted down, and they will hammer it as thin as the king, my lord, orders, afterward they will alloy(?) it ABL 1194:7 (NA), parallel nus: sijidi annirig uraqququ(!) [adu] minu Sa Sarru iqabbuni ABL 997: 10f.; LU Alkkadua ebirtu iSahhutu i-sa-ak-ki-[ru] the inhabitants of Akkad are glazing and gilding kiln-fired bricks Parpola LAS No. 283 r. 7
(= CT 53 106).
A. Salonen, JNES 9 109.

sekkiru happen in the reservoirs on account of the high water ARM 14 15 r. 6', cf. [LO s]e-ki-rum tak[lum] ul ibai ibid. r. 1',
cf. also ibid. 16:5ff., 11, 17:4, LU.ME9 se-kiri §a ndrim dti ARM 3 5:6, cf. also ibid. 14;

L.DIL.DIL.ME ~ se-ki-ri (for sekiru) ikam(E) lilpuku let individual canal workers build a dam ARM 14 22:25; seki-ri ukappat (see kupputu B) ARM 6 11:9; PN sd-gi-ru MAD 5 9 r. ii 9, cf. PN se-ki-rum MDP 23 284:8, (as "family name") LU se-ki-ru Ashmolean 1924.487:33
(NB, courtesy J. A. Brinkman); [GI]§(?).SAR ana qdti se-ki-ri MDP 34 27 r. 70 (list of coefficients?); [. .. ]-pi ID ibbattaqma se-ki-

ru ul iralJi the [... of? the] river will be cut through and there will be no one to dam it up CT 20 5 K.3546 r. 16 (SB ext.);
dNin. ZU.AB = dE-a §a se-ki-ri CT 25 47 Rm.
483:8, restored W. G. Lambert. from unpub. dupl. courtesy

(sdkiru) s.; canal worker, dike worker; OAkk., OB, SB, NB; wr. syll. and LU.A.IGI.DU 8 ; cf. sekeru A.
sekiru
Sidim(DfM). id.da = se-ki-ru Lu Excerpt I 244;

See also sekkiru. For refs. in Sum. texts
see Falkenstein Gerichtsurkunden 2 p. 73 f. note to line 2 on ir.dug, i.e., a.igi.dug.
Weidner, AfO 7 273; Kraus, AbB 5 p. 59.

Sidim.hu.ru= pe-hu-nu, i dim.a= MIN, idim.a
= se-ki-rum, igi.a = MIN Lu IV 348ff.; [ld. Df]jMi-ti-im.ENGURen-gur.RA r a = se-ki-ru Erimhu§ III 6; 16.a.igi.dug = si-[ki]-rum OB Lu A 170, cf. [l6. a.igi.d]u s = [s]e-ki-rum OB Lu C 2 :5; idim.
gidim.engur.ra, gi4.a, gidim.id.da, du 8 , a.igi.kar, a.gir 5 .gir 5 .r[e] Nabnitu IV 306-311.

a.igi. = se-ki-ru

sekiritu s.; damming (of a watercourse); SB*; cf. sekeru A. eberti Idiglat Sa sit gamli A tu-ur-ri lipt2 rupda mi-ih-rit u §id-di li~kunu iuu-ra u SAHAR.HI.A lig(?)-ta-hu-ma se-kiru-ta lipulu on the other bank of the Tigris on the east side should they open a ... , should they place it(?) across(?) the width, opposite(?) the side, should they join reeds and earth and (thus) do the damming? (note the subscript tamit se-ker
nari) ND 4401 ii 37 and dupls. (SB tamitu, courtesy W. G. Lambert).

pitum ina ata[ppi] ippetima Lt se-kira-am [...] LU se-ki-ra-am Sa mahrika turdammamulam iSten li-is-ki-ra-amu Lt se-ki-ra-am Sa tatarradam iSariS tappaf las[u] a breach opened in the canal and [I have no?] dike worker, send a dike worker who is available so he can close (the breach) in one night, I will compensate fairly the dike worker whom you
send John Rylands Library 923:6 ff. (OB let., courtesy J. Westenholz); LU.A.IGI.DUs.ME §

Sa anaSiprim epeSim eshinikkum the canal workers who were assigned to you for doing the work LIH 77:4, see Kraus, AbB 5 No. 136; 1 Ld s[e-ki-ra-am] . . . bll . . . litrudamakkima [ aum] milim hititum ina muballitdtim [la] ibball2 let my lord send a canal worker so that no damage should 214

sekkiru (sakkiru) s.; dike worker; lex.*; cf. sekeru A.
16.§idim(DfM).id(var. adds .da) = sek-ki-ru (var. se-ki-ra) Igituh short version 251. [s]ak-ki-ru= [. . .], [pe-h]u-nu= MIN [. . .] Malku IV 21f.

See also sekiru.

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sekratu sekratu see sekretu. sekretu (sekertu, sekratu) s.; 1. (a woman of high rank, possibly cloistered), 2. (a woman of the palace household, court lady); from OB on, Akk. lw. in Sum.;
wr. syll. (also abbreviated SAL sek AOAT 1
138:26, Strassmaier, Actes du 8 e CongrBs International 28:6) and (in OB) (SAL) ZI.IK.
RUM/RU(.UM), (in NA) SAL.ERIN.E.GAL, SAL.UN.E.GAL, SAL.SA.E.GAL (for SAL.U§

sekretu
2' wr. syll.: bit abim ul iSima ana bit SAL se-ek-re-tim ana mdrutim i-ru-ub I

have no family, I was adopted by a s.
CT 29 7a:9; [se-e]k(?)-re-tum (listed with

kezretu and kisalluhdtu as recipients of
foodstuffs) ARM 7 206:8. b) in lit.: Nand se-ek-re-tam nardmti

garrim ina si-ik-rim uSessi

(see sikru

mng. 2) YOS 10 46 iv 49 (OB ext.), cf. ibid. ii 53;

se-ker-tum nardmtu ,arri x-[x] -X-PA NU [. . .] RA 17 127 K.2902:4; se-ke-er-tu[m.
YOS 10 26 iii 30 (OB ext.);
..

see mng. lb and discussion); cf. sekeru A.
[SAL...] = [sek]-re-tu, SAL.sN'S es = sek-re-tu, [SAL ... ] = [8ek]-re-tu, SAL.an-duulan.dll, [SAL.

ACh Supp. 2 50 ii 13, with comm. se-ker-tum

I
]

SAL sek (abbr.

zi.ik] .ru = sek-re-tu (followed by napitu) Lu III ii 9'ff., cf. PA.zi.ik.ru.um Proto-Lu 156d, cf. also SAL.AN.DtL UET 7 73 ii 11 (OB? list of professions); UD.UD.ga = ul-lu-lum = SAL.ZI.IK. RU Studies Landsberger 23:85 (Silbenvoka-

for sekretu) nardmat ,arri BE la [.. .] the s., the king's favorite, will die, [.. .] AOAT 1 138:26 (astrol.); tappitise-ek-r[e-tim. . .] (or zi-ik-r[i]) the wool-plucking of the s.
[. . .] YOS 10 26 ii 36 (OB ext.); sek-re-tum

bular A).

1. (a woman of high rank, possibly cloistered) - a) in OB leg. and econ. 1' wr. ZI.IK.RU(.UM), ZI.IK.RUM: NIN. §a DINGIR LUKUR U lu SAL.ZI.IK.RU.UM

Barra ibdrma mdrla kussd ue§[ib] a woman of the harem will stir up revolt against the king and put her own son
on the throne CT 30 15 K.3841:6 (SB ext.); ina bit ameli kaS§dptu SAHAR.HI.A kibis ameli <ana?> kilpi TI.ME ulu sek-reti ana DUs kilpi DrT-u from the house

abula Seriktam i rukulim tuppam ituru Sim an entu, naditu, or s. to whom her
father has deeded a Seriktu gift CH § 178:62, § 179:21; umma abum ana martiu LUKUR
GA.GI 4 .A U lu SAL.ZI.IK.RU.UM Seriktam la

Pep

irukim (see gag4l usage a) CH § 180:46;
DUMU GIR.SE.GA muzzaz ekallim u DUMU

SAL.ZI.IK.RU.UM ul ibbaqqar the (adopt-

ed) son of an attendant at court and the

(adopted) son of a s. will not be reclaimed
CH § 187:52; Summa DUMU GIR.SI.GA u lu DUMU SAL.ZI.IK.RU.UM ana abim murabs biSu ... ul abi atta. .. iqtabi (see girseq usage b-l') CH § 192:1, cf. § 193:11, cited
girseq usage b-l'; X SE.BA SAL.ZI.IK.RUM

of a man a witch will again and again take the dust of the man's footprints (for use in) witchcraft, or a s. will act to undo the witchcraft BRM 4 12:75 (SB ext.); lugal.e inim.ma.ni la.ba.ni.in.gi 4 zi.ik.ru.um.96 ba.an.ku 4 zi.ik.ru. um.e inim 9u.a ba.ni.in.gi 4 the king did not answer, he went in to the s., the
s. replied to him STVC 97:5f.,
La Sagesse p. 12:89, also

lugal.e 23 A 5; note referring to a goddess: ana Nand ... hirat DN tizqarti sek-ra-ti(var.

see van Dijk [zi.i]k.rum mu.na.ni.ib.gi 4 .gi 4 CT 42

x barley rations (received by weavers and by) s. CT 8 21d:6 (list from Sippar), cf. [x]
RA 14 9E.GUR 9E.BA SAL.ZI.IK.R[U.UM] 153 text B:1 (translit. only), I.BA SAL.ZI.IK.

-at) na'itti nardmti rub2tiu to Nana, the exalted spouse ofMuzebbasa'a, the revered s., beloved of his majesty
Esarh. 77 § 49:3, cf. SAG. [X]

Borger
?)

= MIN (=

RU.UM YOS 14 189:10; assignment of materials 6 zi.ik.ru.um. 6 BIN 9 412:10,

dSek-re-ti =

cf. zi.ik.ru(.um). S

BIN 9 485:10, also

328:15, 341:8, 348:8, 350:9, 444:4, JAOS 98 256 No. 14:6.

u -ra-x-[. . .] CT 46 51:19 (list of temples); uncert., wr. SAL.U : suqa abd'ma 2 SAL.U§.ME§ uita when I walked along the street, I saw two ladies from the harem (incipit of a song) KAR 158 r. iii 9.

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sekretu

sekretu of foreign courts - 1'

2. (a woman of the palace household,
court lady) - a)

reduce his land, and his harem women will come into the palace of (lit. before) the
king, my lord
LAS No. 279.

wr. syll.: I led away as captives a8§assu mareu maratelu SAL sek-re-ti-Iu ndre ndrate his (the Elamite king's) wife, sons, daughters, and concubines, male and
female singers Streck Asb. 122 vi 20 (= Piepkorn Asb. 70 vi 27); SAL sek-re-ti-u GAL.

ABL 629 r. 10, see Parpola

3'
UN.ME

wr. SAL.UN.E .GAL: maratesu SAL.

ME -u [. . .] uni

libit ekalligu... ikuda

E.GAL-?i ndresu ndrateu ... arkija uebilamma OIP 2 34 iii 46, also 60:58, 70:32; a 8assu SAL.UN.ME 1.GAL- 4i

qdtdja I seized his (the Elamite king's) concubines, his nobles, and the people of the entourage of his palace Iraq 13
25:5 (Asb.), also AfO 8 196:18 and parallel AfO 13 217:6 (Asb.), Streck Asb. 318 t 5; narkabati

abarakkate uit redi tire manzaz pani ndre ndrdte (see abarakkatu usage a-3') ibid.
52:32, cf. ibid. 56:9 (Senn.).

4'

wr. SAL.9A.E.GAL:

SAL. A..GAL.

§a ladddi 8a silli SAL sek-re-e-ti-'u makkur ekalliu ubiluni adi mahrija they brought me chariots, processional litters, the (royal) umbrella, the women of his (Bamah-Sum-ukin's) harem, the furnishings of his palace Streck Asb. 38 iv 64;

ME -Si (probably scribal error for SAL. tire manzaz ERfN.ME . .GAL.ME -§?) pani ndre ndrate OIP 2 24 i 31 (Senn.); for

other refs. see *ekallitu sub ekall. b) at the Neo-Assyrian court (wr. SAL.
ERfN.E.GAL): wine distributed to SAL.E. GAL LaJ.GAL.SAG SAL.ERfN.].GAL.ME §"

SAL.ME9 sek.ME9 (abbr. for sekretu) hubtu Sa Sidanu (entered the palace) Strassmaier,
Actes du 8 e Congres International Grayson Chronicles 114 (Artaxerxes). 2' 28:6, see

qurbuti the queen, the chief of the royal household, the palace women, the officials
Kinnier Wilson Wine Lists 134 No. 6 ND 6219:6, cf. (wine for) SAL. .GAL DUMU.SAL PN

(of the ruler wr. SAL.ERIN.E.GAL: SAL.ERIN.MEA ~.GAL.MEA-U maratiu . . . alula AKA 283 i 85, cf. (of of Sutru) Suhi) AKA 352 iii 22 (both Asn.); ilaniu maks kuru budu SAL.ERIN.ME§ .GAL.ME§§i ... ana la mane aAlula WO 1 472 iv
19, also ibid. 1, WO 1 16 r. 11 and 26 (all Shalm. III), also 1R 31 iv 32 (gamgi-Adad V); SAL.

'aMURUB 4 URU KI. MIN Sa ekal mdaarti the queen, the daughter of PN, the palace women of the
SAL.ERfN.E.GAL.ME

interior of the city, the palace women of
the arsenal
ibid. 131 No. 3 i 10f., cf. also
SAL.ERIN.] .GAL.ME Arbadajdte ibid. 132 No. 4:16, and (in broken context) 149 No. 21:3;

E.GAL- ? (i.e., Sa ekalliSu) SAL.ERfN.E.
GAL.ME§-§ii PN mar rid2tiu u rihti mare

mdrdteu ... aglula I took as booty his (the king of Egypt's) queen, the women of his palace, his crown prince PN, and the rest of his sons and daughters Borger
Esarh. 99 § 65 r. 43, also ibid. 101 § 67:12; [. .. ]. mare, ME - U SAL.ERfN.].GAL.ME -ii

mdrassa... uppima fPN2 SAL.ERIN.E. GAL iSSU pan fPN3 ina libbi x kaspi ilqe fPN2 , the s., bought fPN, her (fPN 3's) daughter, from fPN3 for x silver ADD 317:6; 27 ZI.ME9 adi eqldtifunu ... tuppilma SAL.ERfN.].GAL kim x kaspi . . . ana
fPN

Japarte Sakin the s. bought (these) 27
persons with their fields (houses, gardens,

u(?) ...

gal[lati§ amnu]

ibid. 114 § 81:7,
as for the

cattle, etc.), and (all this?) was put up as
security for twenty minas of silver ADD 59:11. The reading of SAL.U.ME in EA,

cf. SAL.E.GAL.MEA- ?G (for SAL.<ERIN>.].
GAL.ME9-?i?) ibid. § 79 r. 22;

king of Kush, the king of Tyre, or Mugallu

(king of Tabal) Sarru bel mdssu usahhar RS, Bogh., and Alalakh is unknown; for arri EA and RS see the refs. cited marhitu SAL.ERIN.~ .GAL.ME§- 1 ina pan beli[ja] errabani the king, my lord, will discussion section; in the Bogh. and MB
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sekru A
Alalakh refs. the context suggests a

sellu
zer (.SIKIL tasdk ... ina A TUL sekru-ti gUB.TUB-. you crush seed of the

meaning "people," or "women," or the
like, e.g., [Summa alu] §a Sarri rabi qadu SAL.US.MES-'U dumqilu alpi u seniu itebbi u ana GN irrub if a settlement of

usikillu plant, you sprinkle him (with it)
in heated well water Kocher BAM 112 i 29; me kasi sek-ru-ti bahriti ana muhhiu taappakma you pour the heated hot kasi
extract upon him Kiuchler Beitr. pl. 1 i 12, cf.

the great king, with his s.-s, his goods,
his cattle, and his sheep should revolt and go over to Kizzuwatna MIO 1 116:17 (treaty), cf. ibid. 19 and 21; [summa] . . . alu qadu SAL.Us.MES-Su [mimms'u u]l itbi . . . SAL.U§.MES utarru if the settlement, with his s.-s and property, did not revolt, they will return the s.-s ibid. 22 and 25, cf. also 26ff.; anumma SAL.US.
MES Sa URU GN 5 SAL.US.MES Sa PN 7

AMT 80,1:10;

ina me kasi sek-ru-ti RA-SU

you bathe him with heated kas2 extract
KScher BAM 112 i 26, cf. ibid. 39:5, me kasi sek-ru-ti kas~ite ibid. 515 ii 41, 556 ii 65;

ina m& Suni sek-ru-ti tumagsa' u

AMT

79,1:15; inaA.ME9 sek-ru-ftil [. . .] RA 69 43:21, cf. AMT 51,7:8.

SAL.US.MES Sa PN2 ...

U .NIGIN 53 zI.

MEs

now the s.-s of GN (are as follows):

sekru B (fem. sekertu) adj.; dammed; SB*; cf. sekeruA.

closed,

five s.-s of PN, seven s.-s of PN 2 (etc.), in all 53 souls Wiseman Alalakh 235:1
and 3f., also ibid. 5 and r. 3 (MB), 4 ANSE

ndr rubi se-ker-tum ippette the closedoff canal of the prince will be opened
TCL 6 6 iv 17 (SB ext.).

1 TOJG 1 NfG.GUL ... 1 GUD 2 SAL.U tuppi SAL.U.ME§ liddinu ibid. 111:5;

(heading of ration list including SAL, SAL.
DAM, DUMU.SAL) JCS 13 53 No. 298:1, see Goetze, ibid. 98; a §um SAL.U§.MES PN ittika

sekfl adj.; deaf; lex.*
i-dim BAD = se-ku//-bu-u A II/3 Section E:14', cf. [i-di]m IDIM ... se-ku-u A II/3 Comm. r. 3' (coll.), se-ku-u / i[p(?)-rx1-i(?) I/se-bu-ui / sukku-ku // pi-is-nu-qu r//i [...] A II/3 Comm. B r. 25'.

ana pani Sarri dinam issabat PN took legal action before the king over the s.-s Wiseman Alalakh 112:4; 'umma urra u geram
mamma ana bel SAL.U§.ME§ illd (see elc mng. 2d-2'b') JCS 8 7 No. 75:7. Only in
3 SAL.U§.M[ES] 2 L.MES itu URU GN (entire text) Wiseman Alalakh 232:1 is SAL.

selequ see salaqu B and siliqu. sellu (sillu, sallu) s.; 1. basket, 2. (a specific kind of dues or offering); OB Alalakh(?), MB, SB, NA, NB, Akkadogram in Hitt.; pl. silll, NA salli, salliate; wr. syll. and GI.GUR.SAL(.LA) with phon. complement.
gi.gur.sal.la = §u-u, sil-lu, gi.gur.9u. sal.la = sa-as-sa-nu Hg. IX Gap A d 7ff., cf. [gi.gur]. x.[x] = hip-pu = si-el-lu rabi, [gi.gur.sal.l]a = sa-as-sa-an= ~U-u = MIN, g[i.gur. 9u.sal.l]a nu = si-el [xx x] Hg. II 42 ff., in MSL 7 69.

US

contrasted with LO; the reading of

this group of signs may therefore be niAu, amiltu, sinnistu, or the like. In CT 47
80:26 the emendation SAL.U.

(BAR).ME

za-bi-la-tim was suggested by Landsberger
and Biggs, see Harris Ancient Sippar 315 n. 34. For YOS 10 25:26, 30:2, see zikru A mng. 4b. In ZA 43 16:43 read SAL-Mi, see kuribu. Ad mng. 1: Harris Ancient Sippar 314f. Ad mng. 2: Landsberger, Baumgartner AV 200ff.; Garelli, RLA 4 447f.

1.

basket - a)

of reed or wood -

1'

in NA: [x] [ci~] sa-al-li GIg adakurra (after sulukannu containers with foodstuffs) van Driel Cult of ASur 100 x 25; ak-li

sekru A

(sakru) adj.;

heated;

SB;

cf.
Hh.

sekeru B.
titab.u 4 .zal.le = sak(var. si-ik)-ru-tu XXIII iii 33.

x. x. ME ina muhhi GI sa-li ira[kkas] he arranges bread and .... .-s over the baskets
Ebeling Parfiimrez. pl. 22 VAT 10183:14; GI S8a-

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sellu al-lu za-am-ri (see zamru usage b-1')
ADD 1003 r. 10, 1005 r. 6, 1009 edge 2, 1013 r. 4, and passim, wr. [GIg] sa-al zamri 1018

sellu
MAD.G[A] Iraq 23 33 (pl. 17) ND 2490+2609(!):20,

cf. I sa-al-lu er sa ZiD.MAD.GA ibid. 35. 2. (a specific kind of dues or offering) a) in gen.: 3 sILA si-el-lum three silas (of barley) for the s. (parallel: KIN.SIG, ukultu, etc.) BE 14 152:4, also 21 (MB); X kundJu ana sattuk u GI si-el-li-e Sa MN u MN 2 x emmer for regular offerings and s. for Nisannu and Ajaru (for Eanna) VAS 6 62:4, cf. ibid. 12; x malihu sattuk 1 maihu x SILA Sa 5 GI sil-li-e §a bit DN Nbk. 313:21, cf. Nbn. 476:8, 9, 24, 739:7; x suluppu ana mirsu ana 26 GI sil-li-e ana 1 e§§eSi YOS 6 170:7, cf. ibid. 10; emmer §a 2 sil-li-[e]la Adad u a<la> (beside sattukku) CT 56 428:4, emmer ina sattuk u si-il-[. .. ]
CT 57 249:5, similar CT 56 305:4, 307:4 and 6; iten GI sil-li §a UD.2.KAM 'a MN Nbk.
313:5, cf. 7, 9, and passim in this text, to-

edge 2, 3 sa-li za-mar 1060:2; 3 sa-li KUR issdte (var. KUR SAL.ME§) 3 sa-li 'imi 3 sa-li lamakilli three baskets of . ... , three baskets of garlic, three baskets of onions ADD 960 i 12ff., and passim

in this text and ADD 961:9ff.; 40 sa-li gabu-di ADD 969:6; [x] sa-lu pu-tu-ri ADD 1104:1; naphar ann2te §a GA.MES Sa sali-a-te Sa qarruhi (see qardhu) ADD 909:9;
GIS sa-al-lu GIS.SAR (for U.GIS.SAR) Practical Vocabulary Assur 596.

2' in MB, NB: 2 si-il-lu-u siditu GN two baskets as travel provisions to GN BE 15 154:44 (MB); samutu §a ina GI 8i-li.MES Sa muntdqu takkasu §a ina GI si-li.MES Sa makdt kubbu'u espi (see kubbuSu) RAcc. 77:38f.; 24 GI sil-li 5-ta [GIl sil-la Su" 24 baskets, five hand baskets (listed among the utensils of the reed worker)
RAcc. 20 iv 34f.; 15 GI si-il-lu.MES (among

talled (?) as 5 aI sil-li-e SaMN ibid. 17 and 19;

3 sil-li-e Sa UD.12.KAM Sa sinniStu
DN CT 4 41c:13 (all NB).

i

Sa

other reed containers) Pinches Berens Coll. 111:6; 3 GI si-el-lu §a tdbilu (the tenants will deliver) three baskets of tdbilu spice
Nbn. 239:16, also 500:12, Camb. 147:10.

3' in SB: [GI.G]UR.SAL-a mashata burJda tu[malli] you fill a basket with aromatic flour and juniper BBR No. 98:1, cf. ikrib GI.GUR.SAL.LA-e mashatu mullima [kunni] ibid. No. 87:1 and dupl. Sm. 802:5,
cf. also ina GI.GU[R
HI.A KBo 21 23 i 6.
. . .]

BBR No. 83 iii 29.

4' as Akkadogram in Hitt.: 7 GI A-A-LI. b) of metal and other precious materials: 1 sd-al-lu ZABAR (in division of inheritance) Wiseman Alalakh 416:15 (MB), cf. 1 sd-li ibid. 432:8 (OB); sa-al-li urqi

b) silli tabniti (lit. well-arranged basket): ina muhhi gin& Sa ildni u GI sil-li tab-ni-ti Sa Sarri la tailla' (see gin A s. mng. 2a) BIN 1 25:32, cf. ibid. 13, also ITI 3-Si GI sil-li tab-ni-ti ana arri ~ubi lanu send us the well-arranged basket for the king three times a month ibid. 15, immere kabrutu ana GI sil-li tab-ni-tum aa arri nukkisu slaughter fat sheep for the well-arranged basket of the king ibid. 37, cf. ibid. 26; iSten GI sil tab-nit u kidinn beli luebilannddima(see kidinni usage b) YOS 3 68:32; 2-ta si-il tab(!)-ba-na-a-titwo well-arranged baskets (have been sent to my lord) TCL 9 117:43; GI sil-li tab-bana-a-ta GCCI 1 206:6, cf. ibid. 179:3; GI sil-

kaspi Sa ihzi u nihsi hurasu silver vegetable
baskets with gold decorations and mountings TCL 3 380 (Sar.), cf. sa-al-li urqiz inni

ivory vegetable baskets ibid. 389, GI§ sa-al-li urqi Sin piri uli taskarinni Sa

la tab-ni-ti u sipirti §a belu iddin (I gave to PN) the well-arranged basket and the letter that (my) lord gave TCL 9 80:10, cf. BIN 1 51:19; x kaspu u si-el tab-ni-tum YOS 3 32:20, note also the abbr. tab-niti sa ana DN... iqarrib RAcc. 77:49.
For refs. wr. GI.GUR.SAL(.LA) see kur

ihzuSunu hurdsu u kaspu

(see mahrasu
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Meissner BAW 1 p. 26 (No. 23).

usage b) ibid. 355; 1 sa-al-li kaspi Sa ZiD.

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sellu sellu see silluA. self v.; (mng. uncert.); SB*; I iselli.
If a man expectorates white phlegm and keeps vomiting ana TI-i GIG-U la i-se-

semeru la
HAR = se-me-ru CT 41 33 r. 20 (Alu Comm., to Tablet XCIV = CT 39 40:47).

li-4u to restore him to health, so that his
illness will not afflict(?) him (you prepare the indicated medication) AMT 50,3 r.(!) 7. selfi (to be negligent) see Selh. slu v.; (mng. unkn.); MB*; I imp. sel.

1. bracelet, anklet - a) in gen. - 1' made of gold: 6 se-we-ru 'a K.GI 14 insa. bat Kt..GI 1 unqu Sa KUT.GI 16 Se-we-ru ga Kt.BABBAR six gold bracelets, 14 gold earrings, one gold ring, 16 silver bracelets
ARM 9 20:7, 10; [.. .] x HAR Kth.GI ,a 10 HAR Kt].GI 'a 5 GIN ARM 4 GIN [. ..

If he says to you, "I am not a thief"
la teemmiiu se-el-iu murrirSuma imere

74:25f.; 2 HAR.SU KUT.GI SA 5 as-pi a lu-U 171 GfN KI.LA 1 HAR.GIR KtT.GI SA 5 2 GIN [KI.LA] two bracelets made of red ....

lid(?, text ni)-di-na-ak-ku do not listen to
him, check (?) him (or: check him, .... his s.), so that he will hand over the donkeys to you CT 43 60:22 (let.). Possibly to be interpreted as a noun. semeru (§awiru, §aweru, Sewiru, giwiru, sameru, demeru, samaru, sabirru, sabirru) s.; 1. bracelet, anklet, 2. bracelet, coil (of silver) used as a means of payment, 3. manacles, shackles for hand

gold weighing 17s shekels, one anklet made of red gold weighing two shekels
as-pi PBS 13 80 r. 6f., 2 HAR.SU Kt..GI ibid. obv. 11, 1 HAR.SU KU.GI KI. [.. .] MIN (= SUppu) 1 HAR.GIR KI.MIN one solid gold bracelet, one solid gold anklet
ibid. r. 10f., cf. also ibid. obv. 13 (MB inv. of

§a

gold objects); 8 si-me-e-ri ina SA.BI 2 §a NA4 2 §a aspi 4 suppitu eight bracelets among which are two with jewels, two made of aspu gold(?), and four solid ones
CT 55 311:9 (NB); 1 HAR.SU KUt.GI GAL

and foot, clasp to hold the abbuttu hairdo,
4. (part of an implement); from OAkk. on; pl. Sewiri (Sewertu TLB 1 118:7);

ed[ni .. .] one large gold bracelet (consisting of?) a single (coil) PBS 2/2 120:3
(MB inv.), and passim in this text, also (with 3-su ga mesukkititriple (coil, with finials) of falcon heads) ibid. 10 and 16, 1 KA HAR Kt..GI Sa mesuk: kiti ibid. 14, (of solid gold) ibid. 11ff., (for a woman) ibid. 18, (§a pursandi) ibid. 15; 1 HAR.
§U Kt.GI KA ZA.GIN 6 GIN KI.LA

wr. syll. (OA, OB sawiru, Sewiru, etc.,
MB, SB Semeru (beside semeru) (samaru and HAR UVB 15 40 r. 12), NA

s'abirru)

(NA 4 .HAR

Waterman Bus. Doc. 20:8, TCL 17

56:50); cf. simirtu.
na 4 .har.du 8 .Si.a = si-me-r[i], na 4 .har.u. du 8 .9i.a = MIN qdtum, na 4 .har.gir.du 8 .§i.a = MIN aepi, na 4 .har.gu.gil.du 8 .§i.a = MIN ullu, na 4 .har.zig.dusg.i.a -= u-qu Hh. XVI 32ff., also (of lapis lazuli) ibid. 97ff., na 4 .har.du .9i.a 8 = ti-me-rum Hh. XVI RS Recension 28, (of lapis lazuli) ibid. 74; har.zabar = s[i-me-ru], har.su. zabar = [si-me-ru qdti], har.gir.zabar = [sime-ru aepi], har.gi.gil. zab ar = [si-me-ru ullu], har.zig.zabar = [gu-qu] Hh. XII 109ff., also (of silver) ibid. 203ff., (of gold) ibid. 304ff.; kug. = si-mir MIN (= kurussu) (as part of a har.la.1 door) Hh. XI 114; kuS.har.n[ig]= si-mir kalbati (part of a plow) Hh. XI 211, cf. kuh.murub 4. h[ar.nig] = [MIN (= qabal) si-mir MIN] ibid. 213. har.an.na 4u.gur.an.ta.sur.ra : si-me-er annaki unqi parzilli a bracelet of tin, a ring of iron Ugaritica 5 169:22, Sum. from JNES 23 2:27.

'a

PN

1 HAR.SU Ki..GI Sa(-) ap-i

(for aspi?) 6 GfN

KI.LA Sa PN2

one gold bracelet with an

opening(?) of lapis lazuli, weighing six shekels, (belonging) to PN, one .... gold bracelet, weighing six shekels, (belonging) to PN 2 PBS 2/2 85:3 and 5 (MB); a§§um
HAR.SU KU.GI U HAR.GIR KtU.GI PBS 1/2

62:3 (MB let.), cf. ibid. 9; 1 HAR.SU Kt.GI GAL 2 Sa ahi KU.GI SA 1 KISIB ZA.GIN

inapi KU.GI nadi one large gold bracelet,

two gold armbands in which a lapis lazuli
seal has been set in the gold RA 43 174:3f.,
cf. (also beside KtT.GI ahi) ibid. 6f., \a 2 HAR.GIR ibid. 12 (Qatna inv.);

1

HAR KtI.GI

4 Sa qdti ilim one gold bracelet (weighing) four (shekels?) for the hand of the deity

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semeru la
ibid. 140:19; 5 KU.GI.ME9 HAR.SU

semeru la
five

(shekels of) gold (in the form of) a bracelet (among archery and horse trappings) ZA
63 71:17 (Kamid-el-Loz); [10] HAR gU-ti

ten bracelets, inlaid with gold, called buati (in Egyptian) (between unqdti rings and insabtu earrings) EA 14 i 74, 10 HAR gu-ti rappa itu §a NA 4 .HI.A Sukkuku mahda 8um'u ten wide bracelets on which precious stones are strung, called mahda ibid. 77, 3 tapal
HAR

Kt.GI tamlzi buati umlu

§a

the bracelet of gold MVAG 41/3 12 ii 26 (MA royal rit.); I clothed the men who dug that canal in linen garments with multicolored trim HAR.MEA KU.GI GIR.ME Kt.GI alkunsuniti I put upon them gold bracelets and gold daggers OIP 2 82:34; their nobles, who rode in silver chariots, were hung with golden asmdtu's, girt with golden daggers ina [HA]R.[M]EA KU.GI rukkusa rittiuntheir arms hung with gold
bracelets ibid. 89:52, cf. ina HAR.ME aspi KU.GI ru§i rukkusa rittifun ibid. 45
v 86, 46 vi 13 (all Senn.), cf. also Borger Esarh.

8a GIR sa

KU.GI NA 4 .HI.A

,ukkuku

ibid. 78 (list of gifts from Egypt);

1 HAR.GIR

KU. GI taml 5 GIN KU.GI ina libbiu nadi one anklet, inlaid with gold, five shekels of gold has been used for it EA 22 ii 5 (list of gifts of Tugratta); (list of rings) 14
HAR KU.GI

a

U

uppuqutu 2

HAR KU.GI

'a GIR uppuqutu 3 ME 90

GIN ina KI.LA.

110 § 71:2; I clothed him (Necho) in garments with multicolored trim allu KU.GI simat 8arrutifu alkunu HAR.ME KOU.GI urakkisa rittelu I put a gold allu on him as insigne of his royal rank and placed gold bracelets on his arms Streck Asb. 14 ii
11 and 162:57, cf. (referring to princes of Arwad who were not made king) ibid. 20 ii 93, 96:84, (referring to the Babylonian delegation) ibid. 30 iii

[BI] 2 HAR KU.GI sa 9U tisbututu 8a me:
sukki mesukk[u unu] taml NA 4 .ZA.GIN. 14 solid KUR 30 GIN ina KI.LA. [BI]

gold bracelets, two solid gold anklets weighing 390 shekels, two gold bracelets interlinked with falcon-headed finials, the falcon heads inlaid with genuine lapis lazuli, weighing thirty shekels EA 25 ii
24ff., cf. ibid. iii 58, 61, 63, 64, and 67 (list of gifts of Tugratta); HAR(.ME ) KU.GI (in list of

92; his officials stand kusidti labbulu HAR. MEA KU.GI 8aknu clad in kusitu garments, wearing gold bracelets ABL 473:8; HAR
Ku.GI patar KU.GI a silli SAG PN ukalla

(the rab kasir) holds a gold bracelet, a gold dagger, and an umbrella for PN
CT 53 46 r. 17 (both NA); 1-te HAR ritte KU.GI 1 MA 4 GIN [X(?)].ME§ 1 HAR durd'i KU.GI 3-su MA (copy LU) 2 GIN LA one gold

tribute) AKA 365 iii 62 and 65 (Asn.); (gifts of Sennacherib to Esarhaddon) HAR.ME
KU.GI

tamlit ,inni

GILIM KU.GI

gagi KiT.GI
NA 4 .

HAR.ME
'a

kubur ahi naphar dumdqi annute
NA4 .BABBAR.DIL

bracelet weighing 64 shekels, one gold armband weighing 18 shekels (for the rab
kisir) ADD 931:1 and 3, and passim in this

tamlissunu

BABBAR.DIL.DIL NA 4 .NIR

golden brace-

text;

kaspu raStu 8a ina muhhi KU.GI
PN i-na-d-du-ma

lets inlaid with ivory, a diadem (?) of gold, a necklace of gold, bracelets worn on the arm, all these pieces of jewelry which are inlaid with pappardilu stone, pappar minu stone, and huldlu stone (weighing
ADD 620:2f. (= ABL 1452), cf. 'a 3 GIN ABL 1458 r. 6 (both NA); HAR.ME KO.GI ABL 511:9 (NB); 23 shekels of gold

qullu u HAR.KT.GI.ME

921 shekels)

anaPN2 inaddinmaqullu u HAR.ME ina8i when PN hands over to PN2 the silver, a debt secured by gold rings (?) and gold bracelets, he may take back the rings (?) and the bracelets Camb. 45:8 and 10; gold ana 33 si-me-ri.ME 8a NA 4 'erSerrdta 8a
Aja CT 55 293:4 (Dar.); 1 HAR GU.GIL KU.GI

ana HAR.KO.GI.ME a PN for (making) gold bracelets for PN GCCI 2 238:2; 1 HAR KU.GI [Sangzi 8a kulili] ana qaqqad 8arri ikruruni [. . .] the priest who placed the headdress on the head of the king [. . .]

aspu 8a ilkar biti 8a Itar one torque of .... gold from the material that belongs to the temple of Itar (given to the goldsmith for smelting) GCCI 2 49:1; 37i shekels and two grains of gold 2 HAR.

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semeru la KU.GI.ME 2 quddSe 3 ansabata Sa ultu GADA piSanni Sa Nanad ridunu two gold coils, two quddau ornaments, and three

semeru la
11.GAL HAR KU.BABBAR Sanm . .. HAR KT.BABBAR limtahru x ina 1 HAR KU. BABBAR ahrus x ina 2 HAR KU.BABBAR ahrus TMB 46 No. 91:1 f., cf. ibid. 6f.

earrings which were removed (for repair) from the linen ... .-garment of Nana BIN2
126:2, cf. uskaru . .. sa-mar K.GI a crescent, gold rings (for the clothing of
the king) UVB 15 p. 40 r. 12 (NB rit.); 1 §U NA 4. IGII.MES NA 4 .NIR.MUS.GIR 9 NA 4 .UGU.

3' made of bronze, copper, iron, etc.:
2 HAR.ZABAR §a qdtiPN two bronze bracelets from PN (tithe of a merchant) TCL
10 120:20 (OB); 2 HAR ZABAR PBS 2/2

ana HAR.KU.GI.MES Sa Nana sixty "eye stones" of muSSaru stone, and
AS.GI.GI

nine aSgikd stones for gold bracelets for
Nana VAS 20 19:3 (all NB); HAR KU.GI

HU.A ina qdtiSu taSakkan (to cure him) you place a bracelet of shining gold on
his hand Kiichler Beitr. pl. 19 iv 4; HAR

110:2 (MB); (if both his feet are paralyzed) qatItarHAR ZABAR GAR-ma [. . .] it is the "hand of Itar," a bronze anklet shall be placed(?) on him CT 39 40:47 (SB Alu), for comm. see lex. section; 1 HAR.gU 'a
AN.BAR [KT.GI GAR] mesukkiiu taml NA 4 .

KU.GI Sa 15 uttat (beside a silver sun disk weighing 15 grains) CT 51 192:9
(namburbi).

ZA.GIN.KUR 6 GIN KU.GI ina libbi§u nadi one iron bracelet overlaid with gold, its falcon-headed (finials) inlaid with genuine

lapis lazuli, six shekels of gold are used
on it EA 22 ii 1, also ibid. 3, of. (qualified as raqqatu) EA 25 ii 28 (both lists of gifts of Tugratta); 1 HAR.U AN.BAR PBS 2/2 120:25f. (MB); quddsi ere teHAR.ME URUDU taak

2'

BABBAR

made of silver: Sa 13 MA.NA KU. Sa-wi-ru(?) -u(?) bracelets of

eighty shekels of silver Hecker Giessen 25:12
(OA), see Veenhof, BiOr 24 186f., cf. I 495:1, Ka 1044:7, cited Matoug, Kraus AV 269f.; 3 se-meer KU.BABBAR Wiseman Alalakh 414:4 (OB division of property); 4 HAR.GIR a kaspi Sa SAL.ME S

kanSi you place copper rings and copper bracelets on it (the female kid) KAR 141:18, see TuL p. 88; (he puts on a clean garment) HAR AN.NA ina qdtifu iakkan he places

-zu-li-gi-ri 1 MA.NA 10 GIN Su=

qultaSunu four silver anklets for(?) ....

women, weighing seventy shekels (beside
gold hullu rings) HSS 13 61:1 (Nuzi); Sa DUMU.SAL PN se-me-ru Sa u 1 MA.NA 9 GIN KU.BABBAR ellu i.LA for the daughter of PN: bracelets of pure silver weighing 69 shekels DAFI 6 96 No. 1:1, cf. (weighing 76
shekels) ibid. 4, (weighing 57 shekels) ibid. 5 (MB Elam); kuzip[pi SA5.ME ussalb] issunu
HAR.ME KU.BABBAR as[sakcangunu] I had them (his envoys) clothed in red kuzippu garments, I put silver bracelets on them ABL 129:26, cf. kuzippz d-sa-bi-su

a tin bracelet on his wrist (and takes a lead ax) RAcc. 40:14; 1 se-mi-ru §a gildmi one bracelet made of gilamu ivory HSS 15
167:30 (Nuzi, = RA 36 140); patra <lu>bulti

birme kit&ulabbissu HAR.ME

ut-li-ma-nu arkus I (Sargon) clad him colored trim, I fastened armbands inlaid
with stones on (his) arms
pl. 45 F 11.

tamli NA 4

(Ullusunu, the king of the Manneans) in a dagger and a linen garment with multiWinckler Sar.

4' no material mentioned: gukun ina rabisi si-mi-rum place a bracelet on the
rabisu EA 107:23 (let. of Rib-Addi); 1 HAR. 9U ARM 5 5:8 (gifts from Aplahanda to JasmahAddu), cf. ARM 7 145 r. 2'; 5 GIN KU.BABBAR

HAR.MES [. . .] ABL 1454 r. 2 (NA), see Deller,

Or. NS 35 310; si-me-riKtT.BABBAR maSkanu

silver rings are the pledge (for the barley)
BE 8 151:29 (NB); HAR.ME Kt.BABBAR

sarrupum §a PN [a]naga-wi-ri-im a'damim
five shekels of refined silver of PN's for
buying bracelets KT Hahn 26:9 (OA), see Veenhof, BiOr 24 187, cf. gina Sa-wi-ri-ia addin Kiiltepe c/k 272:40 (courtesy K. Balkan);

(among booty taken from Urartu) TCL 3
360, also Winckler Sar. pl. 45 K.1671:36; in math.: IGI.7.GAL HAR KT.BABBAR 1 UIGI.

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semeru lb si-me-ri tam-lu-[u ... ] bracelets inlaid
[with . . .] PBS 2/2 120:36 (MB inv.).

semeru Id

daughter of PN who was given (in marriage) to the household of PN 2 YOS 5
207:47, cf. ibid. 30; i MA.NA 7 GIN [Kt. ga BABBAR] KI.LA 4 HAR Kt.BABBAR

b) as votive offering: ana baldtika Sam: Sam u Si-wi-ri akrubma for your (Zimrilim's) life, I have dedicated a sun disk
and bracelets ARM 10 40 r. 9', cf. ibid. 11', 42 r. 7' (both letters of a naditu); I presented to

fPN ...

silver, the weight of four silver rings of fPN's, he (the person assuming the debt)
will pay back to PN 2 (her father) YOS 12 376:2 (all OB); 2 NA 4 .GT 6 MA.NA [...] 1 MA.NA ge-wi-ru 8 GIN Kti.GI Sa 2 in= sabta 5 GIN KU.GI a uzneSa 2 GIN Kt..GI is-ba-tu 10 GIN KU.BABBAR tudinndtu 76 MA. MDP 28 536 r. 2; Sapilti kaspim
NA KO.BABBAR pan 1 GOj KT.BABBAR ana serretimu HAR KO.BABBAR agrdnum Supid

ana PN2 1.LA.E

37 shekels of

ama§ and Aja one talent of gold [1 GfJ]. TA.AM [H]A[R] KU.BABBAR 30 MA.NA.TA. one talent of silver AM [HA]R Kt.GI

bracelets and thirty minas of gold bracelets
Mon.

CT 32 4 xi 6ff., also ibid. 26ff. (NB Cruc.
Manigtugu), see Sollberger, JEOL 20

Mdti

61:314ff., 334ff.

from the balance of that silver, 470 c) as dowry or marriage gift: a-wira-an annidn la Sa abija lu makkuri these two bracelets are not from my father,
they are my own property PBS 5 156 r. 4; 2 HAR.AU Sa KI.LA.BI 4 GfN 4 9U.GUR
KtT.BABBAR KI.LA.BI 4 GfN . .. mimma annim nudunn2 PN LUKUR Marduk u NU. BAR . . . a abua. ... iddinugimma (gold

shekels of silver from the one talent of

silver, have nose rings and silver bracelets made there (for the marriage gift) ARM 1
46:31; tuppu annu a unute PN ...
HAR.MEA GIR.MES U Sa qati Kt.GI

2 tapal

uqul=

taSunu 6 meat 28 this is the tablet of the

personal property of fPN (the queen), two pairs of anklets and bracelets of
gold, weighing 628 (shekels) MRS 6 183 RS 16.146+ :5; 4 sa-bir-re KO.BABBAR (and other items of silver jewelry) Iraq 16 p. 38
ND 2307:10 (dowry list, = Postgate NA Leg. Docs. 14), cf. §a 4 MA.NA HAR URUDU a copper

earrings weighing six shekels, a gold pendant weighing one shekel) two (silver) bracelets weighing four shekels, four silver rings weighing four shekels, all this is the dowry which her father gave to PN, naditu woman of Marduk and kulmalitu
MA. bas ... NA Kt1.BABBAR HAR-'a property of PN, BE 6/1 84:5; E PN.. .mala

bracelet of four minas

Postgate Palace

Archive 1:14' (NA dowry list?); one-third mina of silver qullu u si-me-ri-e §a PN mdrtiSu

as much as there is, one-half mina of silver, her silver rings (given to PN, the naditu of §amag, by her father) CT 8
5b:6, cf. 10 GfN HAR Kt.BABBAR-a CT 6
33a:10 (inheritance of a naditu), also cf. YOS 12 157:2, YOS 8 154:7 (= 1 MA.NA PN ihuzui Doc. 65); BABBAR ina qdtiSa I MA.NA CT 8 2a:2, Grant Bus. HAR KO. HAR KtT.

in rings (?) and bracelets belonging to PN, her daughter (as dowry) VAS 6 61:6, also
BOR 2 3:9 (both NB).

d) in lit.: ina ume Dumuzi elldnni GI.
GfD uqni HAR NA 4 .GUG ittiSu elldnni on

BABBAR ina SepiSa when PN married her,

the day that Dumuzi comes up to me (from the nether world), with him will come up to me the lapis lazuli flute, the
carnelian bracelet CT 15 47 r. 56 (Descent ofItar); 6 -u' bdbu uSeribSimaumtasi ittabal HAR.ME9 qdtea u Iepela when he (the

(she owned) one-third mina of silver bracelets, one-half mina of silver anklets
(and silver pectorals) YOS 8 141:9f., see
Kraus Edikt p. 205; 2 HAR.U Kt .BABBAR KI.LA.BI 1 MA.NA NIG.BA DUMU.SAL PN Sa

doorkeeper) had her (Ibtar) enter the sixth gate he stripped off and took away
her bracelets and anklets ibid. 46:57, cf. ibid. 58, wr. Se-mir qdteSa u epeSa ibid.

ana B PN2 innadnu two silver bracelets weighing one-third mina, gift to the

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semeru le 47 r. 40; muhri §a nappdhi si-me-ri simat qdteki u Sepeki muhri Sa kutimmi insabtu simat uzneki accept from the smith the bracelets, the ornament for your hands and feet, accept from the jeweler the earring, the ornament for your ears RA
18 163 r. 25 (Lamagtu inc.).

semeru 2b 2' of naditu women: ina S[a]-wi-ri\al E IN.[§I.IN.9AM] she bought the house with her ring-silver BE 6/1 13:16,
cf. (real estate or slaves) Szlechter Tablettes 45 MAH 15.935:11, 43 MAH 16.516:4', Waterman Bus. Doc. 45:12, CT 47 9:10, 14:9, and passim, wr. ina Se-wi-ri-§a TCL 1 63:17, VAS 8 58:8, CT 8 31a:7, 35b:7, CT 47 11:13, 29:12, 31a:7, 49:11, and passim, ina Si(var. §a)-wi-ri-Aa CT 47 3a:6 (case), var. from tablet, ina §e-wie-ri-Ma CT 47 33:11, ina ga-me-ri-ga BE
6/1 43:9, ina HAR.Kt.BABBAR -§a CT 48 62:9, BE 6/1 22:9, 57:11, 61:18, 105:21, Scheil Sippar 67:9, TCL 1 77:9, 84:8, 108:11, CT 8 25b:10, and passim, (without -ia) VAS 9 10:10, 154:4, CT 47 17:13, and passim, ina HAR.KAM Kt. BABBAR -8a JCS 11 22 No. 9:8, ina NA 4. Waterman Bus. Doc. HAR Kt.BABBAR -Sa 20:8, ina HAR-§a CT 47 13:10, CT 2 42:8; she

e) in personal names: Se-wi-ru-um[b]e-ra-at ARM 10 92:3, also 93:3, cf. Sawi-ru-um MAD 1 234:10.

2. bracelet, coil (of silver) used as a means of payment - a) as a woman's peculium - 1' in gen.: .a-wi-ru-i u an. nuqu §a ibalsiunisassiriana akaliki libSiu (you said) guard well any bracelets and annuqu jewelry there are, they should serve as your (fem.) sustenance CCT 3 24:4, cf. ajUtim Sa-wi-re 'a tezibanni inimi tusf Kt.BABBAR 1 GfN ula tezibam what silver bracelets did you leave me? when you departed, you did not leave me even
one shekel of silver ibid. 9; I MA.NA Kt.
BABBAR lu ga-wi-ru lu musarrum§a suhd: rim KI.LA.BI 3 MA.NA 2 GfN ahamma. ..

9AM.TIL.LA.BI.

E 7 GfN Kt.BABBAR ina

HAR.Kt .BABBAR.ME § IN.NA.AN.LA

paid its full price of seven shekels of silver in silver bracelets CT 47 44:14, also CT 33
37:12, wr. NA 4 .HAR Waterman Bus. Doc. 20:8, wr. HAR. U KJ.BABBAR BE 6/2 31:10, HAR

Ki.BABBAR PBS 8/2 105:11; tuppauPN ina ana PN2 dini ,e-wi-ri-Sa i 5m ul Sa[tir] no tablet of (see miserru mng. la) CCT 2 36a:17 and 28; his stating, "PN has bought (it) with her 1 MA.NA KTT.BABBAR ia-wi-ru §a suhartim rings" was written CT 52 19:20 (all OB). 18 GfN KT..GI annuqiua the bracelets §a-wi-ri-§u u musarram ...

of the girl are worth one mina of silver, her annuqu jewelry 18 shekels of gold cf. 1 MA.NA sa-wi-ru ,a TCL 4 30:11,
suhartim TCL 21 207:10 (all OA);

b)

as disbursement or gift to mes-

sengers, and to persons on special occasions: MA.NA ana HAR.SU K[r.
BABBAR] NfG.BA PN inuma itu E 9.U[NUG il]likamma ina E.dINANNA ikkalt one-

let the

girls come to me quickly si-wi-ri §a KU.GI lu lakna u 5 MA.NA KtI.BABBAR si-wi-ri §uknaSi let them be provided with gold bracelets and provide her with five minas of silver rings TCL 1 16:11 and
14 (OB let.); 1 MA.NA HAR Kt.BABBAR

half mina for silver bracelets, gift for
PN when he came from Ur and was delayed at the temple of Itar Riftin 52:5, 2 HAR.

9U

MA.NA... ana KT.BABBAR KI.LA.BI PN inuma DUMU.SAL PN 2 ilimu TCL 10

3

(beside gold earrings, a silver ring, and other items of a dowry) Iraq 42 69 No. 10:4 (OB); insabatijau HAR.KI.BABBAR-

17:15, cf. PBS 8/2 166 iii 9 and iv 5 (all OB);

2 HAR K1t.BABBAR 18 GIN 'a PN inuma imtu mahar PN2 illikam Sa 2 harranatim

ia uhammisu they stripped me of my rings

two silver rings of 182 shekels for PN,

and bracelets (referred to as Sukutti suhdr= when he came from PN2 , for two trips tim line 19) ARM 10 114:9; 4 [S]e-we-re- ARM 7 117:12, cf. ibid. 16 and 20, 114:1, 3, and 6, tu-8a muzzazdtum Sa kiadila (see *muzz 171:1, 218:2' and 11', ARM 18 19:8; Se-wira-am hu-ul-lam Sa ana PN mdr Sipri zaztu) TLB 1 118:7 (OB). 223

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semeru 2c
addinu
Laessoe Shemshara Tablets 34 SH

semeru 4 36 MA.NA KI.LA.BI 6 Lt.ME Sa sartaipu nad~ma six crossbars weighing 96 minas in whose rings the six men who committed the crime are placed PBS 2/2 126:1 (MB); 7 MA.NA 5 GfN ZABAR §a ekalli ana epeli ana 2 se-mi-ri PN ilqe PN took seven minas and five shekels of bronze be-

4 MA.NA KtT.BABBAR HAR.HI.A 920:25; (beside kaspum libirtum) ARM 7 117:1,
of. also 219:14,
BABBAR

17,

1 HAR

PN (among silver expenditures)

§a

X GfN Kt.

ARM 9 108:2, 4, and 9; ina 3 MA.NA Ktl. BABBAR ?a ana 8 HAR.HI.A §?a 5 GfN.AM

IGI.4.GAL

Kt.BABBAR

LAL.U

from the

longing to the palace in order to make
two manacles (?) HSS 15 299:4, of. ibid. 157:3,
323:3; put PN ina si-me-ri-e AN.BAR PN 2 PN 3 u PN 4 ina qdt PN 5 na iumu 'a PN 5

forty shekels of silver for (making) eight silver rings of five shekels each, one quarter of a shekel is not accounted for
ARM 9 188:7, cf. ibid. 2, 12:2, 30:3, ARM 7 192:3 and 6, 269 r. 2'f.; 1 GIN URUDU PN 1 GfN Se-me-ru [. . .] MDP 23 310:2, cf.
ibid. 306:1; 2-iG HAR K.BABBAR Sa UD. rME 1 . . ana L1.M.MAHME g a KUR [. . .]

§a

ressu ina§iA2 ibbakunimma ina si-me-ri-e
AN.BAR.ME

inandinu PN2 , PN 3, and PN 4

two silver rings of ....

for the emis-

saries of GN ADD 758:6, cf. ibid. r. 3, ADD 928 r. ii 1, 2 HAR GI SIG PN GN 'a 1 LtJ HAR BABBAR TAB.TAB.MES Sa 1 MIN MIN SIG

assume responsibility for the shackled PN (lit. PN in iron shackles) from PN5 whenever PN5 issues a summons, they will bring (him) and deliver him in iron shackles YOS 7 178:2 and 13, cf. PN, an

oblate of the Lady of Uruk, who was held prisoner in the royal storehouse si-mirri-e-Fd AN.BAR iptatar iltasum loosened his iron manacles and ran away ibid. 88:17, sdbe Sa ina libbigunu ultu si-me-ri
AN.BAR.ME

two rings, gold(?), small, PN, from GN, for one man, a ring, silver, three fourths(?), for one man, ditto (= a ring,
silver), small ADD 1110+ i 4', 7'f., and passim in this text, see Postgate Taxation 337ff., cf. 2 ADD 930 iv 4, ii 14, see Postgate Taxation 313.

§d-bir-x

apturuma ibid. 70:15, cf. Cyr. 281:8, HAR. . . . iktusu (see kdsumng. Ic)

ABL 460 r. 10; PN PN 2 HAR AN.BAR lu8[bat]

I will throw PN and PN2 into fetters CT 54
527 r. 6, see Dietrich Aramier p. 150 No. 35, cf.

c) other occ.: 5 HAR NIG.AAM 20 UDU PN ana PN2 iddin PN paid PN2 five (silver)

coils, the price of twenty sheep
86.11.134 r. iii 11 (OAkk.,

Met.

Museum

courtesy

I. J. Gelb).

Sa ina si-me-ri sabtu YOS 7 77:2; [...] si-me-ri-e ninanduii ABL 1105:16 (text of angu adh oath), cf. (the oblate) Sa ... Sippar ... si-me-re-e parzilli iddu§§u Cyr.
281:3, TCL 13 154:2, YOS 6 222:11; [1]-en

3.

manacles, shackles for hand and [. . .] x-ti Sa

foot, clasp to hold the abbuttu hairdo:
ina is qdti u se-me-ri libb

qdti u epi kal in handcuffs and shackles (is said) about [someone] bound hand and
foot Leichty Izbu 233 ROM 991:23 (Izbu Comm.);

biritu AN.BAR 4 (or 5) kallanu AN.BAR naphar 9 MA.NA AN.BAR KI.LA si-me-ri ina pan PN Sa bit kilu one iron crossbar, x iron ... .- s, in all shackles

weighing nine minas of iron at the disposal of PN, the prison warden RA 63 80
BM 56213:4 (= CT 55 254); 27 MA.NA AN.BAR §a Hume ana HAR.ME AN.BAR ina pan PN

Sa 2 MA.NA URUDU Si-wi-ra-a-am PN lu gullub abbuttam u ,i-wi-ra-a-am lu 'akin

(take) a clasp of one-half mina of copper,
PN should be shaved and provided with

the abbuttu hairdo and the clasp JCS 17
85 No. 13:21 and 24 (OB let.); Um Se-me-ra

27 minas of iron from Hume for making iron shackles, at the disposal of PN, the ironsmith GCCI 2 53:2,
LU.SIMUG AN.BAR cf. ibid. 150:2, Cyr. 276:2 (all NB).

apturu when I gave him his freedom (lit. loosened his manacles) MDP 23 307
r. 17; 6 biritu ina si-mi-ri-Si-[na] 1 GUN

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senkurru mdk §i-wi-ri-i-im pitiltam ina kilddilu ul ihlul she saw no ring and in the absence of a ring she could not tie a rope onto its (the pig's) neck CT 48 23:12f. (OB), see Rollig, BiOr 28 204; 1 si-me-e-frul (among agricultural implements) Moore Michigan Coll. 23:3, cf. 4 si-me-ri.ME (among implements) CT 55 216:9, also AN.BAR Sime-re-e ibid. 257:1 (all NB).

sepiru DN rittagu Satrat the judges summoned a s., he examined fPN's hand and said: Her hand is inscribed with an old inscription dating from long ago (certifying that she belongs) to Nana RA 67 150:20; PN... sa PN 2 abuu rit-tu-§u gataru 8a LU sipir-ru idtur u ... iddinu fPN whose hand PN2 , her father, had inscribed in the (alphabetic) writing of the s. and whom he sold AnOr 8 74:4; (barley) libb aGID.DA §a LU si-pir-ri according to the written document of the s. BE 9 80:2, cf. ibid. 7, cf. aki Sipitu a PN LU si-pir-ri BE 10 a 5:7, ipirtu a si-pi-ru a ana PN Satratu YOS 7 19:11, ina KU Sipistu §a LU si-pi-ri ZA 3 148 No. 10:8.
§umu

A HAR weighs from five to ten shekels in Ur III, see Limet Metal 211f., and can be worn around the ankles as well as on the arm, indicating that it is a bracelet and not a finger-ring (for which see unqu),
see Civil, JNES 23 8.
Ad mng. 1: M. Anbar, UF 6 442 ff. Ad mng. 2: J. Dayton, Berytus 1974 41ff.; M. Powell, Matous Festschrift 2 211ff.; J. Renger, ZA 58 161; Schorr, VAB 5 p. 131f. note to line 16; Meissner BAP p. 147. Ad mng. 2b: for Ur III refs. see P. Michalowski, Syro-Mesopotamian Studies 2/3.

senkurru see simkurru. seperu v.; to write alphabetic script (on skin); NB; Aram. lw.; I *ispir; cf. sepiru, sipru A. If it please the king ina libbi si-ip-ri [KUR] dr-ma-[a-a lu] -us-pi-ir-ma ana garri [l]ulebila I will write on an Aramaic document and send it to the king (opposite: minamma ina .ipirti akkadattu la taSattarma why do you not write on an CT 54 line 17f.) Akkadian document?
10:16 (let. to Sargon), see Dietrich, WO 4 89f.

mentioned beside tupSarru: ina b) mahar ... dajdni PN LU si-pi-ri u'iltu e-let the binding document was drawn up in the presence of the judges (and) PN, the s. (followed by PN2 tup'arru) BE 8 107:21; tuplar ekalli . . . andku u PN LU si-pi-ri iltapparanndSu the palace scribe wrote to me and PN, the s. (about grain
taxes) YOS 3 132:10, cf. ibid. 126:9, YOS 7 151:2; PN L si-pi-ri Sa ina Eannapaqdu

(in list of witnesses, followed by PN tup:
larru) YOS 7 164:21, also AnOr 8 76:28, Dar. 336:3, and passim, cf. aki ,atari a . . . LO. EID.MEA U PN LU si-pi-ri u PN 2 'a reS

,arri ittika iSturu' BRM 1 101:7.

sepiru (or sepiru) s.; 1. scribe writing alphabetic script (mostly on skin), 2. (an NB, LB; administrative functionary); Aram. lw.; wr. syll. and LU.A.BAL, LU. KU9.SAR; cf. seperu, sipru A.
Bab. 7 pl. 6 v 21 (NA list of professions), see MSL 12 240.

Lt.A.BAL

scribe writing alphabetic script 1. (mostly on skin) - a) in gen.: dajane . . . si-pi-ri ibilunimma ritti Sa fPN uaddima iqbi umma Satari labiri Sa ium riqutu ana

2. (an administrative functionary) - a) functions: PN tupSarru u PN2 LU si-pir mar §ipri.ME 'a Gubaru .. . .a ana muhhi amirtu 'a seni u ldti §apparinu (deposition by herdsmen to) PN, the scribe, and PN 2 , the s., agents of (the satrap) Gubaru who were sent for the inspection of the sheep and goats and the cattle AnOr 8 61:12; PN dajdnu PN 2 dajdnu §a bdb ekalli u PN 3 LU si-pi-ru Sa ana muhhi nasdka 'a LU la-a-hu-da-nu ina Barsip .. . rubqnu PN, the judge, PN 2, the judge of the palace gate, and PN3 , the s., who came to make labor assignments(?) for the . ...- people in GN VAS 6 128:6; kaspu ... ina uSuzzu ?a PN LU si-pi-rinadin Nbn. 245:9; E.BAR

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sepiru
... §a PN LU si-pir ana madarti [...]
nadna BIN 2 133:2; PN §aknu §a LfJ si-piri.ME S a uqu PN, prefect of the s.-s of the army UCP 9 276:19, cf. PBS 2/1 34:2ff., and passim, aknu LJ si-pir-ri.MES a qu
BE 10 102:7, wr. LaT.A.BAL.MES PBS 2/1

sepu A
si-pi-ri Sa malennu PBS 2/1 193:17, for

other refs., wr. syll. and Lf.A.BAL, see

abarakkumng. 3g; L si-pir-ri a belpihati
Camb. 344:2; Lj si-pi-ri ga Lj gardu BE 10 95:6, (aE LtJ GAL um-ma) PBS 2/1 196:7 and 13,

see also mugu in rab mugi; note: Lf s-piir mahri2 the former s. Dar. 451:2; PN L Saknu §a Lj si-pir-ri-e TuM 2-3 181:7 (= BE 10 7).

66:9, 16, and passim; note hatari uqu 8a Lj

si-pir-ri.MES (to be emended to hataru §a L si-pir-ri.MES <ia> uqu) TuM 2-3
181:3f. (= BE 10 7); La si-pir §a bit unqdta
Dar. 393:3;

LJ 8si-pir-ri.ME S

ERIN qu-a-td PBS 2/1 185:4;

La GAL Lt si-pir §a a

t

The reading sepiru is based on the assumption that the Aram. etymology proposed by Ebeling, ZA 50 212,
sepira "Ge-

kurummati Dar. 314:3; Lj si-pi-ru Sa ina muhhi qemi Moore Michigan Coll. No. 89:47, cf. LO si-pi-ru §a bit qemi ibid. 48; LI si-pir§a eqleti VAS 6 171:27; note NidintuAnu A Sa Nidintu-IGtaru Nidintu-Itar A §a Anu-ahhe-iddin L( si-pir.ME makkcur Anu BRM 2 35:36, cf. TCL 13 245:25f., and passim, Speleers Recueil 294:30, 295:26, etc.,
BRM 1 98:28, and passim, wr. [. . .] A

lehrter," is correct, but it is equally possible to take the word as the active participle sepiru, from the verb seperu, q.v. The sepiru, as a scribe writing Aramaic, presumably wrote on skin, though the reading sepiru for KUS.SAR is still not

Nidintu-IStar LU.KUS.SAR
VAS 15 6:6.

makkur Anu

§a

proved.
See dal' disc. section.
San Nicolo, Or. NS 18 290ff., Or. NS 23 369f.; von Soden, Or. NS 37 266; Kiimmel Familie 136f.

b) associations and attachment to royal and private organizations: bele qaltilunu gabbi Sa hadri §a Lf.A.BAL.ME S a ina GN

sepiru see sepiru. sepiu see sepq . sepi A (sap, seb?) v.; (mng. uncert.); SB*; I (only stative sapi, sepi attested), I/3 isseneppi; cf. septu.
far-ti SfG, MIN [.. .] [SIG 7 ] = se-pu-i A V/3:196f.; "'gsIG = se-pu-u d far-[ti] Antagal A 57; [si-i] [si] = se-pu-u, ba-qa-mu A III/4:177 f.; [ta-ab] [TAB] = se-pu-u fd stG A II/2 Section D-E: 11;tab = ha-ma-tu,tab.ba= se-pu-, suhur. ErimhuS VI 189ff.; rtu-kurl LAGAB ra = = se-pu-u sfG A I/2:25; [. . .] = [se-p]u(?)-u sf ar-ti Nabnitu XIV 276.

all their fief holders of the association of
s.-s in GN PBS 2/1 218:5;
PN

a hadri §a

PBS 2/1 11:3, also BE 10 57:2, 37:3, and passim, wr. LU si-pir-re-e PBS

Lt

8i-pir-Tr.MEs

2/1 3:18; La si-pi-ri ga Sarri Nbn. 44:3, also (witness) YOS 6 242:22, YOS 7 107:17, 118:22, VAS 6 171:9; Lj si-pi-ri aBel-Sarrausur mar Sarri Nbn. 184:4, cf. (of Neriglissar) Sa mdr Sarri L 8si-pir.ME Nbk. 413:3, Nbn. 581:4, cf. Cyr. 177:2, 364:16, cf. also Unger Babylon 285 No. 26 iv 15, PN Lt si-pi-ru 8a bit mar Sarri Cyr. 199:11, also PBS 2/1 51:15 and lower edge, 52 upper edge; PN Li.SAG LUGAL Lj si-pir 'a L.SAG.ME S 8a ekalli eS4u BRM 1 81:2, cf. Dar. 544:3; PN L 8ipir-ri §a Gubari PBS 2/1 70:15 and lower edge, 95:11, cf. LO si-pi-ri Sa PN ibid. 133:15, BE 9 48:7, and passim in the Murassf archive, PN La si-pi-ri La mar lipri Sa PN Nbn. 478:12; PN La si-pi-ri qalla 8a Bel8arra-usur mr Sarri Nbn. 270:5; PN Li

§d

§d

§d-ma-tu
§d

§d

G

a) said of hair: Summa Sdrat qaqqadilu sa-pat if the hair of his head is ....
Labat TDP 30:105, cf. ibid. 102, also cited,

with comm. sI se-pu-u sI eneu STT 403:28; Summa SdratqaqqadiSuis-se-ni-ip-pi if the Labat hair on his head is always .... TDP 30:106; Summa Sdrat pitifu Sa imitti sa-pat if the hair on the right side of his forehead is . . . . Kraus Texte 4c r. i 17, (with

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the left) ibid. 18, also 3b iii 27 and 28; [§umma

seru [...].ME U Ltj se-pe-e L.SANGA lubultu ana btDN [. . .] the [.. .]-sand the s. of(?) the langd [. .. ] the clothing to the
temple of DN CT 51 94:7 (NB rit.); PN Lt

Sdrat qaqqa]di sa-bi // se-bi if he has .... hair on his head Kraus Texte 3b ii 63, also, wr. sa-pa / se-bi ibid. 2b r. 9. b) other occs.: abnu ,ikinsu kima kirbdn tdbti sd-pi the stone whose appearance
is as .... as a lump of salt Kocher BAM
378 iii 10, dupl. (word broken) STT 108:42 (series abnu likinu), see JCS 21 153:42.

se-pi-u?
ADD 775:2.

(in list of various craftsmen)

spfl see sabt. sepftu s.; (mng. uncert.); lex.*;
.ga

cf.
qaq-

The Sum. equivalents tukur and 8107, which refer to cutting weeds, and the lexical occurrences parallel with baqdmu suggest that the verb describes cropped or naturally short hair.
Kraus, MVAG 40/2 99.

sep A.
sig sIG7 = se-pu-u d ar-[ti], [si] g7.s qad se-p[u-ti] Antagal A 57 f.

sequrratu see ziqqurratu. seredu see saradu. serkuppu see sarkuppu. sermau see *sarmSu. serremtu see sirrimu. se'ru see seru.

sepf B v.; (mng. unkn.); SB; I.
§umma (milu) kulili ana ugalli i-se-ep-

pu-u if the flood .. .- s dragonflies onto the meadows of the river bank (followed
by isanniqu, isabbu'a,see saba'u mng. If)
CT 39 19:116 (SB Alu).

Connect possibly with sipu B s. For OB
refs. see supp2 B.

seru adj.; clay-slipped;

MA*; cf. s&ru.

sepf see seb2 B and sipu. sepu in akal sepi s.; (a kind of bread); NA.* 91 SILA NINDA se-pi NINDA kamanu §a zi-zi nine and one-half silas of s.-bread, ZA 45 44:35 sweet cakes made with ....
(NA rit.), cf. 7 NINDA se-e-pi (with other kinds of bread) BBR No. 66:8, also 68:4, 67:8, and parallel BA 5 689:8, KAR 228 r. 14 (all NA rit.). wr. se-[e-bil

10 kallu.ME se-ru-tu §a naptan garri ten bowls covered with clay slip for the king's meal VAS 19 29:14. seru see siru B and D. seru (se'ru) v.; 1. to plaster, to cover

with a clay slip, to rub a part of the body with medication, to rub down, 2. to rub out, to rub (spittle, etc.) into the ground, 3. su'uru to rub; from OA, OB on; I
iser - is&r (NA isear), II; cf. seru, siru A.
= [se]-e-ru A I/8:45; u.iur = se-egd-u ~§ rum, 9u.fir.ra = pa-gd-tu Erimhug V 97f.; r. r a = te-'-u, u . s . s a = se-'-ru Erimhu II223f.; sag.kin = se-e-rum Izi H App. 61; [gir].kin = se-e(var. -i)-rum(var. -ru) (in group with mesu, kabdsu) Erimhu II 42. gi.i r.6.a.g.g a= se-e-ru Sa u-ri Nabnitu E 244, ir . 6.a.KU.BAR. ir = MIN §a a-sur-riibid. 245, iz.zi.im.sag.ak.a, iz.zi.im.sag.ur 4 .re = MIN §a i-ga-ri ibid. 246f., gur 7 .ur 4 . re, gur 7 .im.ur 4 . re = MIN §a GUR 7 ibid. 248f., im.dal.ha.mun. im.dal.ha.mun.§u.tag.ga = gu.kin.ak.a,

See also sipu.
von Soden, ZA 45 50.

9u.

sepf (sepiu) s.; (an artisan); NA, NB.
l6.mug = se-pu-u CT 37 24 iv 23', in MSL 12 229; li .MUGse-pu-u (between kmidu and rab kasir) STT 382+ vii 3, see MSL 12 234 ii A 15, cf. Lt. MUG, L.GAL.MUG (between bowmaker and potter) STT 385 ii 27 f.. see MSL 12 234.

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a ha-a-bi ibid. 250f., im.li.gi.in.§u.fir.ra, im.gid.da.9u.ra.ra = MIN §a IM.GID.DA ibid. 252f.,im.9u.rin.na. u.nigin.na= MIN a ti-nuri ibid. 254, dug.im.§u.kin.ak.a = MIN SaDuG, dug.utul.NE. u.nam.nigin(?), dug.utul.su. tag.ga, dug.utul.zi.ir.ak.a=MiN~aDUG.UTUL ibid. 255ff., urudu.Sen.zi.ir.ak.a = MIN §a ruuq-qi ibid. 259, gi§.m .sa.bil.ak.a = MIN §a GI9.MA ibid. 260, gu.sar.sur.ra = MIN 'a pitil-ti ibid. 261, sag.du.tag.tag.ga, sag.du.ti. ti.ak.a, sag.du.§u.ak.a = MIN §a qaq-qa-di, murgu. u.kin.ak.a, murgu. u.tag.ga = MIN §a bu-di, igi.u.su.ub.ak.a = MIN §a pa-nim ibid. 262ff., gir.KIN.a, gir.KIN.dug 4.ga, gir. KIN.ak.a, gir.KIN.DI, KAXBAD.te, [KAXBAD]. = KIN. a, [KAXBAD] .gi 4 .gi 4 MIN a ru-i-ti,[x.x] .x. ibid. 268ff., [tug.g]u. = MIN a us.sa TUG ibid. 276, [x.x].ra.ah = MIN kin = MIN la E.SIG 4 ibid. 277, [dub] .ze.ir =MIN da tup-pi ibid. 278, [urudu] .z6.ir = MIN a URUDUibid. 279. e ... al.la.gal (var. a al.ag.e) KA al.sig. ge : [bitam] . . . [te-se]-e-ri ta-ta-al-la-li RA 24 36:8 (Sum.) and r. 8 (Akk.) (Dialogue 5), var. from TCL 15 pl. 2b:10'. [a s]ag si.ga naga tu 5 .tu 5 . fal (errorfornaga su §i.a i 65) ... [a t]u 5 .tu 5 .a naga su.ub. uhulu su-'ba.a : [A.ME]g ana qaqqadi §apiku i-r[u] ... m rummuku uhilu su-'-u-ru pouring water on the head, rubbing it with soap, bathing it in water, rubbing it with soap BiOr 30 165 i 45ff. me-e-si = se-e-ru An VIII 46; sa-pa-nu = se-e-ru CT 18 10 iii 60. IR = zu-d-tu, NIGIN = ta-se-ar you rub off the sweat (of the horse) Ebeling Wagenpferde p. 38 Ko r. 13a; i-si-ir // se-e-ri // sa-pa-nu CT 41 31 r. 24 (Alu Comm., to Tablet XLV); tu-sa-'-[ar(?)] 5R 45 K.253 v 34.
MIN

seru papdham is(the masons) si-ru u igartum se-re-et they have now plastered the chapel, and the wall is also plastered CT 6 27a:14f.; ten basket carriers and 5 ERfN ndAi marrim bitam li-si-ru five men working with the Kienast hoe should plaster the house

[e(?)-si-ru-ui TIM 2 90:6;

:

Kisurra 155:8 (all OB letters);

x silver

agri

a-si-a-ri-im (for) hired men for plastering TCL 14 14:38 (OA); ur ekalli i-se-er-ru they plaster the roof of the palace AfO 17 268:8 (MA harem edicts); i-ri i-se-dr he will plaster the roofs ADD 90 edge 1 (NA), cf. urate
i-si-ru Iraq 25 73 No. 67:21 (NA let.), ma Gri i-si-ru-ii ABL 91:18 (NA), see Postgate Taxation 250f.; igdrdte [hurdsal kima si-i-ri

§a

u-pa-ti

a-si-ir I covered the walls with gold as though with plaster Borger Esarh. 87:25; [ur bitiki] aj i-si-ir itinnu RA 62 126:31 S(Gilg. VII); alum igm .. . kupram kapir u eliS tiddam qadutam i-si-ir-ru-gu (see kapdru A mng. 2) ARMT 13 27:10; gaman gurmeni ina libbi turdq bdb bit ameli kida(!)-a te-sir ura tagabbit you pour cypress oil into it (a mixture of several ingredients) and you smear the outer door of the man's house, you sweep the roof
Craig ABRT 1 66:11, see ZA 32 172 (SB rit.);

ana makitte se-a-ri to smear (a mixture of beer, oil, and honey) on the offering
table van Driel Cult of A9ur 200:14, cf. i-si-ru .. . ibid. 17; katarra tahalla. . .. IM.GUl

1. to plaster, to cover with a clay slip,
to rub a part of the body with medication,

to rub down - a) to plaster (roofs, walls):

UGU- u te-se-'-er (vars. te-se-er/ri) you scrape off the fungus and smear clay (mixed with other ingredients) over it (the

urum se-er u gisallam §a bitim labirim fungus-ridden wall) LKA 116:8 (namburbi), see Or. NS 40 142 r. 5, cf. ibid. 140:20; see [ih]arrasu u i-se-e-er-ru the roof is plastered and (now) they will trim the also Nabnitu E 244-251, 277, in lex. section.

reed roof-fence of the old house and put
a clay coating on it CT 29 lla:13 and 17 (OB let.); uram i-se-e-er asurrdm udannan

b)

to cover with a clay slip: see

(a

tablet) Nabnitu E 252 f., (a pot) ibid. 255 ff., in lex.

he (the tenant) will plaster the roof and
reinforce the damp course PBS 8/2 218:10 (OB), wr. i-se-er A 32088 r. 4, CT 48 54:12, VAS 18 29:11, cf. iram i-se-er-ru-il asurra Szlechter Tablettes 62 MAH udanna[nu] 16.524:14, also PBS 8/2 217:10, 224:9, CT 8 u 23b: 12 (all OB); irpapdhim ur simmiltim(!)

section. c) to rub a part of the body with medication: (a mixture of ingredients) iStenid tasdk ina m& tuballal qaqqassu teser you pound together, mix in water, and smear his head (with it) (against inflammation of the scalp and loss of hair) CT

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23 34 iii 23, cf. ibid. 36:58 (= Kocher BAM 480), wr. te-sir AMT 5,5:12 and dupl. Kocher BAM

se'u 3. su'uru to rub: see BiOr 30, in lex. section; [Summa nak]kaptdu '-sa-['-ar] if he rubs his temples AfO 11 222 No. 2:3 (SB physiogn.), also, wr. u-sa-'-dr Labat
TDP 170:13,

156:32, AMT 22,2 r. 10, i-se-er-ma(in broken context) AMT 7:4 i 13, cf. i-ser-ma ibid. 2 and 4; kidassu te-se-e-er AMT 97,4:19, cf. te-se-er-Su (in broken context) AMT 84,4 iv 15; uhulta te-se-er-Su KUB 37 45 obv. (!) iii(!) 8; gamma ludtu ana qiddati

cf. Summapaniu

u-sa-'-a[r]

AfO 11 222f. No. 2:5, also (with IGI) ibid. 12f., 16; see also Labat TDP 224:61, cited zdru A usage c.

te-ser you rub that medication on with a
downward motion (?) AMT 74 ii 27, cf. SepeSu ina qiddati te-ser ibid. 29, see also Nabnitu E 262ff., in lex. section; note re-

In (you give him the potion to drink,
he is purged) tu-sRm-i-ma iballut you him and he will get well Kiichler .... Beitr. pl. 1 i 30f. (= Kocher BAM 574) a verb such as "to administer repeatedly" or the

ferring to the rubbing motion(?): if the baby ap-pi-u magal i-si-ir updti la iu
rubs its nose very much (but) has no phlegm Labat TDP 218:5. d) to rub down horses: [inam&e]mmute ta-se-ar [ana m& u]rrudu ina Surrdt Ieru= dika [m& tukallam]ma ta-se-ar tugelld you rub down (the horses) with warm water, they go down to the water - as soon as you have let (them) go down, you show them the water (so that they will not shy) you rub them down (again), and get them
p. 24 G 7,

like is expected.
Weidner, AfO 3 2 n. 6; Landsberger, ZA 39 290, and MSL 1 216. Ad mng. 2: Cooper, RA 66 81ff.

setu see situ A.

se'fi v.;

1. to press down, 2. to put

down (by military force), to oppress; SB; I ise'i - se'i; cf. si'utu.
[ u]. us = §e-ru-u, u. s.sa = se-'-u (in group with sandbu and sinbu) Antagal III 261f.; su. i s. sa = se-'-u (in group with sakdpu) Antagal A 204; [. . .] = [se]-'-u (in group with sakapu, = se-'-i 5R dardsu) Antagal D 139; gu(?).gar 16 r. i 32 (group voc.).

out Ebeling Wagenpferde p. 21 F r. 2 and 4, cf. cf. 3-§u ina Ierudi ta-se-ar ibid. p. 16 B 8, 25 G r. 6 and 10, also, wr. ta-se-a-ar p. 33 0 r. 2 (MA manual for training horses).

1.

to press down (on something):

2. to rub out, to rub (spittle, etc.) into the ground - a) spittle, mucus: see
Erimhus II 42, Nabnitu E 268ff., in lex. sec-

[Summa x] marti te-se-'i-ma m& marti la us if you (diviner) press down on the [...] of the gall bladder and gall does
not come out CT 30 44 83-1-18,415:13, also ibid. 45 r. 8 (SB ext.), §umma ubdna te-se-

tion. b) wet clay, etc.: salam tiddi salam liWi ina me ina Sepeiu i-sa(var. -si)-ir-Si-

'i-ma martu Sdra la imhur if you press on the "finger" and the gall bladder does
not get inflated
Boissier Choix 1 48 K.1365

nu-ti ina harbate tetemmir with his feet, he (the patient) disintegrates a figurine of clay and a figurine of dough in water and you bury them in waste land KAR 80
r. 17 (rit.), var. from dupl. K.3000:8.

r. 1, cf. gumma marta te-se-'i-ma ubdnu Odra la imhur ibid. 2.

2.

to put down (by military force),

c) to efface a tablet: see Nabnitu E 278, Erimhus II 223 f., V 97, in lex. section. d) other occs.: a-si-ir-ki Lambert Love Lyrics 124:12, ta-si-ir-ra-an-ni (both in obscure context) ibid. 18.

to oppress - a) in omen apodoses: nakru dannu mdta i-se-'i a strong enemy will
oppress the land ACh Sin 4:11 and dupls. Supp. 2 18:9, LBAT 1526:10, also Thompson Rep.

119:6; ummn nakri mta i-se-'i K.9647:10,
dupls. ACh Supp. 2 70:15, ACh Supp. I~tar 49: 18; SIG SIG (var. SIG-a-am)i-se-'iA.TE AE.TE

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sibittu
beer and .... and give him an enema sip-piKocher BAM 168:12, parallels, wr. ru ibid. 52:31, fr sib-bir-ri(!) UET 4 153:7, t si-bir-ru Kocher BAM 413 r. 4; sim-bir-

idarris one notable will oppress another, one throne will overthrow another Sm.
1510 r. 7, var. from K.7180:13, K.6645:11', edu edd i-se-'i Labat Calendrier § 80:12. cf.

muqqa kinsdsu .. . b) other occ.: se-'a-ma kiSdddsu . .. ul kunna isdd[su]

ru

dispelling evil magic) ibid. 434 iii 82.
Landsberger, AfO 18 337.

t

ti-id-tu (etc.) (among plants for

his legs are stiff, his neck is bowed, his foundations are shaky (like a tottering
wall) AfO 19 51:88 (SB lit.).
For Brinkman PKB p. 106:5 (= Iranica Antiqua 2 158 No. 14:5) see ardhu B.

sibburratu (a plant) see libburratu. sibibiinu see zibibdnu. sibirru (scepter) see libirru. sibistu (anger) see ,ibistu.

si l

s.; the Hyades; lex.*
Hh. XXII Section

mul.gu 4 .an.na = si le-e 10:3'.

sibittu s.; group of seven; from OB on;
wr. syll. and IMIN.BI; of. sebe.
giL.tukul.dingir.imin.bi = MIN (= kak-ki) si-bit-td (var. kak-ki DINGIR IMIN.BI) Hh. VIIA 17. imin.bi kur.ta dur.ru.na.mes imin.bi kur.ta e.a.mes imin.bi kur.ta ba.iu.tu.ud. da.a.meS imin.bi kur.ta ba.dim 4 .ga(var. m ).a.me : si-bit-ti-su-nu ina erseti asbu si-bitti-su-nu istu erseti usani si-bit-ti-su-nu ina erseti i'aldu si-bit-ti-su-nu ina erseti irbl the seven of them live in the nether world, the seven of them came forth from the nether world, the seven of them were born in the nether world, the seven of them grew up in the nether world CT 16 an 45:129-135; imin.bi.e.ne li.kin.gi 4 .a lu g al .la. a. m e : si-bit-ti-sd-numarsipri saAnim sarrisunu the seven of them are the envoys of Anu, their king CT 16 19:27f., cf. ibid. 21:140ff., CT 17 9 viii 15f.; imin.bi.e.ne : si-bit-ti-sd-nu AfO 14 150:195ff., and passim in bil., also imin. bi : si-bit-ti-sd-nu (all referring to evil demons) CT 16 45:145f., and passim; dingir.imin.bi : DINGIR.ME si-bit-ti STT 176:6f., also 230 obv.(!) llf.
DINGIR.ME§

Variant (from Assur tablet) for is l1, q.v.

siaqu see sdqu.
sibbatu see zibbatu. sibbirru (sippirru,simbirru, sinpirru) s.;

(a tree and an aromatic product obtained from it); SB.
.g a) .mar.tum SAR = fib-bur-ra-tu = si-in-pir-ru Hg. D 237, in MSL 10 105; [tf.L]UH. MAR.TU.SAR = si-bi-ri Practical Vocabulary Assur 73. f 'ib(var. si) -bur-ra-tu: fi si-[in-pir-ru] Uruanna I 445a.

I.luh(text
a)

the tree:

erid ana qiSti Sa mesi

ikis mesa tijalu u supdlu hussib kanakdtu
u GI si-ib-bir-ri (var. GI§ sim-bir-ri) go

down to the mesu forest, cut down a mesu tree, a tijalu tree, and a juniper, break
off kanaktu and s. branches STT 28 ii 27,
also ibid. 30, var. from Hunger Uruk 1 ii 2 and 6, see von Weiher Nergal p. 49.

a)

in gen.:

uSesdmma §arz

a ibn

si-bit-ti-'u-un he sent forth the winds
which he had created, the seven of them En. el. IV 47, of. Sad si-bit-ti-ui-nu TCL 3 29 (Sar.); nig.na imin.na : MIN si-bitti-ii-nu the seven censers CT 16 28:62f.; 7-~i-nu x MA.NA uqultaunu the seven

b) the aromatic: 10 ANAE GI si-im-beri 10 ANAE GIA ha-e-e ten homers of s.,

ten homers of thyme (among spices and
delicacies for a banquet) Iraq 14 35:138 (Asn.); u si-bir-rum . . . naphar 63 T.HI.A marhasu rab2 ina ikari danni A.NIG.HAR. RA tuablal ana DOR -Id tagappak - s.

of them (the kakkussu ornaments) weigh x
minas ABL 438:9 (NA).

(and other plants), in all 63 plants for a great lotion, you boil (them) in strong

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7-ii-nu the seven planets RAcc. 79 r. 33; (if Adad thunders in the Pleiades) MUL.ME 8,unu (var.
dUDU.BAD.ME9

sibu Anum, Enlil, (etc., and) the Seven gods,
the great gods OIP 2 78:1 (Senn.); bit DINGIR IMIN.BI Sa GN the temple of the Seven gods of Nineveh ABL 49 r. 17, cf. ABL 578
r. 4 (both NA); 12 manzdzu DINGIR IMIN.BI

§unltu) si-bit-ti-di-nu ana erseti it-tabku-ni
ACh Supp. 59:10, dupl. ACh Adad 17:34 (coll.), cf. ibid. 32, var. from Symbolae Bohl 41

twelve shrines of the Seven gods

SBH

r. 33; Sar ill galruti §a naphar mati upi DINGIR IMIN.BI attunuma mighty king(s)

p. 142 No. V iii 15 (description of Babylon); SILA DINGIR IMIN.BI CT 47 63:19 (OB Sippar);

of the gods who brighten(?) all of the land(s), you (Pleiades) are the seven gods BMS 52:5; suhur.ku6 zalg.ga suhur. ku 6 a.ab.ba imin.na.ne.ne : puradd namritupurdd apsi si-bit-ti-S?-nu Or. NS
30 2:5f., dupl. W 22762/2 i 15f., cf. dumu ZU.AB imin.na.ne.ne : marn apsi si-bitti- d-nu ASKT p. 78 No. 9:10f.; note imin. bi.ta : ina si-bit-ti-ii-nu CT16 19:12f.;

note in a personal name: IR-DINGIR.IMIN
BIN 7 173:35 (OB).

sibkarf see sippu B. sibnunnu s.; (mng. unkn.); Nuzi.*
[.. .] si-ib-nun(?)-na.MEA [Sa] PN mar Sarri ana nemeli PN 2 tamklru ilqe PN2 , the

dim.me.er nam.tar.ra imin.ne.ne : ili simati si-bit-ti-di-nu (preceded by ilu
rabZti hamlassunu) SBH p. 139 No. IV 153 f., also En. el. VI 81; as name of a group of

merchant, took for (a business venture for) profit [x] s. belonging to PN, the son of the king HSS 9 154:1 (translit. only). Reading uncertain. sibritu see sipritu. sibgu (or siplu) s.; orchard); syn. list.* (a type of soil or

seven gods: Anum Sar ildni ersetu irhema
7 ilani ulda umma DINGIR IMIN.BI ittabi

zikirSun Anu inseminated the earth, it bore him seven gods, and he pronounced
their name to be the Seven gods Cagni Erra I 29; anaDINGIR IMIN.BI qarrddla sandn RA
22 87:1 (Sar.), cf. Cagni Erra I 18, and passim in the Epic of Irra, wr. DINGIR si-bi-it-ti (var. IMIN-ti) V 57, cf. (in broken context) i-li

si-ik-Sum, si-ib-Jum, si-ir-4um = MIN (= [...])

(followed by synonyms of mitirtu) CT 18 1 K.4375
i 41ff. (= Explicit Malku III).

si-[b]it-ti

W. G. Lambert);

STC 2 73 K.3657+ ii 23 (courtesy DINGIR si-bit-tum eli um=

sibu s.; beer; lex.*; cf. sabi.
ku-ru-un KAD.DIN = ku-ru-un-nu, di-ka-ri, si-i-bu, ka-ra-nu, da-mu Diri V 233-237; [si-i] [si] = sab, sa-a-bu, si-i-bu A III/4:150ff.

mdni uddilu [...] the Seven gods had locked [the gates] against the .... Bab.
12 pl. 7:17 (SB Etana), see Iraq 31 9, but wr.

si-bi-ta babu uddulu elu DA AB NIM the gates were locked by(?) the Seven against
the . . . . ibid. pl. 12 i 10 (OB recension); DINGIR IMIN.BI ili qarditisdpinu nakirija

The refs. 1 (PI) si-bu TLB 1 190:21, 1 (Pi) si-bu-Su ibid. 8 are obscure. In YOS 2 55:15 read i-[na] qd-ti, see Stol, AbB 9 55. sibu in bit sibi s.; tavern; OB*; syll. and E KA9.DIN.NA; cf. sab2. wr.

the Seven gods, the heroic gods who overthrow my enemies
DINGIR

Borger Esarh. 96:10;

si-bit-te ilgqardite ina kakkcunu [tahtd]kunu likun(u) may the Seven gods, the heroic gods, accomplish your
defeat with their weapons ibid. 109 iv 5
(treaty), cf. DINGIR IMIN.BI qardtiAfO 8 25 Anum r. vi 20 (Asur-nirari V treaty); AIur

ina §umma naditum NIN.DINGIR gagim la wa bat E KA9.DIN.NA iptete u lu ana likarim anaE KA9.DIN.NA iterub awil=

§a

Enlil. . . DINGIR IMIN.BI ilu rabti AMAur,

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woman CH § 110:39 and 41; (a field, orchard) .DtJ.A GU.LA malamas2 si-bi-im u bit mahirdtim Sa ina ribitim §a Sippar ussa a large house plot as far as it extends, a tavern, and a shop which has access to the public square of Sippar (in a list of property given to a daughter)
Scheil Sippar No. 10:19, and dupls. Nos. 77:15,

sibiutu si-bu-ut Mu-tim (preceded by a delivery of oil in the month of Abu) TCL 1 115:4, also (deliveries) ina si-bu-ut Sa-tim VAS 9
191a:10, si-[bul-ut MU ibid. 13, [. . .] sibu-ut [. . .] Gordon Smith College 74:10, cf.

ana r[e(?)] si-bu-ut 'a-at-tim-[m]a hlem
ARM 6 27 r. 9'; ina si-bu-tim Scheil Sippar 62 r. 2.

89:9;

bi-im [bit] mahirim bit [a(?)]-[hil-im Sa PN in all, x field, x orchard, a house (plot), one half of a tavern, a shop, a .... house
belong to PN ibid. No. 100:9; x ].Dtl.A . . . ita bit mahirim Sa PN u ahiSu mari PN2 SAG. BI ribitum warkassuma E si-bi-im 'a mari

9[A]

(fields and orchards)
X GI9.SAR E.G[U.LA]

naphar x A.
muttat E si-

b) a month - 1' in OB - a' Sibit §atti: ina ITI Si-bu-ut 8a-at-tim TCL 17
26:16 (OB let.), also PBS 8/2 183:43, cited usage a.

b'

sibutu: ITI Si(text BARA)-bu-tim

UD.1.KAM (case ITI BARA.ZAG.GAR) VAS 9 139:15 (tablet) and 140:15 (case); (a person

hired for one year) ITI Si-bu-tum ina PN2 x house (plot) next to the shop of PN regtigu irrub ITI Ajdrum igammarussi will and his brother, the sons of PN2 , fronting enter (service) in the beginning of the on the public square, and abutting on the month of S., he will leave (service) when tavern of PN 2's sons (bought from PN2's 'the month of Ajaru comes to an end BA sons) BE 6/1 13:8; um qdm Sa amaS 5 488 No. 8:7, cf. ITI Si-bu-ti gamirma irrub ana qdtisa askunu 2 BAN sikarum ina E ITI Si-bu-ti igammarmaussi (house rent) si-bi-im on the day on which I put the Waterman Bus. Doc. 9 r. 5 and 7; (loan of thread of on her (a nadztu's) silver) ITI Si-bu-tim SU.BA.AN.TI ana hand - two seahs of beer from the tavern Si-bu-tim utdr Edzard Tell ed-Der 16:4 and 6,

8amag

CT 4 18b:3.

All the documents seem to refer to property acquired by naditu's, in spite of the fact that the CH specifically prohibits the naditu from operating a tavern or entering one, though the prohibition may affect only a naditu not residing within the cloister.
Harris Ancient Sippar 20f.

cf. ITI Si-bu-tum kaspam SU.BA.AN.TI ana ITI Si-bu-tum i'aqqal CT 33 49a:6 and 8;

(loan of silver to be repaid in barley on 21 Elunu) ina ITI Si-bu-tim UD.21.KAM
VAS 8 36:5; ITI Si-bu-tum VAS 18 2:16.

2' in Nuzi: adu ITI-hi Si-bu-te gamdrigu la ubba[la] HSS 5 51:6; ina arhi Sa-bu-ti
HSS 13 221:2 and 13, 292:8, 12, and 14, 301:22,
406:47, HSS 15 275:15, HSS 16 10:68, 118:5,

125:5, igtu arhi 8a Sa-bu-ti HSS 13 243:33; sibitu (sabutu, gebutu) s.; (name of a festival and a month); OB, Mari, Elam, Nuzi, SB; Sebutu in Elam, sabutu in Nuzi. a) a festival (OB): (deliveries) ana UD.3.KAM si-bu-ut ga-at-tim for the three days of the (festival of) sibut gatti PBS 8/2 183:24, cf. um si-bu-ut Sattim ibid. 27, (dated in) ITI si-bu-ut Sa-a[t-tim] ibid. 43; 1 uniqum ina si-bu-ut Sa-[at-tim] one shekid at the sibut Satti (followed by delivery of a ram and of oil in the month of ITI AB.E.A) TCL 1 202:2, cf. 1 unmqum ina
for other refs. see C. Gordon, ArOr 10 61.

3'

in Elam, SB: ITI Si-bu-td

=

ITI

APIN.DU 8 .A PSBA 34 293:9, also, wr. 9[ebu-t]i 5R 43:44, ACh I~tar 7:43, also AfO 24

101 Rm. 2,127 lower edge, see AfO 24 100; ITI Si-bu-ti BM 123412 colophon (courtesy C. B. F. Walker), dupl. KB 2 114 IV A (Senn.); in

astrol. omens among other month names taken from the Elamite calendar: ina ITI
Se-bu-ti ACh Supp. 40:7, also Supp. 2 56:2,

K.3191: 11; exceptionally in Alu: inaITI #ebu-ti lu ina ITI Ser'i e[rgei . . .] CT 41

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sibfitu
22:9, also CT 39 8 K.8406:3 (SB Alu); note

sidru
with the king, my lord ABL 1134 left edge 1,
see Parpola LAS No. 109.

also Se-bu-4e-bi-i AfO 24 87:4 (MB Elam).

The etymology of the word is uncertain; since according to the calendar in use in Elam, Sibutu is the seventh month, it is possible that the month name is to be connected with "seven," see Landsberger Kult. Kalender 84f., in spite of the occasional

The form is either an oblique plural, possibly the object of la sahru, or a gen. sing. of a *siddatu. sidirtu (sadirtu) s.; row, battle line, battle order; MA, NA, SB; cf. saddru. a) battle line, battle order: 2-Su sidi-ir-ta§a narkabdtiistu RN §ar Kardunia' ackun adlkdu twice I drew up the battle line of chariots against Marduk-nadinahhe, king of Babylonia, (and twice) I
defeated him KAH 2 71:31 (Tigl. I), also 66:25,
see AfO 18 351:50, CT 34 39 ii 15 (Synchron.

spellings with the zi-sign in OB. Whether the OB festival sibit lattim and the Nuzi month Sibitu/Sabctu are to be connected
with beer-brewing, as suggested by Landsberger, JNES 8 274 n. 72, and Oppenheim Beer

n. 32, is uncertain.

sibAtu s.; tavern; MB, SB; cf. sabi2. a) sibitu: IStar ana amatija izizzimma si-bu-tum annitu lu si-bu-ut-ki 0 I~tar, at my words come to me, and may this tavern
be your tavern ZA 32 172:34 (SB inc.). si-bu-ti b) bit sibiti: x rDUG(?)1.ME9 x (barley) (for?) jugs of the tavern Peiser Urkunden 112:13 (MB); on the last or first

Hist.), cf. [. . .] si-di-ir-ti [. . .] (followed

by a statement on the defeat of Kurigalzu)
AOB 1 48 No. 2:7 (Enlil-nirari), cf. si-dir-ta

ummanatilu ikun IR 30 iv 41 (gami-Adad V); ina irtijausd si-dir-tu lu ilkun he sallied out against me and drew up the battle
line 3R 8 ii 72, cf. WO 1 16 r. 19, 472 iv 11
(all Shalm. III), cf. CT 34 40 iii 3 (Synchron.

day of the month ana si-bu-ta aj irub he should not enter a tavern (followed by
bit aAtammi) CT 38 31:18 (SB Alu).

i

Hist.), ellamia .. . §itkunu si-dir-ta OIP 2
44 v 61 (Senn.); ina GN . . . si-dir-ta lu

sibfitu see seb2tu. sibfltu see sdbtu. sidatu s. pl.; (an implement); NA.* (list of copper implements summarized as) PAP annie dullu gamar si-da-a-te er
8a kapari GTfJ. URUDU X x a kapari 6

nilkunu itti aha'iS lu nimdahhisi in GN we drew up the battle lines and fought one
another KAH 2 84:40 (Adn. II), cf. TCL 3 111 (Sar.), Rost Tigl. III p. 22:136, atakan si-dirta OIP 2 82:36 (Senn.); Sarru bell

iqabbi ma sa-dir-tu sedrata ina muhhi emiqi etiq in case the king, my lord, should say: Is the battle line drawn up?
Proceed against the troops ABL 1290 r. 3 (NA), cf. u ina muhhi sa-dir-te [Sa ana]

§ummu

rittdte §a tamarzi sa kapari all of these are completed work, copper s.-s to be
to be polpolished(?), copper .... to be ished(?), six handles(?) for .... polished(?) ADD 1051 + ABL 1077 r. 6, see
Landsberger Date Palm 32.

§arri belija alpurani (in broken context)
CT 53 47 r. 10.

b)

row: BAL.GI.HA.ME§ NfG.KI.MIN KA.

MIN.HA.ME§

(for NfG.BjN.NA.HA.ME

=

Aeleppi?) . . . i-se-di-ru si-dir-tu tortoises and turtles were forming rows KAR 61
r. 17 (SB inc.).

siddetu s. pl.(?); (mng. unkn.); NA.*
Ltj.KjR si-id-de-e-te la sah-ru l[a . ..

issi garri] belija salmu the enemies are
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sidru (sadru) s.; 1. row, battle line, 2. regular offering(?); SB, NB; cf. saddru.

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si'du
1. row, battle line - a) gen.: PN . . . ina sid-ri
relief) AfO 8 178:8 (Asb.).

sigmu

depicted in the lower register (of the

'apli

row - 1' in esir PN is

efrd) Uruanna II 449, and correct CAD 7 (I/J) 117 imhur-efrd usage b.

sidfi s.; (a type of soil or orchard); syn. list.*

2' in the name of a courtyard of the si-du-i = MIN (= [...]) (followed by synonyms A99ur temple in Assur: kisallau eliS of mitirtu) CT 18 2 K.4375 i 45 (= Explicit Malku III). abnima kisal si-dir manzdz Igigi gum.u ambi I built its courtyard anew, and siduru s.; (a stone?); OB.* named it Courtyard-with-the-Row-ofResting-Places-for-the-Igigi OIP 2 145:22 1 ZAG.DU 8 UD.KA.BAR ALAL(?) NA 4 si(Senn.), also KAV 42 r. 23, see Frankena Takultu 126:179, also van Driel Cult of A99ur 96 viii 45,

du-ru-um 8a DN

one bronze support(?)

kisal sa-ad-ri(var.-rum) manzaz Igigi OIP
2 150 No. 8:2 (Senn.).

for the ....

(made of?) s.-stone(?) for DN

Greengus Ishchali 106:29.

b) battle line: ina tamirti GN ellamia si-id-ru ,itkunu usa'alu kakkilun in the outskirts of GN they formed a battle line against me and honed their weapons
OIP 2 31 ii 83 (Senn.), cf. ibid. 75:88, replaced by sidirtu,q.v., ibid. 44 v 61; si-id-ru ga RN ...

sigaru (lock) see §igaru. sigbarrfl s.; 1. (a hairdo or part of one), 2. (a person with such a hairdo); SB; Sum. lw.
sig.bar.ra = vu-u, luh-SuLu IV 101f. abgal.e sig.bar.r[a bi.in.dug] : apkallu sig-ba-r[a-a](var. sig-bar-ra-a)[uSuru] the apkallu whose s.-hairdo is loosed K.2946 r. 13f., var. and restorations from Rm. 249+, cited JCS 21 133.

itti Teumman Sar mat Elamti is-di-ru (this is) the battle line that Assurbanipal drew up against Teumman, king of Elam AfO
8 178:12, cf. si-id-ruSaRN ibid. 184:37 and 39;

§d

ulammiduinni epe§ qabli u ananti si-di-ru u mithusuti me to wage battle and war, tion fighting, battle line,
passim,

tdhazi dikilt they taught to set in moand combat

1. (a hairdo or part of one): gar-tum sig-ba-ru-u the hair (of the image) is a s.
MIO 1 80 vi 15 (descriptions of representations of

demons);

see also K.2946, in lex. section.

Streck Asb. 210:13, see Borger, AfO 17 346, and

always wr. si-di-ruira (possibly

2.
8amaS

(a person with such a hairdo):
amal a long-haired priest of
JCS 21 132:25; LtJ.SIG.BAR.RA.ME

to be read as the inf. sederu) in Esarh. and Asb., see mithusutu; uncert.: tuSad hizanndinma tuelckun (for ,utelkun) tes sa-[da-ril si-[id-ri?] you taught us to bring about the turmoil (of battle), to draw up the battle line Tn.-Epic "ii" 5. 2. regular offering(?): alpu ana si-id-ri §a UD.20.KAM ana DN nadin the ox has been presented to Marduk for the regular offering(?) of the twentieth (of the month)
Nbn. 768:4.

sfG.BAR-e

(see luhi) UVB 15 40:8.
W. G. Lambert, JCS 21 133; Sjoberg, JCS 21278.

siggaggaritu see singanguritu. siggagguritu see singanguritu. siggu see sikku A.
siggfi (or pasigg2) s.; (a canal); lex.*;

si'du
list.*

(or se'du) s.;

(a plant);

plant

Sum. lw.
short (canal), p[a 5].gud 4 .da = ku-ru-\l] p [a 5].s i g.g a = u-, mut-ta-a-r[u] Hh. XXII Section 8:17ff.

tj si-'-du : KU GI§ al-la-ka-nil powder(?) of Kanis oak CT 37 27 ii 25, and parallel Kocher Pflanzenkunde 28 ii 17; (j si-'-du : t MIN (= imhur-

sigmu see sikmi.

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sigulitu sigulitu see sikulittu. sihharru see sahharru. sihharu see sahharru. sihhu s.; (mng. unkn.); NA.* annurig[r] e buralli[a] ttili ussablil ina sih-hi §a NA 4 burall[i . . .] (see burallu)
ABL 570 r. 12, see Parpola LAS No. 253.

sihirtu sihirtu (sahartu) s.; 1. circumference, perimeter, (in adverbial use) around, 2. entirety; from OAkk. on; wr. syll. and
NIGIN;

cf. sahdru.

na 4 . HAR. U = e-ru-u qa-ti, MIN ha-ba-si= e-ru-u si-hir-ti kup-ri grinding slab set in bitumen Hg. B IV 127f., in MSL 10 34. kullatu, gimru, ka-a-lu, si-hir(var. -hi-ir)-tu = gabbu LTBA 2 1 v 19ff., var. and restoration

from dupl. 2:227ff.

sihhu see sahhu B. sihiltu s.; sahalu. pricking, sting; SB*; cf.

te = sahalum, [si] -hi-il-tum MSL 9 78:102-102a (OB list of diseases); gi§.IGI.Dtr.te.te = si-hi-ilti GI9.IGI.Dt (var. [sil-l]e-e), gi.te.te = MIN qdne-[e], gi..ra.ah = MIN i-si ibid. 103ff., var. from ibid. 97:219 (SB recension); [. . .] = [si]hi-il-t (preceded by sagiqqu, kannu] Practical Vocabulary Assur 1006.

1. circumference, perimeter, (in adverbial use) around - a) in gen.: A. A si-hi-ir-tiGAM akmurma GAM DAL GAM I added the area of the circle, the diameter of the circle, (and) the circumference of the circle CT 44 39:27-31 (OB math.),

u

cf., wr. NIGIN MDP 34 45 § 13:39, and passim in this text; si-hi-ir-ti amuti 1 Ktr 6 SU.SI

ema si-hi-il-ti-i tarakkassu you bandage him where he gets a stitch (lit. where his sting is) KAR 56 r. 8 (SB med.), cf. ana si-hi-il-ti GIDIM (incantation) against the sting of a ghost KAR 56 r. 1, cf. [si] -hi-il-ti dX Kraus Texte 40:4'; si-hi-ilti uzu ana biti §uati iakkan annoyance(?) will befall that house CT 38 47:41
(SB Alu), dupl., wr. [. . .]-X-GIM-ti CT 30 30 K.3:10.

the circumference of the liver is one cubit six fingers CT 20 44 i 58; gumma kakki §a pan amuti 'umma kakki §a NIGIN-ti amuti if the "weapon-marks" of the front of the liver or the "weapon-marks" of the circumference of the liver Boissier DA 212
r. 29, cf. CT 28 49 K.6231 r. 1 (all SB ext.); si-

sihiptu s.; (mng. uncert.); syll. and Sfi.S§i; cf. sahdpu.

SB*;

wr.

hi-ir-tu li-mi-tum randtemi - s. (or) limitu (in the protasis predicts) change of mood (in the apodosis) Meissner Supp. pl. 20 Rm. 131:9 (ext. comm.); igdr si-hi-ir-tiEmeslam u bitatilu 8a pani kisallu kima labirimma e§§i epu§ I rebuilt as they were of old the walls of the enceinte of the Emeslam temple and the buildings pertaining to it which faced the courtyard VAB 4 170
vii 56 (Nbk.), also 108 ii 53, 182 ii 48, PBS 15 79 ii 86, and passim in Nbk., also igdr si(!)hi-ir-tim Esagil VAB 4 216 ii 8 (Ner.), 232 i 34

a) in the names of illnesses: ana sihi-ip-ti Itar [. . .] [to heal?] (the illness "prostration(?) (caused by) Itar" AMT
18,8:1 and 3 (= Kocher BAM 582 ii 5 and 7);

(Nbn.); see also Hg., in lex. section. b) (in adverbial use with following genitive) around: ina miui MN UD.14.KAM sab nakrim mddumma 8a ana si-hi-ir-ti a-lim gu-ba-tim §u-8u-b[u] . . . itbznimma on the night of the 14th of Ajaru many enemy troops, who had been lying in ambush around the city, started an attack VAS 16 186:6 (OB let.); si-hir-ti 5li diul pagri~un I hung their corpses all around

Twin Gods

si-hi-ip-ti dMAS.TAB.BA it is the s. of the AMT 44,1 ii 10, cf. si-hi-[. .. ]

ibid. 4 (= Kocher BAM 580 iii 22 and 16);

AtJ.9f

agannutillU

(see agannutill usage b)

Labat TDP 112 i 20.

b) other occ.: (various kinds of dust) KI si-hi-ip-ti AB pa-gar-tirI.HI you mix with s. of a tethered(?) cow KBcher BAM
476:8.

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sihirtu the city OIP 2 32 iii 10 (Senn.), cf. si-hirti dli ualme ibid. 26 i 60, and Streck Asb. 82 ix 124; (various towns) adi alini 8a sihir-ti GN ... adi dalni 8a si-hir-ti-§i-nu including the towns around GN, including the towns in their vicinity Rost Tigl. III

sihirtu (I controlled) GN, GN (etc.), the entire vast 2
land of Subartu Weidner Tn. 11 No. 5:28, also 27 No. 16:37, 30 No. 17:30, cf. si-hir-ti mdtifu Lie Sar. 415, si-hi-ir-ti mat Kaldi ibid. 7, si-hi-ir-ti matatiunu AfO 20 94:110 (Senn.), s-i-hi-ir-ti ali8un Borger Esarh. 104

ii 11; si-hir(var. -hir)-ti mat Kaldi mal p. 20:128 and 129, see J. Lewy, Or. NS 21 420 lu abelma I ruled the whole n. 3; I cleared ground [s]i-hi-ir-ti siq= ba~2 ... qurrati §a Adad Weidner Tn. 9 No. 2:40, of the land of Kaldi, all of it there is cf. I put new plaster on the walls, the Winckler Sar. pl. 30 No. 64:21, 39:84, 40:24; towers si-hir-ti biti gabbu AfO 3 1:4 (Sar.); 3 durdniLunu rabdti ... u si-hir(var. -hir)si-hi-ir-ti ekalli d4tu nebehu padqu 8a surri uqni ulepilma ualmd kilili I had a frieze and battlements of obsidian and lapis lazuli (colored bricks) made all around that palace, surrounding (it) like a wreath
Borger Esarh. 62 vi 23; x iku

kimirti KISAL. [MEg] kilallan NIGIN-ti KA.MAH ... 6 KA.

ti alilu appul aqqur I razed to the ground their three great walls, as well as the whole of the city AKA 79 vi 12 (Tigl. I); nakru ina si-hi-ir-tialanijaURU.KI.KAL x the enemy will [. . .] a fortress among my cities KAR 426:14 (SB ext.); si-hir-ti
E.SAG.[fL] Bauer Asb. 1 pl. 57 81-2-4,212:12,

ME is the total (area) of the two courtyards, surrounded by(?) the High Gate (and five other named gates), six gates

(in all) TCL 6 32 § 3:12, cf. ibid. 15 (Esagila Tablet), see Weissbach, WVDOG 59 52; 15 KtT si-hir-ti KA.ME§ 8a bit Aja 16 KtJ KA.ME9 d si-hir-ti 8d KISAL 8a gama

I

15 cubits (is the height of) all(?) the gate buildings (?) of the temple ofAja, 16 cubits (is the height) of the gates around the buildings of the courtyard of §ama§ PSBA
33 pl. 21:12f., cf. ibid. 21 (NB).

t

cf. (in broken context) [.. .] u 8a sihi-ir-ti Esagil [...] nikarrar ABL 471:11 (NA); ekallati pdtina udlik asmed si-hir-ti ekalli ana tabrdt kiSSat ni'i ulld rei'a I made these palaces suitably beautiful, I built the entire palace to a height to be admired by all people OIP 2 111 vii 50 (Senn.); si-hi-ir-ti bitati . . suluilina abni OECT 1 pl. 27 iii 18 (Nbn.); ilani si-hi-ir-ti
bit akit VAB 4 260 ii 50 (Nbn.), cf. ildni gimir~unu a§ib si-hir-td akit ibid. 234 ii 29

2. entirety - a) in gen.: RN ... sihi-ir-ti isdri u muladlam §a Aiur ipu. RN built the entire isaru enclosure and the mugldlu of A99ur (replacing gimi<r>ti isdri
Belleten 14 224:12) AOB 1 14 No. 8b:12, also ibid. 16 Nos. 8c-e (all Irigum I); naphar 87 a si-hi-ir-ti DINGIR.ME§ UDU.HI.A

niqm ina Mari a total of 87 sheep for all the temples, the sacrifice in Mari (on a given date) Studia Mariana p. 43:28; (in those days I captured) si-hir(var. -hiir) -ti Kaliari adi Eluhat the whole of the Kadiari region up to the city of Eluhat
AOB 1 118 iii 2 (Shalm. I), ibid. 60:12 (Adn. I), also Weidner Tn. 8 No. 2:26, cf. ibid. 2 No. 1 ii 16, cf. si-hir-ti matiu umelir ibid. 4 No. 1 iv 9; GN GN 2 . .. si-hir-ti mat ubariDAGAL-ta

(coll.); ilani si-hir-ti [. . .] (in broken context) BA 5 650 No. 15:7 (hymn to I~tar); let my lord send me sabam si-hi-ir-tibab ekal: lim all the men in the palace quarter (so that I can pluck the sheep) ARMT 13 30:17; (rations for over six hundred men) ERfN si-hi-ir-ti ekallim Riftin 116:6 (OB); si-hir-ti ummdni mala bai2 muttab= bilut ekalluS uesdmma gallatiS amnu I brought forth as booty all the skilled personnel, as many of them as there were, those serving in his palace OIP 2 24 i 33 (Senn.), also 52:33, 56:9; ER. EM.MA ana A§8ur ina bit Dagan NIGIN-ti ilani AJSL
42 126:32 (SB lit.).

b) (in adverbial use) - 1' ana sihirti with pron. suffix: SU.NIGIN 6 ma-td-t[im. KI] a-sd-ha-ar-t[i-li-na] in all, six coun-

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sihirtu tries in their entirety AfO 19 9 v 23 (OAkk.), see ibid. p. 22; in lieu of interest PN holds [a]darSu ana si-hi-ir-ti-4a his entire threshing floor Jankowska, VDI 1962/2 72:8
(MA), see Or. NS 35 275, Or. NS 36 334; the

sihlu is completely surrounded by "weaponmarks" TCL 6 1:36, cf. ibid. r. 1, 46, and 51, dupl. CT 30 31 Rm. 153:9, cf. also King Chron. 2

129:1 and 4 (all SB ext.); I received tribute from §arrdniSa GN ana si-hir-ti-Su-nu the
kings of GN, all of them AKA 286 i 94, cf.
AKA 309 ii 46, and passim in Asn., also 3R 7 ii 20

temple of A99ur

ana si-hir-ti-§u unekkir

I removed entirely AOB 1 130 No. 3:14, cf. ibid. 122 iv 9, 126 No. 2:13, etc. (Shalm. I), also AfO 18 351:53 (Tigl. I); bzta ana NIGIN-ti-Su

(Shalm. III), cf. ilani rabziti ana NIGIN-tii-nu Unger Bel-ha